Holly Willoughby ‘jumping the queue’ with Phillip Schofield: ITV presenter ‘brings in the lawyers’

‘Distraught’ Holly Willoughby reportedly called in the lawyers over ‘damaging’ public view that she and her and colleague Phillip Schofield ‘jumped the line’ to see the Queen lying in state at the Palace of Westminster.

Holly is battling to keep her job after she faced growing fury along with her fellow ITV This Morning presenter, Philip, and a 29,000-strong petition for the pair to quit which alleges they ‘abused their positions to see the Queen lie in state’ as she vows she will ‘not quit’ the show.  

A source told The Sun on Tuesday evening that ‘Holly had to get lawyers over the weekend over the presentation of this false, very damaging narrative’ following images emerging on Friday which appeared to show they ‘skipped the queue’ while tens of thousands of mourners patiently waited to pay their respects to Her Majesty. 

It was also revealed that Holly was reportedly in floods of tears as she and Phil – who are said to be paid as much as £600,000 for hosting the popular…

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