This Morning’s Holly Willoughby was discussing how she is finding being on lockdown while on the show on Monday.
The 39-year-old said she feels both happy and sad at times and her feelings are so extreme, she is just craving some middle ground.
Her words came after the show opened with a funny video of a man called Chris Franklin who made a song up called ‘Stay The F*** Home.’
Unsure: Holly Willoughby revealed on This Morning on Monday she is either ‘euphorically happy or desperately sad and is craving middle ground’ amid COVID: 19 lockdown
Giggling: Her words came after the show opened with a funny video of a man called Chris Franklin who made a song up called ‘Stay The F*** Home’
Holly said: ‘It’s utterly brilliant, at times like this, you do need a laugh, don’t you?’
Phillip Schofield, 57, said: ‘Here we are again, made it through another week. You OK?’
Holly said: ‘I swing between, I’m either ridiculously euphorically happy or else desperately sad and don’t know what to do. I want medium ground.’
Phillip said: ‘We’ve just got to ride this out, it will come.’
Carrying on as normal: Holly shared this look at her outfit on Instagram on Monday as she put a brave smile on things
The nation are currently under lockdown to curb the rise of the coronavirus, which has so far claimed the lives more than 30,000 people.
In the UK alone now, there are 19,522 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and there have been 1,228 deaths so far, with the number expected to rise.
The UK’s coronavirus outbreak looks to be slowing down because of the Government’s unprecedented decision to put Britain in lockdown, one of Number 10’s leading experts said today.
Offering her reassurance: Phillip said: ‘We’ve just got to ride this out, it will come’
Professor Neil Ferguson claims to have detected ‘early signs’ that the spread of the life-threatening infection was being curbed by the draconian measure, with the rate of increase in hospital admissions easing.
But Professor Ferguson – one of the authors of a bleak Imperial College London report that convinced Downing Street to ramp up its efforts to stop the crisis after warning that 250,000 Brits could die under a controversial plan to build-up ‘herd immunity’ – warned deaths are still likely to rise sharply as they lag two or three weeks behind the new infections.
He also suggested that up to three per cent of the UK – around two million people – might already have been infected, and said the figure could be as high as five per cent in London.
Making light of things: Holly had said the giggle was just what she needed as she and Phil let their hair down a little on air