Lauren Harries decides to stream entire life online, mum gives out all bank details in first day
Transgender celeb Lauren Harries has decided to livestream her entire life online – without quite thinking it through.
The former Celeb Big Brother contestant launched a new YouTube platform Sunday, The Harries Family Live, in a bid to conjure up interest in the eccentric family.
However the live-streaming plan went very wrong less than 24 hours after going live.
The family installed cameras across their Welsh home, including in the living room, kitchen and bedrooms.
Viewers can tune in to the family of four’s antics throughout the day via YouTube – seemingly with no editing or boundaries.
Speaking on Loose Women last week, Lauren, 39, said: “Watch out Kardashians and Osbournes, the Harries family are here now!”
Less than one day into the live-streaming experiment the family came unstuck, however, as they forgot they were being filmed.
Mum Kate Harries could be seen spread on her bed in a satin gown attempting to do her banking.
Struggling with the process, the pensioner spent the best part of an hour declaring personal bank details over and over again.
She seemed oblivious to the cameras she had helped set-up just a day earlier.
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Some time later family members appeared frantic as the error was realised.
Mum Kate staunchly denied having shared the bank details – seeming to again forget the moment had been filmed.
Thankfully just 11 viewers witnessed the embarrassing mistake, and PinkNews waited until the footage is no longer online to reveal the mishap.
Last week Lauren told Loose Women viewers that the livestream was in a desperate bid to save the family’s home.
The transgender former antiques expert revealed that the family has struggled with their finances and may no longer be able to keep the house.