Holly Willoughby fans concerned as ITV defends presenters over Westminster Abbey ‘queue jump’ row

Fans are concerned after Holly Willoughby appeared tearful and ITV has doubled down in the row over her and fellow This Morning host Phillip Schofield’s appearance at the Queen’s lying-in-state after footage seemed to show them filing past the Queen’s coffin.    

The popular TV hosts – who are reportedly paid as much as £600,000 for presenting the daytime show from Mondays to Thursdays – have faced growing fury after images of them appearing to ‘skip the line’ emerged on Friday while tens of thousands of mourners patiently waited for more than 12 hours to pay their respects to Her Majesty. 

Viewers tweeted accusations the hosts were ‘too posh to queue’ and a petition to axe the presenters has surpassed 45,000 signatures as viewers appear to reject the stars’ bid to draw a line under the scandal.

But Holly sparked worry amongst fans on Tuesday after they noticed she looked like she was ‘on the verge of tears’ and had ‘never been so quiet.’ 

Meanwhile the London…

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