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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield return to This Morning amid queue-jumping row


‘We understand the reaction, but we would never jump the queue’: Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield insist they followed ‘broadcasting rules’ to see Queen lying in state as they return to This Morning amid line-jumping row

Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield have hit back against claims they jumped the queue as the Queen was lying in state as they returned to This Morning for the first time since the incident. 

Clips last week showed Holly and Phil walking through Westminster Hall last week as around 250,000 people waited to bid a final farewell to the Queen – many waiting up to 24 hours for the opportunity.

In the first show since then, Holly and Phil strongly denied claims of line-jumping and said they had been in Westminster Hall to work

In the first show since then, Holly and Phil strongly denied claims of line-jumping and said they had been in Westminster…



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