Holly Willoughby does her best ‘mum dance’ in hilarious pictures from This Morning

Holly Willoughby gets jiggy and does her best mum-dancing with her co-host Phillip Schofield in the latest edition of This Morning.

The 40 year old star is in the full Christmas spirit on the ITV show Saturday, in a pre-recorded Christmas Day special of the show.

And while there’s some emotional scenes between the presenters, there’s also plenty of cheesy fun to get families in the mood.

In a series of snaps depicting the stars having a whale of a time with the crew, Holly even hikes up her skirt at one point as she gets involved in a game involving a clear glass bottle.

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Laughing her head off, she and Phil appear to be taking the segment seriously with the latter even crouching right down.

Later on, guest host Josie Gibson also gets involved in the fun, with celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo joining in.

It appears the group are trying to drop something into their respective bottles without using their hands, and mum-of-three Holly even puts her hands up in the air and cheers for joy at one point.

The star rocks a sumptuous green velvet top and a red tartan knee-length skirt for the show’s festive edition.

She pairs her outfit with a pair of red velvet heels embellished in jewels on the toe.

Meanwhile, Josie looks every inch the goddess in a red floor-length gown with winged shoulders.

Her hair is styled into a curly blow dry and she pairs the ensembles with a pair of sparkled pointed heels.

During the programme, Holly also leaves her best friend of decades Phil in tears.

With a special Christmas gift for her co-presenter, Holly reads out a poem created by her and poet Tom Foolery.

In it, she jokes about their time together on the show, their memories and hilarious anecdotes along the way.

She also says Phil is “kind” and “always puts people at ease”.

As the poem comes to an end, Phil is left fighting back the tears, overwhelmed with the touching tribute from his friend.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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