Christine took the unpleasant interruption very well (Picture: Instagram/mrscmcguinness)
TV personality Christine McGuinness has taken it in good spirits after a duck rudely, and very dramatically, interrupted a photoshoot by evacuating its bowels right as she documented their interaction.
The 33-year-old, who is married to presenter Paddy McGuinness, 47, was wearing a black lace bodysuit and a pair of vertiginous strappy wedges as she took a break from modelling to feed the duck that had appeared next to her outdoors set-up.
As the bird wandered off, Christine tossed a little bit of white bread towards it, which tempted the duck back quickly to grab and eat one of the pieces.
However, as the model crouched down to address the camera, she was rudely interrupted and upstaged by the duck.
‘I was literally just doing some adverts,’ Christine began before the bird turned its rear feathered end towards the camera and announced its bowel movement with a very loud noise for such a small animal.
Causing the mum of three to turn her head and investigate what was going on, she saw the mess the duck had left in the background of her shot and burst into laughter, exclaiming: ‘Oh my God! What the f***ing hell?!’
It started off totally innocently, with Christine feeding the duck (Picture: Instagram/mrscmcguinness)
Still nothing untoward, as Christine crouches down towards the duck (Picture: Instagram/mrscmcguinness)
The moment the duck left its ‘gift’ (Picture: Instagram/mrscmcguinness)
She clearly took the rude interruption very well though, sharing the footage on both her Instagram grid and Stories, advising her followers to have their sound on, with a rolling on floor laughing emoji.
‘Dirty ducker ??’, she captioned it.
Christine also edited in a little slow-mo replay of the exact pooing moment into her clip, so her followers could, um, enjoy the situation in its full glory.
She then followed up on her Stories with dramatic footage of an indoor leak, where brown water can be seen gushing uncontrollably from a burst pipe, adding a duck GIF to the video to make the connection clear.
You can’t say she doesn’t have a sense of humour!
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star and her husband Paddy will also be seen on our screens in the future hosting a documentary about the challenges of raising children with autism.
Autism and our Family, a BBC programme, will see the couple share their experiences with viewers and is set to film later this year.
Their children, twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and four-year-old Felicity, have all been diagnosed as autistic, and Christine often shares insights into her parenting challenges on social media.