In scenes straight out of the ‘Holly and Phil guide to live TV innuendo’, Alex was reduced to a giggling mess during a chat with guest Katie Derham about this year’s BBC Proms (stay with us).
As this year marks the 85th birthday of composer John Williams, one of his most well-known compositions, the theme from ‘Indiana Jones’, played in the background.
This prompted Alex to demand that Matt should “get his whip out”.
Cue a lot of embarrassed giggles, before Alex added: “Later...”
Matt then got into the spirit of things and chipped in: “Come on, let’s crack on,” while making whip noises.
Earlier this month, Alex opened up about her recent maternity leave, revealing that the BBC’s ‘The Replacement’ echoed her own personal fears.
The three-part drama, which aired earlier this year, saw a woman who was on maternity leave plagued with paranoia about the sinister woman covering for her.
While being interviewed by You magazine, Alex was asked about whether show had ‘The Replacement’-style fears, and she replied: “Of course! I’d be lying to say I didn’t feel any paranoia when I first left the show, but then you get over it because you realise there’s nothing you can do about it.”
Alex added that BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth had some good advice, telling her not to watch the programme.