Kirsty Gallacher, Sky Sports presenter, charged over drink-driving

Kirsty Gallacher charged with drink-driving after night out with friends

Kirsty Gallacher charged with drink-driving after night out with friends

Kirsty Gallacher was arrested and charged with drink-driving over the weekend.

She has been released on bail and will appear at Slough Magistrates' Court on Monday, September 4.

The star, who took part on Strictly Come Dancing in 2015, was stopped by authorities as she drove to pick up her two children, who she has with ex-husband Paul Sampson.

It follows an incident in Eton, Berkshire, on Saturday.

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The presenter was said to have been pulled over around 11.30am on Saturday morning after "driving erratically".

According to Thames Valley Police she was charged with one count of driving while above the legal alcohol limit last night.

Kirsty posted this photo on Friday night.

The night before, Kirsty had posted a picture of herself enjoying a fun evening out with pals at a pub called the Winning Post in Winfield, Berkshire.

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Though she doesn't have a glass in hand in the photo, two friends are holding champagne and beer.

Sports mad Kirsty has always been an advocate for health and even though she abides by a strict fitness regime she has admitted that she does enjoy the odd treat just like the rest of us!

Kirsty and Paul ended their 15-year relationship in 2014 and together they are parents to 11-year-old Oscar and seven-year-old Jude.

Gallacher's representative has been contacted for comment.

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