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Telly babe Holly Willoughby has caused a stir amongst confused fans after posing with her Phillip Schofield 'lookalike' husband.
Thee buxom blonde posted the snap before attending National Television Awards as she posed with This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield and her husband Dan Baldwin.
The NTAs hosts the biggest stars in the UK and celebrates the best TV over the past year.
But fans were left confused seeing the men in the same snap, suggesting they looked alike.
One confused fan commented on the post: “Stunning Holly, has Dan morphed into Phil?” and “Gosh!! Dan has hair! Morphing into Phil."
Another said: “Hahahaha Dan and Phil are twinning,” while a fourth joked: “Lockdown was rough on Jedward…”
Ever the fashionista, Holly Willoughby rocked up to the red carpet looking better than ever and showcased her enviable figure
The This Morning beauty looked stunning in an off-the-shoulder metallic blue-grey gown which featured sheer transparent detail and a waist belt.
Holly styled her short blonde locks with a subtle wave and accessorised with heavy makeup and a bejewelled clutch bag.
Commenting on her curvaceous figure, one fan said: “So beautiful and loving the curves,” while another joked that the pair will be too hungover to work tomorrow: “Don't you too turn up to work tomorrow drunk now."
Fans recently witnessed Holly, 40, share an emotional conversation on This Morning as she spoke to Kate Garraway.
Holly and Phil were chatting to their ITV co-star about her documentary Finding Derek ahead of the National Television Awards.
Kate, 54, was up for the the inaugural Authored Documentary award at the ceremony after filming her husband Derek Draper's progress after coronavirus "wreaked havoc" on his body after he contracted it last year.
The radio and TV host gave an update on Derek's condition which she said was "tough" and "painfully slow."
She was also asked about her hesitation to attend the NTAs and admitted she had felt "very sad" this week.
Kate will compete for the gong against Katie Price: Harvey and Me, Rob Burrow: My Year with MND and Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency.
Also featured will be Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children . It tells the story of how the Manchester United footballer got involved in the campaign for free school meals last year.
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- Holly Willoughby
- This Morning
- Phillip Schofield
- National Television Awards
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