CNN's Chris Cuomo has surprised fans after accidentally appearing naked in his wife's live-streamed yoga class.
The American journalist appears on CNN every night hosting his news analysis show Cuomo Prime Time, but it seems he revealed more than he intended one morning.
The 49-year-old, who has been isolating in the Hamptons and shooting his nightly show in his basement, appeared in the background of wife Cristina Greeven Cuomo's Instagram Live in late May.
The very fit presenter walked into the backyard of his home, apparently not realising Cristina was filming a live video for her 123,000 Instagram followers.
Thankfully, Chris was partially blocked by a column.
Cristina didn't seem to notice her naked husband in the video at the time, however, the video was deleted soon after going live.
This didn't stop social media from going nuts over the incident.
One person wrote, "First he exposed his family to COVID, now he's just exposing himself."
Another joked, "I think it's time to subscribe to Mrs. Cuomo’s yoga video classes. Naked Chris Cuomo is never a bad thing. Thanks for letting us in on the treat."
Chris tested positive for coronavirus in March with both Cristina and their son Mario, 14, also contracting the virus. His co-worker Brook Baldwin also caught the virus.
In an Instagram video in April, Chris was filmed reuniting with his family after being quarantined in his basement.
"This is the dream. Just to be back up here doing normal things," he said. Last month, however, Chris reported that he was still not feeling "100 per cent".
"I still have weird stuff going on with my lungs," he told his viewers.
Cristina, meanwhile, was recently slammed for telling followers of her blog The Purist to bathe in half a cup of Clorox bleach twice a week to boost immunity.
Speaking to People Magazine after the post went viral, she said, "There's a huge opposition against holistic medicine, I get that. We are all trying to find tools to help beat this.
"The fact is, there are no standardized treatments for this virus. My hope is to share information and alternatives that many might not have access to and are interested in hearing about."
According to Daily Mail, the since-deleted blog post incorrectly said that bleach is "technically salt" and she claimed she used it to "combat the radiation and metals in my system".
Clorox, however, specifically advises people to avoid contact with skin.
It came just days before President Donald Trump incorrectly suggested cleaning agents be injected into the body as a coronavirus cure.
Neither Chris nor his wife have addressed the cheeky video.
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