COUNTDOWN'S Rachel Riley was left red-faced after spotting a very rude word on the Countdown board today.
The 35-year-old presenter could barely contain her laughter when a guest spelled out "crapped" on the board.
Rachel was seen stifling a laugh as host Nick Hewer and human dictionary Susie Dent ignored the cheeky word and carried on with the show.
The contestant who served up the naughty word was at first hesitant and asked: "Can you have crapped?"
TV favourite Susie explained that it was allowed and celebrity guest Rufus Hound also suggested the words "priced and ripped" could be used.
Ever the consummate professional, Rachel managed to keep a straight face and got on with the show.
The Strictly Come Dancing star showed off her growing baby bump in a stylish patterned blue summer dress.
The maths whizz, who already has a daughter called Maven with Strictly star Pasha Kovalev, announced she was expecting again with a special teaser on Instagram in April.
After announcing her joyful news, the Countdown star took to Twitter to share two glowing pictures of her and her bump filming the Channel 4 show.
One photo saw her looking glamorous in a red dress while in the other picture she was effortlessly chic in blue watercolour print dress.
Captioning the shots, she penned: "Nice being able to breathe again at work, no more stomach holding in, phew!"
She wrote beside a picture of her holding her tummy in a floral dress: "A special teatime teaser! 🤗
"And your clue is… Riley had this to thank for the reason her clothes no longer fit her…
"And it’ll only get worse till Autumn! 😉🌈👶🏻
Happy, happy days for our little family @pashakovalev and future big sister Mave."
Rachel's first child Maven was born in 2019, the same year she wed dancer Pasha in a secret ceremony in Las Vegas.
The pair were partnered together on the 11th series of Strictly in 2013 and have been dating since 2014.
During the first lockdown, the pair were joined at home by Pasha's mum, and relished the extra time they were able to spend together as a family.
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