NINA Warhurst has been left fuming and heartbroken in equal measure after one of her money-saving hacks seriously backfired.
The 42 year old BBC star shared a post to her Instagram story to express her frustration to her fans.
Alongside an image of the wildly popular series Succession, Nina informed fans that she had been limiting the amount of streaming services she uses at one time amid the cost of living crisis.
However, the TV presenter quickly realised she would not be able to watch her favourite show after cancelling her subscription to Now TV.
Writing on top of the post, Nina penned: "Hi. I'm rotating streaming apps to save £££ and am currently off Now TV. The timing could NOT BE ANY WORSE."
Nina was referring to the fact that Succession's latest series had just kicked off on Now TV and therefore she would be unable to watch along and join in on the fanfare.
The disgruntled star will either be forced to re-activate her subscription earlier than planned or try to avoid spoilers for the next few weeks.
It comes just days after pregnant Nina shared pictures from a rare night off with pals.
Nina was attending a concert with BBC Sounds where she watched Christine and the Queens and Self Esteem perform.
The star and her pals posed by a large prop of a pair of headphones as she crouched to her knees to ensure that she was in shot.
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She captioned the post: "Gigs with my queens this week, watching some heavenly queens."
The TV favourite recently confirmed that she was pregnant again in news set to delight fans.
The 42-year-old journalist took to her Instagram to share a picture cradling her bump on the set of the BBC show.
Wearing a figure hugging black dress and pink heels, Nina beamed for the camera and wrote: "Happy Mother’s Day to all of those who are any part of this endless handover of love, values, genes, chaos and perpetually crumb-infested kitchens."
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