Holly Willoughby has said that she ‘can’t wait’ to reunite with ‘silver fox’ Phillip Schofield.
The This Morning presenter put to rest recent rumours that she would be leaving the show – revealing that the team would ‘all’ be back on screens this September.
Sharing a trailer for the show’s return on her Instagram account, Holly wrote: “This September we are all back…a new term begins!”
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“Can’t wait to see you and be reunited with my Silver Fox (errrr just typed ‘silver fox’ in and my phone suggested an emoji!!!!!!!)..,” she joked.
Holly added: “See you soon.”
Fans in the comment section were overjoyed by the news and rushed to Holly’s comment section to praise the popular television personality.
One follower penned: “OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD, OH MY BLOODY GOD! YAYYYYYY.
“I heard the other day that you were quitting this morning and I burst into tears so I didn’t think that you were coming back. BUT YOU ARE OMG I’M SO BLOODY HAPPYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.”
Another added: “Can’t wait to see you on the telly again!!! Mornings are boring now.”
A third said: “Can’t wait, my days will be much brighter.”
Someone else commented: ” Love you guys … I don’t get a chance to watch you very often but if I ever wake in the morning and feel a little low I watch one of your funny moments and it’s amazing … giggle therapy!”
It was suggested that because Holly set up her own management company, that she would soon leave her current TV roles as well.
However, the stunning star’s management denied such claims and confirmed that she is happy to continue working on This Morning alongside her best pal Phillip.
They added: “She is the happiest that she’s ever been on the show and has no plans to leave.”