Kate Garraway scolds ‘naughty’ Stanley Johnson for getting on tube without mask

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Kate Garraway branded Stanley Johnson “naughty” as she called him out for travelling by tube without a mask last year.

Boris Johnson’s father, 80, has been spotted seemingly breaking coronavirus restrictions on various occasions.

He was filmed appearing to breach restrictions as he got on a London tube train without wearing a face-covering in December last year.

Johnson was also photographed in a busy airport reading a book with his mask pulled down in October 2020.

During Friday’s Good Morning Britain, Kate asked Stanley about the tube incident as she said: “Have you been wearing a mask?

“Because you were pictured not wearing one even in December on the underground.”

Kate probed Stanley Johnson as she asked if he had been wearing a mask during this year’s lockdown

“You are naughty!”, she added.

Stanley defended himself as he remarked that “sometimes the mask slips”.

He explained: “Sometimes the mask slips, as you know, by accident.”

The writer continued that a “little bit” of his nose was revealed after the mask slipped.

He said: “I have a very prominent nose and it’s not always easy to keep it all covered.”

Kate Garraway probed Stanley after he was spotted boarding a London tube without a mask

Stanley was pictured in the airport after he spent three weeks on holiday at his Greek villa in October 2020.

He was spotted not wearing a face covering in a newsagent just days after ­returning to the UK at that time.

Stanley said: “I was maybe not 100% up to speed but that was my first day back in England after three weeks not in England. So they (the rules) may have changed in that time.

“I’m extremely sorry for the slip up and I would urge absolutely everybody to do everything they can to make sure they do follow the rules about masks and social distancing.

“The fact this was my first day back in the UK after three weeks abroad is, I am sure, no excuse for not knowing the rules.”

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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