Jessica Rowe reveals the embarrassing item she retrieved from her car after it exploded in Sydney

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Jessica Rowe and her daughter Allegra, 14, were traumatized after the former $ 66,000 Studio 10 host exploded in the middle of a busy Sydney road on Thursday.

And while the incident was shocking, Jessica revealed a funny moment during Friday’s ordeal Kyle and Jackie O Show

The 50-year-old revealed that there was an embarrassing item that Mev – the bus driver who warned her about the smoke coming from her car – helped remove from the trunk of her charred car.

Embarrassing item: Jessica Rowe revealed the WIRING item she had to remove from her car after it exploded in the middle of a busy Sydney road on Thursday after picking up her daughter Allegra, 14, from school

Embarrassing item: Jessica Rowe revealed the WIRING item she had to remove from her car after it exploded in the middle of a busy Sydney road on Thursday after picking up her daughter Allegra, 14, from school

Jess first noted that her husband, Nine newscaster Peter Overton, had warned her not to tell people about the very uncomfortable item.

But she couldn’t help but confess what it was like to tell radio host Kyle Sandilands.

“I really like a Kyle suit – so I had a cat’s head in the trunk,” began Jess.

‘Why?’ a confused Kyle asked.

“Well why not?” the blond beauty responded, while the whole studio laughed.

“Sometimes I like to embarrass my kids when I pick them up, so I put the cat’s head on.”

What is it?  Before making the disclosure, she noted that her husband, Nine newscaster Peter Overton, had warned her not to tell people about the very troublesome item.  Pictured is Jess with Peter

What is it?  Before making the disclosure, she noted that her husband, Nine newscaster Peter Overton, had warned her not to tell people about the very troublesome item.  Pictured is Jess with Peter

What is it? Before making the disclosure, she noted that her husband, Nine newscaster Peter Overton, had warned her not to tell people about the very troublesome item. Pictured is Jess with Peter

The purring look! But Jess confessed, “I really like a Kyle costume – so I had a cat’s head in the trunk.” Pictured is Jess wearing the cat head costume. In the Instagram post, from 2019, she joked in the caption: ‘It’s that time again! Time to pick up school! ‘

“I tip my hat over to your girls, they work against the grain just with their own families … Imagine walking to Mommy’s Volvo and Mommy looks like a giant cat there,” Kyle said.

“Yeah, that’s what I do, so luckily I was able to get that out of the trunk,” added Jess.

Kyle said Peter probably took the opportunity to have the cat’s head removed from the car.

She’s a nice mom! Jessica explained the cat’s head costume and said, “Sometimes I like to embarrass my kids when I pick them up, so I put the cat’s head on.” In the picture with Jess with her daughters Allegra and Giselle

Jess also spoke with Studio 10 about her husband Peter’s reaction to the traumatizing event.

She explained that Allegra was ‘hysterical’ when she called her dad, just before he was due to go on air to present Nine’s 6pm News.

“Obviously he was so worried about her and so worried, so he came home, he didn’t read last night’s news. He just wanted to give Allegra a hug and a hug, ”Jess said.

Emotional: Later in the morning, Jess also spoke to Studio 10 about her husband's reaction to the traumatizing event.  She explained that Allegra was 'hysterical' when she called her dad, just before he was due to get on the air to present Nine's 6:00 PM News.

Emotional: Later in the morning, Jess also spoke to Studio 10 about her husband's reaction to the traumatizing event.  She explained that Allegra was 'hysterical' when she called her dad, just before he was due to go on air to present Nine's 6pm News.

Emotional: Later in the morning, Jess also spoke to Studio 10 about her husband’s reaction to the traumatizing event. She explained that Allegra was ‘hysterical’ when she called her dad, just before he was due to go on air to present Nine’s 6pm News.

“The thing is, we’re all fine, but he couldn’t believe it for him. I think before everything he was like “What? What do you mean the car is on fire?” She added.

The author also noted that they have no idea what set the car on fire.

Co-host Sarah Harris asked if she knew about auto oil, but Jess said, “Well, dare I say I don’t, Peedee does,” referring to her husband’s pet name.

“I know how to fill up with gas, but Peedee does everything else, so it was all fine and it’s been a really good reliable car so far,” she said.

Family: Jess said, '(Peter) was clearly so worried about her and so worried so he came home, he didn't read the news last night.  He just wanted to give Allegra a hug and a hug '

Family: Jess said, '(Peter) was clearly so worried about her and so worried so he came home, he didn't read the news last night.  He just wanted to give Allegra a hug and a hug '

Family: Jess said, ‘(Peter) was clearly so worried about her and so worried so he came home, he didn’t read the news last night. He just wanted to give Allegra a hug and a hug ‘

Jess picked up her eldest daughter from school in Sydney’s eastern suburbs on Thursday afternoon when her black Volvo XC 60 started blowing smoke on New South Head Road in Rose Bay.

A passing school bus driver named Mev flagged them to warn them of the danger and helped the couple escape from the vehicle and fled to safety the moment the car went up in flames.

The pair escaped unharmed but were traumatized by the ordeal.

Grateful: Following the incident, Jess updated her Instagram followers saying she and Allegra were `` safe and sound. ''

Grateful: Following the incident, Jess updated her Instagram followers saying she and Allegra were `` safe and sound. ''

Grateful: Following the incident, Jess updated her Instagram followers saying she and Allegra were “ safe and sound. ”

Following the incident, Jess notified her Instagram followers, stating that she and Allegra were “ safe and healthy. ”

She added that they were grateful to all the Good Samaritans who helped them, especially school bus driver Mev – who warned them to get out of the car just in time.

Thanks to the thoughtful, quick-thinking and friendly school bus driver Mev who got us out of the car, called the fire brigade, cleared the way and then drove us home.

Thanks to the police and paramedics who are angels. And the tow truck driver! And the moms and dads who stopped to help. We love you.’

Grateful: She added that they were grateful to all the Good Samaritans who helped them, especially school bus driver Mev - who warned them to get out of the car just in time.

Grateful: She added that they were grateful to all the Good Samaritans who helped them, especially school bus driver Mev - who warned them to get out of the car just in time.

Grateful: She added that they were grateful to all the Good Samaritans who helped them, especially school bus driver Mev – who warned them to get out of the car just in time.