They kept a recommended distance of two meters from each other when filming this Morning live.
But Twitter went into panic on Wednesday when, in a moment of excitement, Holly, 39, forgot about social distancing and ran to Phillip Schofield, 58.
Standing close to each other while participating in various experiments with resident scientist Zoe, Phillip said, “Don’t be so close. Come back, come back.
“The country just panicked”: Twitter panicked when Holly Willoughby FORGOTTEN the rules of social distancing and ran enthusiastically towards Phillip Schofield this morning Wednesday
Do you see the funny side? Phil told Holly to “come back” and the giggling presenter walked over to her side of the studio
Giggling Holly returned to his side of the studio and realizing his mistake, said, “Sure, two yards”.
Phil shouted, “Go back to your corner.”
Viewers quickly expressed their fears for Phillip.
Some felt that it was unfair that, even if they could not see family and friends for weeks, the hosts could stand side by side while experimenting.
They were going to find out if the paper clips are floating in the water and how to make a hoverboard with a ball
How They Are Normal: In the past few weeks, Holly and Phil have made sure to sit two meters apart as recommended for social distancing
Not happy: while the hosts did everything they could to stay safe, some thought it was unfair not to see family and friends while Holly and Phil were doing scientific experiments together
They come back: after realizing her mistake of Holly, Holly quickly returned to her side of the studio
Accidents happen: the duo accidentally approached a little over two meters
Viewers wrote, “#LooseWomen should we be in Holly forgetting and going to Phil’s house this morning. “
“Here is the uproar and the Internet trolls. Holly just got caught up in the excitement of science and forgot about the rules of social distancing when running to Phil. Embarrassing.
“Nice #SocialDistancing Holly and Phil”
“The whole country panicked at @thismorning and Holly forgetting about social distance. [Laughing] to Schofe rushing; they make my day.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that speculation that politicians are preparing to start relaxing the coronavirus locking restrictions has resulted in increased stress levels across Britain.
Easy to do: viewers quickly noticed the blunder but recognized that Holly had just caught up in the moment
The suggestion that social distancing could be relaxed has led people to fear that they are more likely to get COVID-19 and become seriously ill, with one in four (25%) admitting that it weighs in their mind.
This figure is up from around 18 per cent of people before rumors start to circulate that the government may lift certain locking restrictions.
UCL researchers interviewed more than 80,000 adults and found that fears of getting the virus were higher among women, people with children, key workers, people with mental health diagnoses, and people with low family income.
On Tuesday, it was reported that 29,427 people died from coronaviruses in the UK alone.
Staying busy: the duo had been tasked with a series of tasks to be accomplished by resident scientist Zoe (below)