Holly Willoughby looks downcast in workout gear as she takes a reflective stroll in the park after a difficult few weeks following ‘queuegate’
Holly Willoughby looked downcast figure as she took an early morning stroll in London on Friday.
The TV personality, 41, shielded her eyes behind shades as sat all on a park bench for a moment of quiet reflection following a difficult few weeks.
The usually popular TV host sparked backlash when she and her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield, 60, were accused of skipping the queue to see the Queen lying in state.
Reflective: Holly Willoughby looked downcast in workout gear as she took a reflective stroll in the park and settled on a bench after a difficult few weeks following ‘queuegate’
Low-key: The TV personality shielded her eyes behind shades for her walk in the park
The blonde beauty donned black workout gear which featured leggings and a matching fleece.
Holly layered the look with a black waterproof jacket and slipped her feet into a pair of Nike trainers.
Holly appeared to natural palette of make-up while tying back her tresses into a low ponytail.
Thoughtful: Holly layered the look with a black waterproof jacket and slipped her feet into a pair of Nike trainers
Taking a seat the Dancing On Ice host wore earphones and gazed down at her iPhone.
It’s been a tough time for Holly, who has been trolled after ‘queuegate’.
The week-long fallout over the incident – which has spawned hundreds of jokes online at their expense – has sparked rival briefing wars, with the presenters’ relationship now said to be under strain.
Natural beauty: Holly appeared to natural palette of make-up while tying back her tresses into a low ponytail
Taking a moment: Taking a seat the Dancing On Ice host wore earphones and gazed down at her iPhone
Holly is also believed to be unhappy that ITV did not step in sooner to back her, and there has been speculation – since denied – that she may leave the show.
After being seen on the official camera feed inside the venue, the pair said they were there to make a segment for This Morning’s show which would air four days later.
Holly and Phil have not commented on the matter since issuing a statement in which they insisted they ‘did not skip the queue’.
Watching: The television host watched the lake as she sat back in the bench
Despite the fact that calls for Holly and Phil to be sacked could land Alison and Dermot the role as full-time hosts, sources say they have remained loyal.
Phil and Holly are reportedly paid as much as £600,000 for presenting the daytime show from Mondays to Thursdays, with Alison and Dermot filling in for Friday’s show.
This Morning insiders believe they are now ‘through the worst of the crisis’ but ITV bosses are still taking steps to make sure Phil and Holly get any support they need.
Fallout: Holly is moving on from her recent ‘queuegate’ controversy, which saw her and Phillip Schofield accused of skipping the queue to see the Queen lying in state
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