Holly Willoughby has been pictured in Portugal following her This Morningco-host Phillip Schofield's bombshell revelation he had an affair with a much younger male colleague while married to his wife Stephanie.
Holly, 42, has been taking a two-week break from the ITV programme while the storm blows over and has now been pictured with her family in the Algarve. Rocking a pair of denim shorts and a black vest top in photos obtained by MailOnline, Holly was seen dining at Os Agostinhos in Quarteira amid the ongoing drama.
She was joined by her parents Linda and Brian, sister Kelly, and her three children.
With her blonde hair in a tousled style and a pair of shades shielding her eyes from the sun, Holly certainly seems to be making the most of her time off from the popular daytime programme.
The trip is no doubt bittersweet for the Dancing on Ice star, who regularly holidayed with Phillip in the Algarve every summer.
Phillip, 61, resigned from ITV on Friday and was dropped by his agency YMU following the revelations about his personal life.
The presenting duo haven't been seen together since Holly issued a scathing statement about Phillip's affair.
She wrote on Instagram last weekend: "It's taken time to process yesterday's news. When reports of this relationship first surfaced, I asked Phil directly if this was true and was told it was not. It's been very hurtful to find out that was a lie. Holly."
After Phillip's exit from the show a few days before news of his affair broke, Holly released a brief statement which read: "Hi everyone... It's been over 13 great years presenting This Morning with Phil and I want to take this opportunity to thank him for all of his knowledge, his experience and his humour. The sofa won't feel the same without him."
Following increasing media attention surrounding Holly and Phillip's friendship and the blonde beauty's future on the show, it was confirmed that Holly would be taking a two-week break from presenting the series, with Alison Hammond presenting in the meantime alongside Dermot O'Leary and Craig Doyle.
ITV bosses have since reassured fans that Holly will be back, telling Manchester Evening News: "As per our statement on Saturday 20th May, Holly Willoughby will return to This Morning on Monday 5th June following an extended half term break."
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