CHARLOTTE Hawkins switched up her look away from the Good Morning Britain set.
The Good Morning Britain presenter typically shares the spotlight with the show’s co-anchors Piers Morgan, 53, and Susanna Reid, 47.
But Charlotte Hawkins was front and centre when she made a solo appearance at Global’s Make Some Noise charity appeal day.
While fans are used to seeing the 43-year-old in demure dresses, the mum-of-one unveiled her off-duty look.
Embracing her inner rock chick, Charlotte donned petrol blue leather skinny trousers, which clung to her toned legs.
With her sculpted lower body on display, Hawkins added a pop of colour by wearing a hot pink, cut-out jumper.
Giving herself a little help in the height department, she donned high-heeled burgundy boots.
Having styled her shoulder-length golden locks in curls, Charlotte flashed a friendly smile to the camera.
She completed her look with nude-toned face makeup and lashings of black mascara.
“I can’t claim to be a fitness freak, but I make sure I exercise regularly”
More than getting into the spirit of the event, aimed to raise money for disadvantaged children, Charlotte dressed up for a wacky photo.
Having seemingly raided a nearby costume box, she donned a tiara, a pink feather boa and an orange tutu, all while holding an inflatable pink guitar.
Retweeting a snap of her outlandish look to her 171K Twitter followers, Charlotte quipped: “I might just wear this outfit home,” alongside two laughing faces.
Earlier this week, the GMB starlet was unveiled as Health & Wellbeing magazine’s newest columnist.
In a message shared with her 89.8k Instagram followers, Charlotte said: “Keeping active and eating the right foods makes a massive difference for me.
“I can’t claim to be a fitness freak, but I make sure I exercise and get moving regularly…
“It not only helps to keep me in shape, but helps my energy levels, keeps my brain alert and makes me feel happy.”
Revealing she makes an effort to workout whenever she can, Charlotte added: “Fit exercise in around your daily life and it won’t feel like a chore. Get moving and see the difference.”