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Holly Willoughby adheres to social distancing guidelines as she picks up supplies at a supermarket


Holly Willoughby was spotted adhering to social distancing guidelines as she picked up supplies at a supermarket.

The This Morning host, 39, donned leather gloves and stood the recommended two metres apart from the next person as she queued to get into her local Marks & Spencer store.

And Holly certainly made the most of her opportunity to stock up on essentials as she later emerged with bags filled to the brim with groceries.

Stocking up: Holly Willoughby was spotted adhering to social distancing guidelines as she picked up supplies at a supermarket amid the coronavirus lockdown

Stocking up: Holly Willoughby was spotted adhering to social distancing guidelines as she picked up supplies at a supermarket amid the coronavirus lockdown

Stocking up: Holly Willoughby was spotted adhering to social distancing guidelines as she picked up supplies at a supermarket amid the coronavirus lockdown

The star was initially seen emerging from her car with empty bags, ready to pick up goods for her family – husband Dan Baldwin, 45, and children Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, five. 

Holly wrapped up warm in a black padded jacket emblazoned with the word ‘LOVE’ down the back.

She teamed her jacket black leggings and trainers for a low-key look.

While the TV star swept her blonde tresses into a bun and shielded her eyes with dark sunglasses. 

Sensible distance: The This Morning host, 39, donned leather gloves and stood the recommended two metres apart from the next person as she queued to get into her local Marks & Spencer store

Sensible distance: The This Morning host, 39, donned leather gloves and stood the recommended two metres apart from the next person as she queued to get into her local Marks & Spencer store

As she stood in the queue to enter the shop, Holly was careful to keep her distance from other shoppers, as per guidelines issued by the government in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19.

She later left the store with an armful of bags before presumably making her way home.

Holly and her co-star Phillip Schofield have continued to host This Morning live from the studio amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Supplies: And Holly certainly made the most of her opportunity to stock up on essentials as she later emerged with bags filled to the brim with groceries

Supplies: And Holly certainly made the most of her opportunity to stock up on essentials as she later emerged with bags filled to the brim with groceries

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Ready to shop: The star was initially seen emerging from her car with empty bags, ready to pick up goods for her family - husband Dan Baldwin, 45, and children Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, five

Ready to shop: The star was initially seen emerging from her car with empty bags, ready to pick up goods for her family - husband Dan Baldwin, 45, and children Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, five

Ready to shop: The star was initially seen emerging from her car with empty bags, ready to pick up goods for her family – husband Dan Baldwin, 45, and children Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, five

Let's go: The star left her luxury car with plastic bags ahead of her grocery shop

Let’s go: The star left her luxury car with plastic bags ahead of her grocery shop

During Tuesday’s instalment, the hosts insisted they’re still required to come into work as the government have classed them as ‘essential workers’, after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged the nation into a lockdown.

In a bid to cheer the nation during the global crisis, presenters Holly and Phil, 57, took a trip down memory lane by looking back at their best bits on the show, leaving the duo in fits of giggles.

Addressing their viewers following Boris’ speech on Monday, media personality Phil said: ‘Lets start off by explaining probably for the first time ever, why we are here today.’

Casual look: Holly wrapped up warm in a black padded jacket emblazoned with the word 'LOVE' down the back

Casual look: Holly wrapped up warm in a black padded jacket emblazoned with the word ‘LOVE’ down the back

Chilled: While the TV star swept her blonde tresses into a bun and shielded her eyes with dark sunglasses

Chilled: While the TV star swept her blonde tresses into a bun and shielded her eyes with dark sunglasses

Looking good: Holly cut a casual figure in her sporty ensemble as she headed to the shops

Looking good: Holly cut a casual figure in her sporty ensemble as she headed to the shops

His co-star – who practised social distancing by sitting a few feet away from him – added: ‘The government has classed us as essential workers for the time being, as we are here to answer your questions and inform you on what is happening.’

Phil highlighted that their studio crew has been scaled back, adding: ‘We are running with a skeleton staff and for now on, with lots of people working from home.

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‘In fact, the mobile crew have brought the cameras through from GMB through a hole in the wall. There are millions of others quite rightly staying at home.’

Staying safe: Holly took precautions by wearing gloves for the shopping trip

Staying safe: Holly took precautions by wearing gloves for the shopping trip

Ready to go: Holly looked prepared as she headed into her local supermarket

Ready to go: Holly looked prepared as she headed into her local supermarket

On Monday night, the head of the government ordered the immediate closure of all non-essential shops and threatened people with fines or even arrest if they do not ‘stay at home’.

The shutdown will last for a minimum of three weeks and the UK’s new state of emergency is unprecedented in modern history.

Gatherings of more than two people will be banned in the most dramatic curbs on freedom ever seen in Britain in time of peace or war, as the government goes all out to stop the spread of the killer disease, which has claimed 1,019 so far. 

Safe: As she stood in the queue to enter the shop, Holly was careful to keep her distance from other shoppers

Safe: As she stood in the queue to enter the shop, Holly was careful to keep her distance from other shoppers

Rules: She followed the guidelines issued by the government in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19

Rules: She followed the guidelines issued by the government in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19

Rules: She followed the guidelines issued by the government in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19

Wait: Holly waited patiently to enter the store alongside other shoppers

Wait: Holly waited patiently to enter the store alongside other shoppers

Apart: Other shoppers stood the designated two metres apart

Apart: Other shoppers stood the designated two metres apart

It comes as Holly and Phil’s fellow This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes defended sitting close together on Friday’s episode of the show.  

Eamonn was quick to explain that as they are a married couple and live in the same household, they are allowed to sit in close proximity.

As the show kicked off, he told viewers: ‘In regards to social distancing, don’t bother phoning in and asking “why are these two sitting close together?”.

Food run: Shoppers queued to enter the store, while a member of staff watched over proceedings

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Food run: Shoppers queued to enter the store, while a member of staff watched over proceedings

‘We are together, we live together. A lot of people think how could she have pulled him? But we even share a bed when I don’t fall asleep downstairs in the sofa.’

Ruth then added: ‘A lot of people think it’s a fake marriage… they think I’m punching!’

Eamonn then explained: ‘If it was me and Rochelle Humes we would be two metres apart.’

Tough times: Citizens headed out to the supermarket amid the nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus

Tough times: Citizens headed out to the supermarket amid the nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus

Got it! She later left the store with an armful of bags before presumably making her way home

Got it! She later left the store with an armful of bags before presumably making her way home

Got it! She later left the store with an armful of bags before presumably making her way home

Loaded up: Holly's big haul will no doubt last her and her brood a while

Loaded up: Holly’s big haul will no doubt last her and her brood a while

To which Ruth quipped: ‘Much to your disappointment… you’re stuck with me.’

As the couple later discussed the COVID-19, Eamonn then told how his wife has been feeling ‘anxious’ amid the pandemic.

He said: ‘A lot of people are very anxious. I’m looking at my wife, she’s a very anxious person.

‘I visibly watch her getting more and more anxious. She is addicted.’

Eamonn continued: ‘She puts on Piers Morgan and he scares the life out of her from 6am. I watch her face so anxious.’

Still working: Holly and her co-star Phillip Schofield have continued to host This Morning live from the studio amid the coronavirus pandemic

Still working: Holly and her co-star Phillip Schofield have continued to host This Morning live from the studio amid the coronavirus pandemic

On air: During Tuesday's instalment, the hosts insisted they're still required to come into work as the government have classed them as 'essential workers', after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged the nation into a lockdown

On air: During Tuesday’s instalment, the hosts insisted they’re still required to come into work as the government have classed them as ‘essential workers’, after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged the nation into a lockdown



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