That morning’s presenter Holly Willoughby sparked concern after she shared a new photo on Instagram.
The 39-year-old TV star assumed she was tired, which led some fans to ask if she was okay.
Holly went to Instagram and said in view of her seven million followers: “Friday … could sleep until Monday.”
A fan replied and asked, “Are you okay ?!” and another concerned user wrote: “Your little twinkle is gone. Are you well dear lady “
Fans urged Holly Willoughby to take care of herself
While a third user encouraged, “Have a good rest @hollywilloughby, you always do a great job. Love everything you do “
And a fourth user said, “You work so hard, Holly. We appreciate it. They bring a little much needed sun into our lives. Of the same importance as vitamin D. “
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Others said they could be referring to Holly’s fatigue causing the current national lockdown.
One user wrote: “Snap mom! Home school and work hey? Chin up chick. You can do it.”
Some fans referred to Holly’s suffering
A second user shared, “Feel the same way. It’s been a very long week. “
A third user urged, “Stay strong, Holly. It won’t be like this forever. “
Holly has entertained the nation throughout the pandemic as she continues to host this morning four days a week with Phillip Schofield.
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On Friday, she expressed her horror at the idea that restrictions would still be in place until Christmas 2021.
She shared her disappointment after Professor Chris Whitty said a lockdown next Christmas was an option.
That morning Holly said, “I’m telling you who’s not a Sunbeam, that’s Professor Chris Whitty.
“Just as we are taking care of this lockdown and are hoping for Easter or at least summer, he comes out saying the UK may have to put coronavirus measures back in place next winter as well.”
Then clarify: “He said the virus will probably be a problem next Christmas as well, I mean!”
As he addressed the nation, Chris Whitty stated, “Things are being raised one step at a time.
“Then in time we will get to a point where people say that risk is a risk that people can tolerate and take with almost no restrictions.
“We may have to bring some in next winter, that’s possible because the winter benefits the virus.
“The goal, however, is to reduce the risk with the vaccine as much as possible so that we can get to the stage where the risk is incredibly low.”
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