Holly Willoughby social distances and wears gloves as she stocks up on shopping trip amid coronavirus lockdown – The Sun
The This Morning presenter, 39, sensibly followed government social distancing rules of remaining two metres from the next person as she popped into the shops.
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She was spotted with bags queuing up for entry into Marks & Spencers, which stretched out down the block.
Holly wore sunglasses and her blonde hair up in a bun.
Alongside black leggings, she donned a huge puffer jacket with the words "Love" down the back.
The star obviously stocked up well, as she carried three bags filled to the brim with goods for her husband Dan Baldwin, 45, and kids Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, five.
Holly is still presenting This Morning on ITV alongside Phillip Schofield despite the coronavirus lockdown.
The Sun Online revealed editor Martin Frizell emailed staff on the ITV daytime show last week to inform them he will be self-isolating for 14 days after his wife Fiona Phillips tweeted that she had the illness.
So earlier in the week, Phillip and Holly sent their love to their isolating boss.
Speaking to This Morning viewers today, Phil said: "Martin our boss is in self isolation at the moment because his wife has been poorly, so lots of love to them.
"We’re missing him enormously. I think he is missing us enormously. He’s never off the phone!"
Holly, 39, added: "I think he’s missing us more!"
The presenters were said to be "worried" over their health after the show's boss went into self-isolation last week.
Staff and talent were concerned they may have been exposed to the virus that has claimed 336 British lives so far.
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The show boasts a number of regular guest presenters including Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
A source told us: "Martin's been on set and in meetings all week with everyone – there's no-one he hasn't been in contact with.
"There's a real worry that it could spread through everyone and the show won't be able to go on."
The UK coronavirus death toll rose to 759 on Friday after 181 more deaths were recorded in one day.
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