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As the breakfast news programme aired, viewers were left puzzled as the camera would cut to a black screen with an assortment of notes popping up on it.
And it seems Kate was behind the blunders, as her co-stars revealed – watch the video below.
Addressing the problems, Kate’s cheeky co-host Ben Shephard told viewers: “We have an issue - Kate, have you been in the gallery?”
Perplexed, Kate replied: “What, because something’s going wrong?”
Ben then revealed: “Well, you spilt something and our mixing desk keeps getting stuck. Every now and again, strange things keep appearing on the screen. It could keep happening throughout this morning's show.”
It then transpired that Kate had previously spilt a large coffee while up in the gallery, which could have resulted in the somewhat bizarre cuts during the programme.
“Kate's spilt coffee on the vision mixing desk, which is a desk that swaps between all of the cameras,” Ben joked. “It's going to be thoroughly entertaining.”
Kate laughed off the incident, but chipped in about a time where she accidentally caused havoc at another studio.
“Before I started work at Smooth Radio - I went for a bit of training on how to drive the mixing desk and then I swept my hand across in enthusiasm,” she explained.
“I was on my own in the studio and poured an entire double latte with vanilla in the mixing desk.”
Kate was so red-faced by her blunder, she admitted that she tried to cover up the extent of the damage she’d done.
“I just panicked because I didn't know them very well and I said, 'I might have spilt a little bit of something on the desk but it seems fine,’ she said. “Anyway, it destroyed the entire studio and they got the security cameras, which I didn't know existed, and they were able to see.
“They walked in and said, 'A tiny bit of coffee?!' And the boss still says to me, 'You cost me the price of a small family car before you even started!'”
Keep the coffees away from Kate…
Good Morning Britain continues weekday mornings on ITV.