Kate Lawler sticks sanitary towels to face after forgetting mask

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Kate Lawler resorted to sticking sanitary towels over her nose and mouth. (PA)

Kate Lawler resorted to sticking sanitary towels on her face after forgetting her face mask on public transport.

The former Big Brother winner and radio DJ shared a video of herself riding on a train with the feminine hygiene products stuck over her nose and mouth on Instagram.

Lawler, 41, said: "If you’d have told me in January 2020 that in two years from now, I’d stick two sanitary towels on my face to create a makeshift mask while on the train, I’d have thought you were drunk."

She added: "Forgot my face mask but found two sanitary towels in my backpack. Don't judge. It's this or Omicron."

Due to the high rates of coronavirus in the UK and the spread of the Omicron variant it is currently a legal requirement to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth when using public transport.

Read more: Kate Lawler reveals hospital dash with newborn over breathing difficulties

Offenders found not wearing a face covering by the police or Transport for London (TfL) officers face a fine of £200.

Lawler lives in London and currently presents Virgin Radio's Drivetime slot.

The reality star welcomed baby daughter Noa in February last year.

Kate Lawler and fiance Martin. (Getty Images)
Kate Lawler and fiance Martin. (Getty Images)

Noa was born 11 days early but was revealed to be "happy and healthy" following a complication during her birth.

Lawler had previously publicly admitted she had not been sure if she wanted to become a mother in her podcast Maybe Baby.

She told Hello magazine: "I turned 40 in May and suddenly I felt grown up and like I was ready for something and I didn't know what it was."

Read more: Big Brother star Kate Lawler welcomes baby girl after 'complication'

Lawler had been dating partner Martin for eight years when he proposed in 2018.

They had been due to tie the knot last year but were forced to postpone their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic, so they decided to have a baby in the meantime.

Watch: Kate Lawler shared her motherhood journey on MTV

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