Holly Willoughby leaves Phillip Schofield in stitches after spilling x-rated advice

Holly Willoughby left viewers of This Morning along with co-host Phillip Schofield in amused disbelief after she gave X-rated advice on Thursday’s show.

The presenters were discussing nipple tassels with Vanessa Feltz, who explained that her dad had brought in the racy accessories to the UK first.

Vanessa mentioned the correct way to operate the eye-catching covers was by rotating each one in the opposite direction to the other, to which Holly quickly added: “You have to move your feet up and down.”

Her knowing injection caused Phillip to react surprised before asking his co-host how she knew this helpful tip.

“A friend once told me!” Holly replied laughing as Vanessa giggled away.

This saucy confession from the usually wholesome ITV star triggered quite the shocked response from This Morning viewers, who wasted no time in giving their comments on the hilarious moment on the show.

“Apparently Holly Willoughby is a dab hand with the old nipple tassel’s, imagine that,” one person responded.

“Anyone else start listening when Holly was talking about that?” a second person said.

Phillip continued to reference the funny remarks later on in Thursday’s show during a game called Spin the Win, where he imitated spinning his own nipple tassels.

This spicy reveal from Holly comes after she was recently candid about feeling more comfortable and prouder in her body now to friend Fearne Cotton on her Happy Place podcast.

"I've done this [self-criticism], a lot of this, and particularly as you’re getting older when you hit your 40s, things change quite rapidly actually,” she said.

"We are heading towards that kind of menopausal time, skin is changing, hair is changing, body's changing – even having had a baby the shape of your body completely changes.

"I think that it's really important in those moments rather than look down and go, 'Oh my god, look at everything changing, I’m getting old, I’m getting more wrinkled. Oh my God, my t*ts are around my knees.'

"Instead of looking down, you’ve sort of got to look up with it and go, 'God, my body was able to carry a baby and my boobs breastfed three children and they were fine'.

"…You got to go, 'Yes my face is starting to sag and my eyes are blood shot and the rest of it', but 'I’m healthy and I’m ok and getting older is a privilege because not everyone else gets to be here'."

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