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Phillip Schofield responds to concerns as Holly Willoughby’s Twitter account is ‘suspended’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television

This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield frequently takes to social media to share insight into his life away from the cameras. Now, the broadcaster has taken to Twitter to put an end to any rumors surrounding the “suspension” of his co-star’s account.

Phillip, 59, and Holly Willougbhy, 40, often delight fans with their close friendship after working together on the popular mid-morning program since 2009.

Since becoming colleagues, the couple have also become best of friends, often sharing family holidays together and being laughed out loud on the ITV set.

While presenting This Morning daily, Phillip and Holly are enjoying the summer holidays with their children, with fellow hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford in the hot seat.

However, as summer vacation draws to a close, Phillip took to social media to reveal that the couple will once again be in homes across the nation.

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Taking to his Instagram account where he has an impressive 3.1million followers, Phillip shared an ITV promotional trailer featuring an array of some of the network’s most popular programs including This Morning and Good Morning Britain.

Captioning his post, he wrote, “Back soon @thismorning @hollywilloughby” alongside two smiling emojis.

Phillip also shared the post with his 4.4 million Twitter followers who seemed thrilled with the news.

However, one fan grew concerned after clicking on the ‘Holly’s Twitter’ handle to see he had been ‘suspended’.

Meanwhile, hundreds of other fans couldn’t contain their joy after hearing that Phillip and Holly would be returning soon.

“Can’t wait for you and Holly to be back on our screens,” one wrote.

While a second added: “Can’t wait to see you both again. I’ve missed you.”

Before a third joked: “I stopped watching since you and H [Holly] went on vacation.”