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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield joined by celeb pals as they enjoy boozy lunch

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield enjoyed the booziest of lunches (Pictures: Instagram / ITV)

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby enjoyed the booziest celeb-filled lunch, to celebrate the start of the week.

Shortly after they got through with hosting duties on This Morning, the pair headed straight for a bite to eat, joined by some famous faces.

Taking to his Instagram story, Phil shared a snap of the gang, including Holly and husband Daniel Baldwin, Rochelle Humes, and Christine and Frank Lampard, with a huge heart emoji to boot.

We know there’s a limit to how many people can get round a table at the moment, but give us a heads up next time, huns!

Things appeared to get a little wild at one point as Phil posted a snap showing their drinks on the table.

The ITV host seemed to be double-parked with boozy drinks – like we’d ever expect anything less.

The This Morning presenters were joined by their A-List pals for the day (Picture: Instagram)

We’ve all been there, Phil… (Picture: ITV)

‘When you know that THIS was the moment you should have stopped #lunch #friends,’ he joked alongside the snap.

Phil previously revealed that he was ‘sick’ of social distancing guidelines on yesterday’s instalment of This Morning, after he noticed that he was sitting too close to Holly on the sofa.

Current guidelines state that people who are not in the same household should keep a distance of two metres.

He was forced to shuffle up live on air, to make sure they were adhering to government rules.

‘There is expected be an announcement that hugging will be allowed from next Monday,’ he told viewers, before noticing he was in the wrong spot.

‘We’re also closer than we ought to be hold on a second.’

‘Sick of all of this!’ he fumed as he got back into the right position.

No wonder he needed a few drinks after the show ended…

Credit: Source

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