Homes Under The Hammer favourite Lucy Alexander, 48, was hit with a parking fine after enjoying some time out with her son, Leo, in Kingston upon Thames.
The TV regular shared a clip zooming into the yellow ticket placed on her car’s windscreen, which she posted on Instagram.
Lucy revealed it’s not the first time she has been struck with a car parking fine.
She wrote: “Another to add to the collection GRRRR.”
Lucy added some hilarious shocked emojis to the video.
Before sharing the news with her 33,600 Instagram followers, she uploaded a a picture of herself with her son.
The BBC presenter beamed to the camera in the snap as she sat riverside with her youngest child.
Lucy kept a pair of sunglasses on for the mother-and-son photo as the sun shone down on them.
The star and Leo appeared to be about to order some food as they enjoyed each other’s company.
She wrote: “Riverside lunch with the boy @leo.castledine.”
Meanwhile, Lucy recently admitted she “misses” presenting Homes Under The Hammer, after quitting in 2016.
The star co-hosted the show alongside Martin Roberts from when it first hit screens in 2003.
“I miss presenting Homes Under The Hammer because I got to look around so many different properties,” she told The Sun’s Fabulous Magazine.
Lucy continued: “Occasionally I catch myself watching a re-run on TV, and I can tell how old the show is by how dated my clothes are.”
Despite missing the show, Lucy admitted she’s not great at remembering her lines and tends to be more spontaneous.
“Usually I make things up as I go,” she spilled. “I think a bit of spontaneity on camera is essential.”
Meanwhile, there is one thing Lucy hasn’t yet ticked off her list – Strictly Come Dancing.
The presenter recently admitted to Express.co.uk she is a huge fan of the programme and said it would be a dream come true to compete.
Lucy said: “That is what I want to do more than anything!”
She went on: “It’s everything about me that I love. I love dance, I love performance and I love choreography.”
Homes Under The Hammer airs weekdays on BBC One at 10am.