Louise Minchin, 50, and Charlie Stayt, 56, were presenting BBC Breakfast this morning, with Sally Nugent presenting the day's sporting news.
The pair were presenting a segment on the latest EuroMillions jackpot winner, but the segment ended with Sally taking a swipe at her BBC collegue, Charlie.
“Someone in the UK is beginning 2019 a lot richer than they finished 2018 - they don’t know yet, though,” Charlie began.
“Well, I don’t know. Do they know it? They might know it,” interjected Louise.
“It’s the winning of the EuroMillions jackpot,” added Charlie.
“It’s amazing. A single ticket holder has won £115 million pounds, making them the fourth-biggest lottery winner in British history. Another ten British players won a million pounds each in the draw,” Louise revealed.
She added: “I can guarantee because I know - I’ve looked at my tickets - it’s not me.”
Charlie paused and then laughed awkwardly, saying: “Yeah. Well, shall we go through our usual routine of saying clearly if it was you, you’d be unlikely to be