Holly Willoughby caught swearing on This Morning set in Phillip Schofield's Instagram Story

Sam Warner
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Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are known for their hilarious on air blunders – and it seems that the hilarity continues off air as well.

Phil managed to catch Holly at a rather unfortunate moment on his Instagram Stories yesterday (October 29) during an ad break on the daytime TV show.

In the video, which you can watch above, an unaware Holly could be heard teasing Gok Wan while he made food in the kitchen, joking: "Good luck Gok, good luck. Don't mess it up now Gok, stop breaking shit, Gok!"

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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Holly looked mortified as she then realised Phil has been filming her the whole time. Oh dear, Holly.

Meanwhile, earlier this week Phil denied having a "feud" with Holly following tabloid reports of a rift between the pair last year.

"There was nothing that was being said that had any truth in it whatsoever," he said. "There was no and there has never been a feud with Holly.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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"When they're writing 'Phillip and Holly and feud' we couldn't have been closer because I'd told her my secret and she was holding me together at work," Phil added in reference to the fact that he confided in Holly that he is gay before making his public announcement.

He also denied reports of a toxic atmosphere on the This Morning set.

He said: "There's never been anything like that, everyone is equal, we all love each other, they were worried about me, we all talk about each other's families and their lives and things, it's a tight-knit team.

"So the fact there was supposed to be all of this going on – absolutely and completely untrue."

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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