Lizzie Cundy was left red-faced during her Talk TV show with Ash Gould on Sunday after she fell to the ground and under the desk.
The socialite, 54, could be seen standing up while Ash explained to viewers they were adjusting the height of her chair.
Co-host Chuck Thomas then appeared on screen to the side of Lizzie and whipped her black office seat out from behind her.
Unaware the seating had been wheeled away, she went to sit down and plummeted to the ground.
Her leg could be seen flying in the air as she hit the floor with a thud, before the WAG burst into laughter.
Oops! Lizzie Cundy was left red-faced during her Talk TV show with Ash Gould on Sunday after she fell to the ground and under the desk
Fixing up: The socialite, 54, could be seen standing up while Ash explained to viewers they were adjusting the height of her chair
Lizzie exclaimed: ‘I thought you were there! I can’t believe you did that to me Chuck!’
Chuck hit back: ‘I was lifting your chair up, Lizzie!’
It comes after Lizzie revealed she’d bagged a Hollywood movie role as a ‘feisty’ Burlesque club owner.
The psychological thriller will see her work alongside Game Of Thrones and Westworld director Neil Marshall, 52.
With filming on Compulsion set to begin next month in Malta, Oceans 8 star Charlotte Kirk, 30, is taking the lead role while directing too, having co-written the film alongside her fiancé Neil.
Lizzie exclusively told MailOnline: ‘I’ve been offered this new role and I’m absolutely thrilled! I’m going back to my acting roots, which is my first love since a child.
‘I did WAG! The Musical in the West End, which I adored, and this new movie part is just made for me so I thought why not?
‘Life is for living and I want to do everything in life and live life to the full. It’s an exciting, feisty role, very much like my real self.’
Helping hand: Co-host Chuck Thomas then appeared on screen to the side of Lizzie and whipped her black office seat out from behind her
Plummet: Unaware the seating had been wheeled away, she went to sit down and plummeted to the ground
Head over heels: Her leg could be seen flying in the air as she hit the floor with a thud, before the WAG burst into laughter
Lizzie – who had a role in 2002’s Die Another Day – concluded: ‘Can’t wait to get on set… Move over Dame Helen Mirren!’
Although known for her presenting and modelling, Lizzie is a trained actress, having studied at London’s Central School of Speech and Drama.
WAG! The Musical told the story of two working class girls, who worked at a cosmetics counter in an upmarket department store.
One of their customers was Lizzie’s character Zoe, who had designed on department store manager Mr Frank, played by Olivier-winning actor Tim Flavin.
The production, written by Belvedere Pashun and directed by Alison Pollard, opened at the Charing Cross Theatre in 2013.
Charlotte has previously appeared in 2016’s How To Be Single, masterminded 2020’s The Reckoning and is the recipient of two Global Independent Film Awards.
‘Move over, Helen Mirren!’ Lizzie Cundy has been cast in a brand new Hollywood movie, she has exclusively revealed to MailOnline (pictured on Monday)
She gushed about the announcement: ‘Compulsion is my fourth feature film collaboration with Neil. We work well together and make great movies winning countless awards.
‘The Reckoning was critically-acclaimed and Duchess, a gritty gangster movie, is now in post production and will be hitting the cinema screens later this year.
‘Compulsion is a dark psychological thriller featuring two female protagonists. It will certainly keep you on the edge of your seat!
‘I play Kimberly Diana – this is a hot steamy thriller – action packed and full of twists and turns not just in the bedroom.
‘Lizzie is going to do an amazing job, playing the owner of the Burlesque club. She’s got legs that go on forever to start with – and she can act! The part was made for her.
‘This movie certainly has undertones of Alfred Hitchcock running through its veins, with a nod to the classic 80s erotic thrillers, Fatal Attraction and Basic Instinct.
‘Watch out for our famous face… a blonde bombshell has been cast and she’s going to make Sharon’s iconic scene look tame!’