Martine McCutcheon was VERY giggly on Saturday Kitchen

Joe Anderton
Photo credit: BBC

From Digital Spy

Former 'Tummy Loving Care' advertisement person and 'Perfect Moment' hitmaker Martine McCutcheon was on this morning's (March 11) Saturday Kitchen and she made quite the impression.

That is, viewers thought she seemed to be a bit tipsy, is what we're saying.

Sitting down with chefs Paul Askew and Nigel Haworth and (adorably cute) host Donal Skehan, Martine seemed to enjoy some fancy breakfast wine.

Martine giggled as the chefs described the dishes they planned to make, and as soon as the word 'cockles' was mentioned, she was off.

Photo credit: BBC

You can watch the whole thing on iPlayer or a short clip on OK!'s website.

Viewers seemed to find her antics very enjoyable, and felt bad for her when she had to endure her food hell.

And while we're not saying Martine was definitely a little bit tiddly, let's be honest, who isn't still drunk on a Saturday morning?

Here's the best of what viewers had to say:

But the tweet of the day goes to:

And hey, at least Martine got to enjoy her food heaven eventually:

Martine McCutcheon will be reprising her role as Natalie from Love Actually for a Red Nose Day sketch entitled... Red Nose Day Actually.

We don't completely know what to expect, except that Martine hopes Natalie and Prime Minister David (Hugh Grant) will have a couple of kids to look after as well as running the country.

The Love Actually sketch will be broadcast as part of Red Nose Day 2017 on Friday, March 24 on BBC One.

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