Denise Welch's fans couldn't contain their laughter as she shared a picture of her unfortunate x-rated ensemble on Friday.
The Loose Women star smirked as she revealed that her husband Lincoln Townley had spotted a rather naughty image in the pattern on her green colour block top, and asked fans if they could see it too.
"I just see a nice pattern. @LincolnTownley sees something else!!!," Denise wrote on Twitter, alongside three aubergine emojis.
In the hilarious picture, Lincoln stands behind his wife and points and the phallic shaped pattern with a wide eyed expression.
And it didn't take long for Denise's followers to flock and comment in agreement.
Andrea McLean replied with an awkward looking emoji, making light of the accidental faux pas, while Dancing On Ice skater Matt Evers simply wrote: "Bahahahahahahaha".
"That's a bigun!!!" another follower jested.
As a fourth chipped in: "So funny you can't unsee that now".
However, others thought that Lincoln was simply being inappropriate.
"That's typical of a man's mind," one replied.
Denise has amassed a big following on social media down to her hilarious posts with Lincoln, also often sharing sassy videos in which she poses in skimpy bikinis.
The videos, filmed by her hubby, see her looking sensational in her swimwear as she larks about cracking jokes.
In one video, Denise pretended to be on the phone to an LA record company who want her to release a rap single before her phone hilariously rings to expose her 'lie'.
In others, she walked around her holiday villa with her carrier bags in her hands, did her best catwalk strut and jokingly announced she didn't know her husband was filming her.
And while the videos are a lot of fun – and show off Denise's incredible figure – there's actually a really touching reason behind her posting them.
Speaking exclusively to Mirror Online at the British LGBT Awards, the 60-year-old revealed that it was all thanks to weight loss programme Lighterlife.
"I've got more attention from those videos than I've got for any TV show I've ever done in my 60 years," she said.
"I have been on quite a journey and I've been sober seven years and I was very quick to realise that I was in a place where I started to replace alcohol addiction with food addiction and I was lucky enough that Lighterlife came to me."
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