Holly Willoughby was in a great mood on Friday, and we're not surprised why. The popular This Morning presenter, and her presenting partner Phillip Schofield, were fronting the last show before they start their summer holidays – and they won't be back until September!
Both presenters announced the exciting news on social media with Holly saying: "Last day of term excitement here on @thismorning." As usual, the gorgeous blonde then went on to describe her outfit of the day, which is something her fans will definitely miss whilst she is away. "Dress by @cmeocollective #hwstyle thanks to my gorgeous and clever girls @angiesmithstudio @patsyoneillmakeup and @cilerpeksah_hairstylist for always being brilliant... love you gals!"
The duo will return in September
Phillip, on the other hand, shared a picture of the show's script and a Love Island mug which had the words 'Phillip #get grafting' written on it. "Last show for me and Holls today," he wrote alongside it. "Off till September… but I have a new mug," he cheekily added.
The duo will definitely miss each other, but will most likely be reuniting quite soon for their annual summer holiday. Last year Holly, Phillip, the Chase's Bradley Walsh and Dragons' Den star Peter Jones were all pictured together on holiday in August. The presenters were holidaying in the Algarve with their partners and children, and kept fans updated with their antics by sharing several fun snaps and videos of their fun nights out.
Holly and Phillip during their holiday last year
Speaking to Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw on his breakfast show, Holly, 36, has previously said: "I do think that when we would bump into people, we went to Portugal, and when people would see us in a bar they'd all be looking at us as if it go, 'Oh my God, are you like actually together in real life?' I'd be like, 'No! It's just a coincidence that we're away." She added: "He has been holidaying in Portugal for years, and I've been going the last few years so we tend to accidentally bump into each other… not that accidentally."