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Holly Willoughby calls out 'naughty' Phillip Schofield for teasing her about eating cake 'all the time'

Holly was teased by Phillip for her sweet tooth in a fun video posted on This Morning's Twitter account

Hanna Fillingham

Holly Willoughby loves to eat cake! The slim TV star was teased by her co-host Phillip Schofield for her sweet tooth in a hilarious clip posted by This Morning on her Twitter account, which she captioned: Naughty @Schofe!". In the footage, which was taken during an advert break on the This Morning sofa, Phillip flicks through the pages of her new baby book, Truly Scrumptious Baby, reading out segments, including: "When I work hard today, I deserve a nice piece of cake." Laughing, he said: "I know! When you say regularly, it should be all the time." Holly, who was in hysterics, defended herself, saying: "Well, I work very hard all the time!"

Holly Willoughby was in hysterics after being teased by Phillip Schofield

Holly and Phil delighted fans after returning to work on Monday following the summer break. The duo are renowned for their natural on-screen chemistry, and are often known to break out into fits of laughter live on air. The pair enjoyed their respective summer holidays with their families abroad, and were even reunited briefly in Portugal last month. The popular TV couple enjoyed a dinner out, where they were joined by fellow stars Peter Jones and Bradley Walsh.

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Holly and Phil were reunited while on holiday in Portugual 

The fact that Holly is a fan of cake is also great news for viewers, some of which have been concerned after the star's weight loss throughout the year. Recently, the mother-of-three opened up about the discussions of her weight while talking to Fabulous magazine, explaining that there is a very good reason why she will never talk about it. She said: "I think people will always discuss it, and it’s exactly why I just won’t. It just adds to it. I’ve sat across from parents who have lost children from [eating disorders] and I don’t want to be a part of it."