Loose Women’s Janet Street-Porter completely unrecognisable in throwback snap

Loose Women‘s Janet Street-Porter is known for her trademark red locks but a throwback snap showed the outspoken star looking completely different was aired during today’s edition of the ITV daytime show.

Christine Lampard was in the anchor’s seat this afternoon alongside Coleen Nolan, Janet and Jane Moore.

The panel opened the show by discussing if people should be more like Princess Anne.

A clip of the royal shrugging as she was beckoned over by the Queen while meeting US president Donald Trump has gone viral.

Janet Street-Porter is known for sporting trademark red locks

The 93-year-old monarch can be seen chatting to President Trump during the reception or NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace before she gestures towards her daughter by the doorway.

Her Majesty appears to say something to Princess Anne, who shrugs in response as the other royals chuckle.

A black and white photograph of panelist Janet, 59 meeting Princess Anne appeared on screen as she discussed her encounter with the royal.

A throwback picture of Janet meeting Princess Anne was revealed on today’s show

The outspoken journalist looked completely different in the throwback snap sporting long dark locks with glasses while chatting to the royal.

Princess Anne is not the only member of the royal family Janet has been talking about this week.

The TV star has suggested Prince Andrew handed out mince pies in central London, after he was accused of having sex with Virginia Roberts when she was 17 years old.

During an appearance on Loose Women yesterday, Janet explained the Royal should now get himself out on the streets to spread Christmas cheer, amid the allegations.

Janet has been sporting red hair for years

She told the panel: ‘If I was Prince Andrew going forward, I would think, “Where can I go? What can I do?”

“I’ve got a suggestion, before you head off to your £13million Swiss chalet, I would get down on the streets of London and hand out a bit of Christmas cheer.

“So Prince Andrew, get down to Soho, to round St Martin’s in the field, hand out a few mince pies and dip into that bank account we know you’ve got.”

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