BBC Breakfast fans were pleasantly surprised as news reporter Emma Vardy posed in a sexy Santa costume for Christmas.
The Beeb's Ireland correspondent wowed in a low-cut red dress complete with fur lining, a black belt and a hood.
The Irish reporter donned the outfit as she delivered presents to family members who were isolating with Covid.
Playing Santa for the day, Emma left the gifts on the doorstep in a sweet gesture.
Posing in front of a Christmas tree at home in Belfast, Emma beamed at the camera while holding a glass of bubbly in one hand.
Completing her look with some festive bow earrings, the Ireland correspondent wrote: "Merry Christmas Belfast.
"Been out delivering pressies on the doorstep to family members struck down by Covid – so couldn’t resist a wee outfit.
"Hope everyone’s having a great day."
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Emma's fans were delighted with the stunning photo and Emma's kind deed.
One wrote: "Nice one Miss Claus."
Another posted: "Merry Christmas Emma .. looking fantastic .. all the best to you and your family."
Earlier this year, BBC bosses ordered Emma to remove a sexy spoof music video she made to raise cash for coronavirus workers.
The Beeb’s award-winning correspondent, 39, writhed in bed with her boyfriend Aaron Adams during the footage.
Other scenes featured her boyfriend’s pals recreating scenes from Queen’s I Want To Break Free video.
Emma pretended to have sex with her man while lip-syncing lyrics of the Freddie Mercury classic.
Aaron posted it on his Twitter under his hand @Mr_Bumcheeks – with the message: “So here it is. Four weeks of lockdown… no football…and this is what happens.”
Cash raised by the clip will go to the staff, patients and volunteers caught up in the coronavirus crisis.
The BBC realised the video was fun but claimed Emma had overstepped the line.
Despite it being for a good cause, bosses ordered Emma to remove her skit — launched on Twitter — and sent warning emails to newsrooms.
Respected journalist Emma is known for confronting politicians linked to the New IRA.
The BBC said: “Emma accepts it was inappropriate and removed the clip."
"It was intended to be lighthearted.”
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