Holly Willoughby removes Phillip Schofield from Twitter account amid fall-out

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    Holly Willoughby has removed Phillip Schofield from her social media account following claims the pair are “feuding."

    The presenting duo have fronted ITV's This Morning together for 14 years – but it was recently reported that Holly, 42, is "distancing herself" from her 62-year-old co-star.

    What’s more, Phil on Thursday (May 11) admitted that "the last few weeks haven't been easy for either" of them.

    READ MORE: Phillip Schofield breaks silence on Holly 'feud' as he admits it 'hasn't been easy'

    And now, eagle-eyed fans have noticed that Holly has wiped Phil’s name from her social media account – and it appears that it's not a recent change.

    Twitter fans have spotted how the blonde beauty has removed Phil’s name from her Twitter bio.

    She had previously written: "I was introduced to this by a Twitter legend," before tagging Phil.

    Her Twitter bio now reads: "Broadcaster, Founder of Wyldemoon, Brand ambassador for Marks & Spencer and Garnier, Author of Reflections.”

    What’s more, using the Way Back Machine website, it is believed Holly first removed Phil’s name from her bio sometime between February and May.

    And the name-removal didn’t go amiss from fans, who took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the big change.

    “Loads of reports that they've both fallen out and don't talk anymore. Holly's also removed the mention of Phil,” said one person.

    Another added: “Didn’t Holly’s Twitter bio say something about being introduced to Twitter by ‘a legend’ (ie Phil), now it’s not there…"

    Daily Star has contact Holly and Phil's reps for comment.

    It comes after Holly was reportedly left blindsided after Phillip released a statement to The Sun about their relationship, in which he said: "The last few weeks haven't been easy for us."

    But, according to Mail Online, Holly had no idea that Schofe would be releasing the statement, with her hearing of it for the first time when it was already online.

    ITV's golden duo have been under a lot of pressure in the past year and especially more recently.

    They came under fire last year after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, when they were accused of jumping the queue to pay respects at her coffin.


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