An Australian weather reporter had an awkward maternity leave farewell on live TV, thanks to her colleague's attempt at a good-bye kiss.
"It's the last time that we'll be working together for a little while because you're off on a break," an anchor for Australia's 9News told weather reporter Rebecca Judd at the end of her forecast Tuesday morning. The anchor then noted that Judd will be giving birth to twins.
"We'll all miss you, but of course everyone in the newsroom sends much love and very best wishes," the anchor added.
But perhaps sports reporter Tony Jones will miss Judd more than others.
During the on-air farewell, Jones walked out on the set behind Judd, putting his arm around her. And just in case the "oh" that Judd blurted out the moment Jones put his hand on her wasn't awkward enough, he later leaned in to kiss her. But Judd wasn't having any of it.
Watch the awkward moment below:
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