His co-star Phillip Schofield recently launched his own brand of wines.
And Holly Willoughby showed support for her product as she posed with boxes of her wine to celebrate the end of another week of homework and homework.
The presenter of This Morning, 39, looked fresh as she put on makeup for free for the shot, saying, “I mean … it’s Friday.
Tipple: Holly Willoughby showed support for Phillip Schofield as she posed with boxes of her new wine line to celebrate the end of another week of homework and homework
While the nation is stranded against coronaviruses, Holly juggled presentation duties and home schooling with her three children, Harry, 10, Belle, nine, and Chester, five.
It was therefore not surprising that she enjoyed savoring a tipple this weekend.
Subtitling the picture, she wrote: “I mean … it’s Friday … work and home lessons are over for the week … I can’t go out for a drink with @schofe but I think it’s is the next best thing! Thank you @schofe for the most delicious wine! ‘
Chin-chin: The host of This Morning, 39, looked fresh as she put on free makeup for the photo saying “I mean … it’s Friday”
It comes just days after Holly had tasty cocktails earlier in the week during a segment of This Morning with Alison Hammond.
The star happily drank drinks, including a mojito and margarita while she and Phil made their own tipples in the studio.
Meanwhile, Phillip recently decided to use his wine tasting skills by launching his own line of wine boxes.
The 58-year-old presenter teamed up with When in Rome to put his name on some of their most popular wines, sold exclusively at Waitrose.
From bottom to top! Phillip decided to use his skills in wine tasting by launching his own range of wine cellars
Waitrose exclusivity: fans can buy Falanghina from Phil (white) and Nero di Troia (red), ethically sourced from independent Italian vineyards
Fans can buy a Falanghina (white) and a Nero di Troia (red), ethically sourced from independent Italian vineyards, in stores or online from the end of the month.
Phillip said, “I wanted numbers on how eco-friendly canned wine was and I wanted it to be good value. The result is something I thought I could really invest in.
“I really enjoyed the process of sourcing, selecting and now sharing these wines with everyone.
“I don’t think there is anything that interests me as much, so I hope everyone enjoys them as much as I do.” “
In Rome, CEO and co-founder Rob Malin said: “We are very pleased with this launch.
“We asked Phillip if he wanted to choose his own Italian artisanal wine, which really excited him, so we took a number of samples from all over Italy and let him choose his favorites. “
Cheers: 58-year-old presenter is still keen to have a tipple with co-host Holly Willoughby live this morning
The unlimited supply of sweet nectar will undoubtedly be a welcome relief for Philip, who was anxious about his best friend suffering from COVID-19.
The presenter admitted that his boyfriend still coughed badly after fighting the deadly disease and said he felt like he had been “hit by a truck”.
Earlier this month, Phil and Holly spoke out about fears for their friends and loved ones because they don’t know when the symptoms are severe enough to seek treatment at the hospital.
Holly said, “Friends I know have said that when you get sick, what you don’t realize is that you suddenly have this fear that you’re going to get worse and that it’s going to get worse and that you’re waiting for it when you call an ambulance or go to the hospital.
Bad news: the unlimited supply of sweet nectar will undoubtedly be a welcome relief for Phillip, who was worried about his best friend suffering from COVID-19
“When is it?” When do you know when you need hospital treatment?
This morning’s medical expert, Dr. Ron insisted that viewers should just listen to their own bodies, and if they reach a stage where they are unable to perform basic tasks, then they should consult a doctor.
Phillip then revealed that one of his best friends was battling the deadly disease and continues to feel bad.
He said, “One of my best friends – he got it and got it bad enough and he’s obviously made up of lies but coughs pretty badly, feeling like he’s been run over by a truck. Painful bones, that sort of thing.
Difficult: Earlier this month, Phil and Holly spoke openly about fears for their friends and loved ones because they don’t know when the symptoms are severe enough to seek treatment at the hospital