Holly Willoughby left horrified that Alison Hammond called her “Miss Piggy”

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Holly Willoughby was shaken after she misheard Alison Hammond’s compliment on her wardrobe on Tuesday’s episode of This Morning.

The presenter, 39, was shocked after believing that Alison, 45, had called her “Miss Piggy” shortly before their show – but she actually said the star looked like the top model of the 60s, Twiggy in her denim dress.

Holly said: ‘Alison Hammond, who’s right behind my camera over there, said,’ You’re pretty like Miss Piggy ‘.

Miss Piggy? Holly Willoughby was shaken after she misheard Alison Hammond’s compliment on her wardrobe on Tuesday’s episode of This Morning

‘And I went, “Miss Piggy ?! »With Alison retorting:« No Twiggy! “

Holly continued, “Literally three seconds before going on air and she spat her water across the room! “

A laughing Holly said, “How to make a girl feel good, thank you very much. “

Alison said: “You look like Twiggy, you are gorgeous! Before adding: “I look like Miss Piggy”.

No: The 39-year-old presenter was shocked after believing that Alison, 45, called her 'Miss Piggy' shortly before their show - but she actually said the star looked like the top model from the 60s, Twiggy in her denim dress.

No: The 39-year-old presenter was shocked after believing that Alison, 45, had called her “Miss Piggy” shortly before their show – but she actually said the star looked like the supermodel from Les. 60s, Twiggy in her denim dress.

Co-host Phllip Schofield also jibed the set of Holly, saying she looked like a flight attendant.

He said, “You look like you’re out of Catch Me If You Can!” “

Another mistake later saw Alison realize she had lipstick on her teeth as she spoke about her upcoming documentary for Black History Month.

She said, ‘Sorry, I have lipstick on my teeth,’ as Holly replied, ‘ I tried to go subtly towards you. It’s on that one. We will definitely be doing lipstick tips on the show.

Holly and her family cut their summer vacation short when new quarantine rules were introduced to ensure she would be back this morning on September 1.

Misheard: Holly said: 'Alison Hammond, who's right behind my camera over there, said: "You're pretty like Miss Piggy"

Misheard: Holly said, ‘Alison Hammond, who’s right behind my camera over there, said,’ You look pretty like Miss Piggy ‘

Annoying: Alison said: 'You look like Twiggy, you are gorgeous!  before adding:

Annoying: Alison said, “You look like Twiggy, you are gorgeous! “Before adding:” I look like Miss Piggy “

Icon: Muppets legend Miss Piggy is pictured with Kermit The Frog in 2014

Icon: Muppets legend Miss Piggy is pictured with Kermit The Frog in 2014

The shoot came after Holly lamented the new ‘six-person rule’ after England received updated restrictions on coronaviruses following a spike in infections last month.

Speaking on This Morning, she asked if she was going to have to choose between her mother Lynne, 71, or her father Terry, during the Christmas season, due to a family of five.

At present, no more than six people are allowed to assemble in England – with a few exceptions, including going to school, work or ‘exceptional life events’.

Theft to catch?  Co-host Phllip Schofield also jibed over the set of Holly, saying she looked like a flight attendant

Theft to catch? Co-host Phllip Schofield also jibed over the set of Holly, saying she looked like a flight attendant

Breaking these new restrictions will result in fines of £ 100, doubling for each incident up to £ 3,200. Holly has three children with her husband Dan, which means that only one of her parents would constitute the “six-person rule”.

Discussing the new restrictions with Matthew Wright this morning, the ITV star said, “A lot of people are wondering, ‘What will this mean for Christmas? What will Christmas be like?

“It’s going to be very awkward in my house because I’m a family of five, so I’ll have to choose between my mom and my dad on Christmas Day!”

To which Matthew, 55, replied, “I feel very confused and conflicted. The rules are different everywhere else in the UK.

“You can’t receive your parents on Christmas Day, but can you use public transport?” For my life, I have no meaning.

Holly added, “I guess the other thinking is how is someone going to enforce these rules. The government is going to have marshals to watch people.

Retro vibe: Holly looked stunning in a denim dress and white cowboy boots

Retro vibe: Holly looked stunning in a denim dress and white cowboy boots

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