On Thursday’s This Morning, the presenters visited Borough Market to support workers after the London Bridge terror attack.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were joined by traders, and looked delighted as they got to sample all of their food.
Many who worked there said it was “strange and eerie” before the famous market reopened yesterday.
Standing up to terrorism, they vowed not to be scared and carry on with their jobs.
Holly, 36, and Phil, 55, were even joined by chef Mark Hix who cooked up a storm.
Talking to the camera, Phil said: “We’re a mile away from our studios. It was a horrific night that affected people drinking and the traders, so we though we’d come and show our support.”
They spoke to Patrick Williams from Soul Food first, and he gave them a box of chicken, rice and mutton.
They tried some tasty grub at what has been hailed the ‘Disneyland of food’ and discovered how the community is pulling together.
First the pair spoke to Patrick Williams of Soul Food, who offered them a box of rice, chicken and mutton.
He said: “I think when things like this happen you find out how tight the community is. When something happens the upsurge of good wishes is incredible.”
Bakery stall owner Matt also joined them, and said: “We had eight guys working at that time. Two were very directly involved.
“They weren’t injured but were quite heroic. It was an absolute mess. They’re OK, they’ve both actually gone home as they wanted some time out.”
Holly shared a video of her hands making a love heart gesture around a Borough Market badge to show her own personal support.
“Thank for having us @boroughmarket … we’re with you… #loveborough 💚”, she wrote.
Viewers also praised the show for presenting at the market.
One said that they were “proud of all the traders & customers”, and that it was a “lovely change” to see them there.