By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Webbed wonder: Christine Bleakley made a sartorial nod to Halloween in a cobweb style knit
It may not be a pumpkin outfit. But it seems Christine Bleakley was still determined to get into the spirit of Halloween.
The Daybreak presenter made a sartorial nod to the fun holiday with a cobweb style jumper.
Maybe the 31-year-old wasn't keen to go the whole hog with a garish party outfit but it looked as if the grey sweater was a tongue in cheeky nod to the weekend's big celebration.
Christine was seen leaving a West London restaurant with a gaggle of girlfriends following a lunch date.
And she kept her new favourite camel coloured coat firmly in front of the holey top, as she was wearing only a skimpy vest underneath and perhaps feared she might reveal too much.
Christine has recently been fielding unconfirmed rumours of a wedding proposal from footballer boyfriend Frank Lampard.
Cover-up: Christine clutched her coat to her chest perhaps fearing she might expose too much in her webbed top
There was even talk that he might propose on her show Daybreak. But considering the poor ratings, that may not be quite the place for such happy news.
Ratings for show hit a new low with ust 530,000 viewers tuning into ITV1’s troubled breakfast show – a third of the audience for BBC rival, Breakfast.
It is also a drop of 200,000 on its predecessor GMTV, which ITV bosses axed in a bid to bring audiences back to its breakfast programming.
Downturn: Just 530,000 viewers are tuning in to Christine's troubled ITV breakfast show – a third of the audience for BBC rival, Breakfast
ITV has ploughed £15million into launching Daybreak, poaching star duo Miss Bleakley, 31, and Adrian Chiles, 43, from the BBC to front it and investing in a state-of-the-art studio but it has failed to impress audiences.
Ratings have steadily fallen from nearly 900,000 in the launch week, with many complaining that the programme is too lightweight, and that Chiles and £1million-a-year Miss Bleakley lack the personal magic that made them famous on The One Show on BBC1.
If the ratings drop continues then ITV could lose thousands in advertising revenues as key brands demand a cheaper rate or free slots as compensation.
Insiders admitted morale on the show was at ‘rock bottom’.
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