Holly Willoughby goes ‘missing’ from This Morning advert

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Holly Willoughby is not part of a This Morning job advert as ITV bosses are searching for a new producer.

The 42-year-old has fronted the ITV magazine show since 2009, but she is not included in ITV Careers’ latest Twitter post about a job opening.

Instead, Alison Hammon and Dermot O’Leary are the centre of the advert, taking a beaming selfie on the famous This Morning sofa.

“This Morning is looking for a talented digital producer to join our team, creating high-quality short-form content across multiple platforms,” the post reads.

Beneath the post is a website link for applicants to follow, and comments appear to be turned off.

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This Morning fans were in an uproar when Holly was absent from Monday’s show, with Dermot and Alison on hand to present.

Holly normally takes a six-week break for the summer, but the host appears to have scheduled extra time off.

In a break from tradition, Holly didn’t announce her break when she was last seen on This Morning on Thursday, as she simply told ITV viewers: “See you, bye.”

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Holly’s absence from the programme comes after she was inundated with support when she announced her mother-in-law had died.

It has been a difficult few months for Holly after her former This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield sensationally quit the ITV show after two decades.

He announced he was stepping from the show following an affair with a younger male colleague.

According to The Sun, Phillip and his former lover are set to be quizzed at length about their relationship in the coming weeks.

Holly, Alison and Dermot are also reportedly going to be asked about the situation which is expected to take 12 weeks to complete.

A permanent replacement for Phillip is yet to be officially announced by ITV chiefs, but stars like Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle have been hosting with Holly in recent weeks. 

This Morning airs on weekdays at 10am on ITV and ITVX. 

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