Published On: Tue, May 11th, 2021

Phillip Schofield enjoys boozy brunch with Holly Willoughby, Christine Lampard and Rochelle Humes

Phillip Schofield enjoys boozy brunch with his ITV presenting pals Holly Willoughby, Christine Lampard and Rochelle Humes

They’re all regulars on ITV screens.

And on Monday, Phillip Schofield, 59, revealed that he had enjoyed a boozy brunch with Holly Willoughby, 40, Christine Lampard, 42, and Rochelle Humes, 32, with the This Morning star taking to Instagram to document the fun.

The group of presenters were also joined by Holly’s husband Dan Baldwin, 46, and Christine’s former Chelsea manager husband Frank Lampard, 42. 

Fun with friends! On Monday, Phillip Schofield, 59, revealed he’d enjoyed a boozy brunch with Holly Willoughby, 40, Dan Baldwin, 46, Christine and Frank Lampard, both 42, and Rochelle Humes, 32

As well as sharing a socially-distanced selfie of the group gathered together outside, Phil uploaded a snap of him double-parked inside the restaurant. 

Alongside a photograph of a wine glass and a full cocktail, he wrote: ‘When you know that THIS was the moment you should have stopped #lunch #friends.’ 

It comes after Phil admitted that he’s fed up of social distancing as he accidentally broke the rules on This Morning by sitting too close to Holly.

‘I am sick of all of this!’ cried the frustrated presenter after his co-host ordered him to ‘back off’ to the other end of the sofa.  

Boozy! The This Morning star taking to Instagram to document the lunchtime fun

Boozy! The This Morning star taking to Instagram to document the lunchtime fun

Sick of it! It comes after Phil admitted that he's fed up of social distancing as he accidentally broke the rules on This Morning by sitting too close to Holly

Sick of it! It comes after Phil admitted that he’s fed up of social distancing as he accidentally broke the rules on This Morning by sitting too close to Holly

Current rules state: ‘You should stay 2 metres apart from anyone who is not in your household or support bubble where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings) if you cannot stay 2 metres apart.’ 

Noticing that he and Holly were closer than usual, Phil announced: ‘We are also closer than we are supposed to be!’ 

While smiling, Holly ordered her co-host: ‘Back off down that end, I am where I am supposed to be!’ 

‘I am not!’ admitted Phil, before adding: ‘I am sick of all of this!!’ as he moved himself to the far end of the sofa. 

Move it! 'I am sick of all of this!' cried the frustrated presenter after his co-host ordered him to 'back off' to the other end of the sofa

Move it! ‘I am sick of all of this!’ cried the frustrated presenter after his co-host ordered him to ‘back off’ to the other end of the sofa

Later, the presenters sat down to discussed the fact that May 17 is the date that hugging will be allowed in the UK, but that social distancing rules must still be kept up. 

Clearly perplexed, Phil asked: ‘I can hug Holly but I can’t sit next to her?’

The host ultimately deduced that he believes that as ‘long as both adults agree’ that they can exchange an embrace.

Whoops! Noticing that he and Holly were closer than usual, Phil announced: 'We are also closer than we are supposed to be!' before realising it was he who wasn't sat at the end of the sofa

Amending the distance: Phil moved from sitting inside the yellow cushions to in front of them

Whoops! Noticing that he and Holly were closer than usual, Phil announced: ‘We are also closer than we are supposed to be!’ before realising it was he who wasn’t sat at the end of the sofa

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