Dan Walker uses Prince Harry photo to highlight awkwardness after major text fail

Dan Walker reveals technique to keep his tie straight

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.You can unsubscribe at any time.

BBC Breakfast Dan Walker, 43, used a snap of Prince Harry, 36, looking embarrassed to represent his awkwardness, after sending a text which said “I uterus you” instead of “I trust you”. The presenter discussed the mishap on his Instagram and Twitter pages.

In view of his 168,000 followers, he wrote: “Instead of texting someone, ‘I trust you’ I have just sent ‘I uterus you’.

“On an awkwardness scale of 1-100 where are you putting this?”

Many of his fans shared their thoughts on his post.

One joked: “To womb did you send it??”

“100 + 1,” a second added of the awkward moment.

“Depends who you are sending it to,” a third wrote, alongside multiple crying with laughter emojis.

A fourth commented: “Definitely up at the top of awkwardness!”

Dan also shared the post in view of his 684,000 fans on the micro-blogging site.

Sports presenter Manish Bhasin joked: “I uterus you apologised?”

“Thank you for your cervix,” Dan replied alongside a grimacing face emoji.

It’s not the first time Dan has joked about a mishap of his online.

Last year, he wrote “aisle” incorrectly in a Twitter post.

Louise Minchin bids farewell to colleague ‘who always cheered me up’ [REVEALED]
Lord Sugar blasts ‘nodding puppy’ Susanna and ‘spiteful p***k’ Piers [TWITTER]
Jeremy Clarkson: Top Gear host talks regret over ‘worst’ car decision [ADMISSION]

The father-of-three shared a picture of himself with darts world champion John ‘Boy’ Walton in his local shop.

He commented: “What a treat to bump into 2001 darts World Champion John ‘Boy’ Walton – who is working at our local @coop_food in Sheffield.

“Lovely chat in the home baking and canned fish isle #CottonEyeJoe #Arrars @BDOdarts @OfficialPDC.”(sic)

Fans pointed out that he had used the wrong spelling in the post.

Journalist Hamish Arnold retweeted Dan’s post and replied: “Isle”, alongside a see-no-evil monkey emoji.

Acknowledging his mishap, he wrote back: “I’ve just spotted that… unbelievable.”

Dan followed up his post writing: “By the way… where did ‘isle’ come from? Sorry – AISLE [crying with laughter emoji].”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.

Source: Read Full Article