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Penny Lancaster: Loose Women's Charlene White apologises to Rod Stewart's wife for error


Loose Women viewers were left shocked after Charlene White called Penny Lancaster, 49, by the wrong name in yesterday’s show. Rod Stewart’s wife was on the programme for a discussion about breastfeeding, and took the mistake well.

During the Monday instalment, the panellists were discussing breastfeeding and how openly women should talk about it.

Penny was brought in to debate the topic after the show broadcast a controversial advert.

However, show host Charlene accidentally called her Kimberly during the interview segment.

She seemed to mix the star up with her husband Sir Rod’s daughter Kimberly Stewart.

Kimberly, 41, is his daughter with ex-wife Alana Stewart and is a television personality in her own right.

During the show, Charlene said: “Well what was it like for you, Kimberly? When you watched this, did it elicit any emotions within you?”

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“I kid you not. I mean I’ll tell you all my story later but honestly, I did find that advert quite traumatic to watch.”

Penny joined the Loose Women team back in 2014 and has appeared frequently on the show.

The model and television personality has been married to rocker Sir Rod, 76, since 2007.

Together they have two children, Alastair Wallace Stewart, born in 2005, and Aiden Patrick Stewart, born in 2011.

Penny has always been open about raising children on the programme, including speaking about the Cry it out (CIO) method on the panel last week.

During Thursday’s show, she told her fellow panellists about some advice her paediatrician gave her.

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She said: “He gave me advice with the baby like, ‘You’re just going to have to let him cry.

“‘Because he cries and he knows that you will appear, you will provide lovely warm sweet milk, so of course, he is going to cry out for that every single night.

“‘So if you don’t run to him when he starts crying, he will be like, oh, it’s not going to happen anymore.’

“And sure enough, although it was two nights of hell, he stopped waking up.

“So our paediatrician really did know what he was talking about.”

Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV from 12.30pm.





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