Richard Madeley suffers from a fall before presenting Good Morning Britain

Richard Madeley suffered a fall just before the presentation Good morning Britain.

The broadcaster co-hosted the ITV1 breakfast show which was broadcast live from Whiston Hospital in Merseyside on Monday (12 December).

However, when Madeley arrived at the hospital, she got out of the car and slipped due to the snow.

“I fell over this morning getting out of the car,” the presenter told viewers.

His co-host Kate Garraway added: “It was very tense.”

Although Madeley worried those around him, he did not appear to have any injuries.

The hosts were at Whiston Hospital to highlight the hardworking efforts of NHS staff.

During the broadcast, both Madeley and Garraway visited various departments to see them in action.

They said staff told them they were having one of their “most challenging” weekends ever because of business.

Madeley was recently spanked by GMB viewers after making an “absolutely false” claim about dentists.

Last month the presenter claimed he had been told NHS dentists could not perform tooth extractions.

Richard Madeley says he fell over before presenting ‘GMB’

(Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock)

Susanna Reid, forestalling a backlash from angry viewers, replied: “Oh what’s that noise I’m hearing? Oh yes it’s all the NHS dentists who are reaching out to the scheme to say that’s dead wrong.

Heavy snow has forced UK airports to close and drivers have been told not to travel on national highways.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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