Coronavirus UK: Holly Willoughby 'anxious' about work return

Holly Willoughby has admitted that after she took a break from This Morning for half-term, she was dubious about returning to the studios amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The presenter, 39, was speaking about the Fear Of Going Out - or FOGO - specifically with the UK starting to ease some civilians back to their workplaces.

She said: 'It's the fear of the unknown, and not knowing what your workplace will be like. When we were off for a week on half-term, the longer you are away the more anxious you are about coming back in.

Concerns: Holly Willoughby has admitted that after she took a break from This Morning for half-term, she was dubious about returning to the studios amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Concerns: Holly Willoughby has admitted that after she took a break from This Morning for half-term, she was dubious about returning to the studios amid the COVID-19 pandemic

'But once here I was like actually no, everyone is social distancing, things are in place and you do feel safe.

'Once you're in motion everything is fine.'

Holly was speaking to co-host Phillip Schofield about it as they advised a caller during the phone-in.

He added: 'We are lucky as we have quite a bit of space, and there are two staircases outside so we have one that goes down and one up.'

Worries: The presenter, 39, was speaking about the Fear Of Going Out - or FOGO - specifically with the UK starting to ease some civilians back to their workplaces

Worries: The presenter, 39, was speaking about the Fear Of Going Out - or FOGO - specifically with the UK starting to ease some civilians back to their workplaces

This took place during Thursday's show - which at one point descended into fits of giggles after learning that wallabies have THREE vaginas.

The cheeky hosts had been left bemused when Jimmy Doherty of Jimmy's Farm fame discussed the wallabies in his care and the babies that had been born. 

He said: 'Because wallabies have three vaginas, they have an almost conveyor belt of babies. One that's in the pouch, one out of the pouch and one being born, often.' 

'Why do they need so many?' Holly and Phil laughed hysterically after discovering wallabies have THREE vaginas on This Morning on Thursday

'Why do they need so many?' Holly and Phil laughed hysterically after discovering wallabies have THREE vaginas on This Morning on Thursday

Farmer Jimmy Doherty said: 'Wallabies have three vaginas, so they have an almost conveyor belt of babies. One that's in the pouch, one out of the pouch and one being born, often'

Farmer Jimmy Doherty said: 'Wallabies have three vaginas, so they have an almost conveyor belt of babies. One that's in the pouch, one out of the pouch and one being born, often'

As he spoke, Phil's

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