ITV Loose Women fans urge Linda Robson to 'see her GP' after holiday accident
Loose Women viewers were left concerned after Linda Robson discussed an accident she had on holiday.
The panellist, 63, opened up about how she wet herself on a recent trip away.
The former Birds of a Feather star was discussing the incident which happened in Portugal on Tuesday's edition of the hit ITV daytime show.
She said: "I've been to Portugal, with my friend Lesley Joseph. We did parasailing, go-karts, cooking and swimming. We did everything.
"And we did a water park, it was so lovely just getting away from you lot! It's for a show that's coming early next year. It was 19 days away."
She then admitted: "I had a bit of an accident.
"We all got on a rubber dingy down a water slide. When it got to the top of the wall, I couldn’t hold on any longer and so when we got to the bottom the dingy landed on top of me along with three other people.
"I actually wet myself!"
Her announcement had viewers rushing to Twitter to share their concern. One fan wrote: "Why does Linda keep telling people she wets herself? She needs to see the GP #LooseWomen."
Another commented: "She seems to think it's hilarious."
A third penned: "She thinks she’s hilarious. Just messy."
It's not the first time the actress has been open and honest on the show. In July she claimed she forgot about her contraceptive coil and left it in for 25 years.
She admitted she had to go through a painful procedure to remove the device after it became embedded in her body.
"I just forgot," she explained.
"I went to the hospital, the gynaecologist was trying to get rid of the coil, they were digging away... he did it twice and said, 'You'll have to come back and have a procedure."
"Third time, it really hurt," she continued, "but he got it and I was just so relieved I didn't have to have a procedure done. I think a lot of people forget they have the coil."
She has also recently opened up about how her return to the talk show during lockdown saved her from rock bottom.
Speaking in August, she told the Daily Star: "During the first couple of weeks of lockdown, I was so depressed.
"I was stuck indoors, I couldn't go and see my grandchildren. My sister and my niece both had breast cancer and I couldn't even go to see them.
"But then we went back to work on the show five weeks after the first lockdown and that was our saving grace. Loose Women has helped me through some really tough times."
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