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Holly Willoughby concerns This Morning fans as she breaks ITV tradition amid backlash
Holly Willoughby has sparked concerns for This Morning viewers after she broke show tradition.The presenter returned to screens alongside co-star Phillip Schofield on Tuesday (September 20) after a long weekend off as the Queen was laid to rest.Despite her return to their usual schedule Holly is still breaking her show tradition by remaining off socila media where she would usually share her daily outfits. READ MORE: Piers Morgan slams 'ridiculous' petition to axe Holly and Phil as 25k sign over queue rowThe mum-of-three normally posts her outfit for the day alongside details of where it is from and uses the hashtag 'HWStyle' to share the info with her hoardes of admiring followers.Both Holly and Phil have faced a backlash from fans after they were accused of "queue jumping" when they passed through Westminster Hall as Queen Elizabeth II lay in state without waiting alongside members of the public.Despite a statement being issued by This Morning bosses at the time Holly and Phil have continued to come under fire and were forced to explain their actions to viewers on Tuesday's show.A video package that highlighted events from the days between the Queen's death up to her funeral was voiced over by Holly, 41, and saw her explain why it was they hadn't queued.She said: "Like hundreds of accredited broadcasters and journalists, we were given official permission to access the hall."It was strictly for the purpose of reporting on the event for millions of people in the UK who haven't been able to visit Westminster in person.
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Chain-smoking Queen Margrethe II who tested positive for Covid after Elizabeth's funeral
Her Majesty's funeral earlier this week.But the monarch, 82, is better known for her laid-back lifestyle that reportedly includes scoffing hot dogs and shopping at Lidl - not the usual behaviour you'd expect from royalty.One of her most famous attributes is her love of smoking - according to some reports she has even been known to light up as many as 60 a day.READ MORE: Royal tests positive for Covid days after attending Queen's funeralSeveral years ago the royal was snapped leaving a Lidl supermarket, sipping on a carton of apple juice and smoking, all the while clutching a hot dog.A tweet at the time read: "The Danish Queen: The only queen in the world who walks straight out of Lidl drinking an applejuice, eating a sausage while smoking at the same time. Yep, we love our queen Margrethe."The beloved Queen also had a bizarre passion for archaeology and speaks a whopping five languages - English, French, German, Danish and Swedish.Born in 1940, Margrethe Alexandrine Þórhildur Ingrid is the great-great granddaughter of Queen Victoria - making her Queen Elizabeth II's third cousin.The two reportedly shared a tight bond for decades, both loving dogs and calling each other by the adorable nicknames "Daisy" and "Lilibet".Margrethe came to the throne in 1972 and her ascension was historic, as previously only men had been allowed to rule.As a princess she was extremely popular and married French diplomat Henri de Laborde de Monpezat in 1967.
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