Good Morning Britain'sSusanna Reid was left red-faced after spilling her drink while in a debate about Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex has now conducted a new interview with chat show host Ellen DeGeneres, with critics slamming her for wanting media attention – after leaving the royal family to escape it.
On Thursday's programme, host Susanna stated: "She's becoming harder and harder to defend – their explanation is they didn't want the kind of media coverage they were getting – the endlessly critical coverage they were getting and the undertone Harry and Meghan said there was around it.
"They wanted to almost take back control, didn't they?"
Moments later, Susanna gasped: "I have just split an entire glass of water in my attempt to defend Meghan and her endless interview as she argues for privacy."
"As she spills the tea, I spill the water."
Charlotte Hawkins then chimed in to say: "Chaos in the studio!"
Co-host Ben Shephard then piped up and said: "Don't worry Katie is here to mop it up."
The show then went to a quick break, but upon returning Ben grassed Susanna up for not helping with the cleanup.
Ben stated that Katie – a behind the scenes GMB member of staff – was the hero of the day, with Susanna not even getting out of her seat to help clean up the spillage.
Susanna then shouted: "I helped but she told me to sit back down again!"
This comes after the GMB panel chatted about Meghan Markle, with guest journalist Quentin Letts hitting out at her for being "a jobbing actress" still.
The former actress turned royal was a guest on American chat show host Ellen DeGeneres' show, where she discussed her rise to fame during her acting days.
Chatting about the latest interview, hosts Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard talked with Quentin Letts about the Duchess of Sussex.
The panel on Thursday's show discussed the new interview, with none of them looking very impressed on Meghan's latest antics.
Quentin said: "As far as I'm concerned this is a TV interview where she is describing her days as a jobbing actress, she still is, let's not delude ourselves."
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