Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to be replaced on next week’s This Morning

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are set to be replaced on next week’s This Morning as they take a break from the show.

The presenters are set to enjoy the half-term break, despite schools not being open due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Holly and Phil will be replaced by Friday’s presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford for the entire week.

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The news was confirmed in a new advert for the show which features on-screen moments from the ITV daytime programme.

The ITV voiceover then confirms: “Hit the right note with Eamonn and Ruth next week on This Morning."

Holly and Phil will join Good Morning Britain presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid who will also take the week off.

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The presenter, 55, revealed that reporting on the coronavirus pandemic has been tiring and that the hosts will take a week-long break.

Speaking on Wednesday morning’s show, Piers said he will be taking next week off, as it was supposed to be Half Term.

Joking about staying at home during the break, Susanna asked Piers if he would be going anywhere nice, to which he replied: “I’m going upstairs!”

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Piers then added: “Susanna, Dr Hilary and I are actually going to have a week off.

“We’re gonna have Half Term off next week. Even though, of course, there is no Half Term.”

Reflecting on their hard work in the studio, the presenter then added: “It’s been a long old haul. We’re all feeling a bit [tired].”

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