Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are enjoying a joint holiday in Portugal with their families as they take some time off from This Morning.
Holly and her family joined Phil, 56, and his clan in the sunny destination for a vacay and on Thursday, she took to Instagram to treat fans to a couple of snaps.
The first photo sees the duo beaming for the camera while wrapping their arms around each other as they enjoyed a late night swim.
Holly, 37, looked incredible in a neon pink swimsuit as she cosied up to a shirtless Phil.
Fans went wild for the snap and gushed over the pair’s friendship.
One person said: “Omg I love you two so much! The relationship you have is so wonderful.”
Another wrote: “You two are so cute!” while a third added: “What a friendship.”
Shortly before her post, Holly shared another picture showing Phil swimming under water and pulling a funny face for the camera.
Holly captioned the post: “@schofe fish.”
Over the years, Holly and Phil have holidayed together with their respective partners.
Holly is married to husband Daniel Baldwin and the couple have three children, while Phil is married to wife Stephanie Lowe and they have two daughters.
Earlier this week, Phil’s daughter Ruby shared a few photos and videos from their holiday.
One clip sees Phil having a conversation with Ruby’s partner as they enjoyed a meal at restaurant Casa Velha.
Taking to his Snapchat, Phil posted a clip of himself drinking a pint of beer when Holly made a surprising appearance.
Giving a huge smile to the camera, Holly shouted: “Hi!” as the pair burst into hysterics.
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The blonde beauty looked glam in a leopard-print outfit and a pair of oversized shades.
Holly and Phil have six weeks this summer away from This Morning to enjoy a well-deserved break.
Eamonn Holmes and his wife Ruth Langsford are filling in for the pair.
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