In May she was named and shamed by Love Island's Amy Hart her as her most difficult famous customer ever on a flight.
And Kirstie Allsopp, 47, addressed the 26-year-old former British Airways air hostess comments about her during an appearance on Monday's edition of This Morning.
Discussing her thoughts about it, the Location, Location, Location host said: 'Well, that’s really funny because in all circumstances I am the easiest going person. She misinterpreted a situation.
Clarification: Kirstie Allsopp claimed on Monday's This Morning that Love Island's Amy Hart 'misinterpreted a situation' after the reality star branded her a 'nightmare' celebrity passenger
'She thought I was trying to get something which I wasn’t. And BA were very embarrassed about it, they were very sweet about it and they were profusely apologetic and it was just one of those things.
'If this had been a director who had said I was a nightmare, I would’ve been fully up for it,' she concluded.
Amy had revealed her least favourite celebrity passenger while speaking to MailOnline in Mallorca ahead of the series launch.
Candid: Amy had revealed her least favourite celebrity passenger was Kirstie while speaking to MailOnline in Mallorca ahead of the series launch
Setting things straight: Discussing her thoughts about it, the Location, Location, Location host said: 'I am the easiest going person. She misinterpreted a situation'
The former cabin crew member divulged that she had to have a word with television presenter Kirstie when she worked as a junior cabin crew during her early days at the company.
When quizzed about her experiences with celebrity passengers, Amy said: ‘I haven’t had any proper nightmares, the only one was Kirstie Allsopp because she kept going up and down with one kid and then coming back with two.
‘There were lots of spare seats in business class and she kept coming back with two kids, and I was like no if you’ve booked three seats [in business class] then you’ve booked three seats.
‘I was quite junior at the time so it was my manager who told me to, but I had to go over and tell them [that they couldn’t all