GOOD Morning Britain host Ben Shephard revealed his wife straddles him when she cuts his hair.
Cheeky Ben was branded a "sexy thing" by viewers on Twitter after his thrilling confession.
Ben admitted getting his hair cut during lockdown has been more 'fun' since wife Annie took up the challenge after barbers were forced to shut.
The Good Morning Britain star was complimented on his tidy look by co-host Ranvir Singh today and he said Annie bravely set to work on his mop of unruly hair.
Painting a picture of Annie climbing over him as she trimmed his locks, he said: "We went for the trim yesterday, Mrs S does panic whenever she's doing it. She says she's feeling so sick when she knows I'm coming on here and everyone will judge it.
"She actually straddles me and I say 'this is much more fun than my usual (barber)'"
Ben unknowingly gave viewers a thrill with his comment, with one writing on Twitter: "Ben being straddled by your wife..not sure I want to hear about your private life this early.. ooh ben yousexy thing !!#gmb"
The star spends quality time with his wife and boys in their beautiful house and its glorious garden.
Ben, 45, and wife Annie Perks got married in 2004, and together they have two children, sons Jack, 14 and Sam, 13.
The doting dad often posts heartwarming snaps with his kids, revealing their incredible home and outdoor space.
Ben's den has an open plan feel with plenty of cosy features contrasted against blue and white walls, brocade wall paper and patterned cushions.
His living room boasts a tiled floor, a fire place with exposed brick, bright upholstered furniture and an oak topped dining table.
One impressive feature is the family's fire pit that sits on his patio and is constructed from a huge bronze dome.
It makes for the perfect excuse to have a barbecue on warmer days and Ben can be seen cooking sausages with his boys in one sweet snap.
Photos on his Instagram page also highlight their luscious garden where they can relax, with its array of trees, bushes and flower beds.
The TV presenter and game show host keeps their outdoors in tip-top shape.
As well as GMB, Ben is most known for his shows Tipping Point and Ninja Warrior UK.
He has also been the face of The Xtra Factor and What's Cooking.
Ben has also featured on the radio, hosting a Saturday breakfast slot on Magic 105.4 in 2006 and a Monday evening slot on Heat Radio in 2008.
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