This Morning stars Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary were left in hysterics after Alison couldn't bite into her toffee apple on air, which led to a cheeky innuendo from her co-host.
On Friday's programme, the pair hosted the show and had fans laughing along with them as they tucked into baker Jane Dunn's bonfire-themed sweet treats.
As Alison tried to chomp on a decorated toffee apple, she said: "Ah, it's so hard, I can't bite it. Maybe my teeth aren't strong enough."
To which Dermot then asked: "Have you got anything for Alison to suck on?"
The pair were left laughing and being distracted from Jane's tutorial, with Dermot asking her to repeat her instructions once more.
Once they returned from the break, Alison jokingly said that after the selection of sweet treats she was "so high on sugar" and "absolutely buzzing with a headache and everything".
This comes after the duo discussed the new Spencer film which was based on the royal family and Princess Diana's demise.
Earlier on the programme, the hosting duo also welcomed royal reporter Camilla Tominey and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth to discuss the new royal film titled Spencer.
Alison continued: "I kind of wish they wouldn't use Diana's names. I kind of wish they would have made a different sort of name. Will you be watching it, Camilla?"
To which Camilla replied: "I sometimes avoid this kind of stuff… having said that I'm all for freedom of speech and expression.
"I think Kristen Stewart's done an absolutely sterling job but people just need to take it with a pinch of salt.
In the film, American actress Kristen Stewart plays Princess Diana, and it shows scenes of her in turmoil and committing gory self-harm acts – which is fictionalised.
During the conversation, Alison said she felt the film was "distasteful" for using Diana's real name in the film, despite having some made-up scenes.
"But there's something slightly uncomfortable isn't there and grizzly about sort of mourning what was an awful, long difficult period for her and other people's mental health into this kind of, sort of drama and popcorn fest."
The panel also went on to explain that they felt it was unfair on Diana's two sons Prince William and Prince Harry for having to deal with the uproar of the release.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV
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