Holly Willoughby practised some exemplary social distancing as she nipped outside to go shopping.
The This Morning presenter did a food shop at Marks & Spencers and was forced to join the long queue outside as the shop limited the number of people allowed in at a time, due to coronavirus regulations.
Holly, 39, duly stood two metres apart from the other queueing shoppers as she waited to be let in.
She dressed casually in a puffer jacket with the word “love” written down the back, black leggings, trainers and sunglasses, with gloves on to keep her hands free of germs.
And the eco-friendly mum-of-three made sure she brought her bags for life with her, to avoid buying new plastic carrier bags.
She was spotted leaving the door with items including cleaning products and daffodils, before loading up her bags into the boot of her car.
Holly has still been appearing on This Morning and has been home schooling her children during the coronavirus lockdown.
Speaking to Vanessa Feltz and psychologist Emma Kenny, Holly said: “I think the biggest gift you can give your children right now at this moment in time is not necessarily to give them a big timetable of things to do.
“It’s just to make them feel as calm and as loved and as safe as possible.”
Holly recently apologised on This Morning after she was confronted with a hilarious impression of her and co-host Phil Schofield.
Comedian ‘Chi with a C’ impersonated the entire ITV daytime team in a side-splitting ten minute video that has gone viral on social media.
A short clip was shown at the start of Thursday’s This Morning that showed Chi act out one of Holly and Phil’s infamous uncontrollable giggling fits.
“Phil, Phil, stop it!” she wheezed as a laughing Holly.
The cameras then cut to the real Holly and Phil in the studio.
While Phil giggled away, Holly sat straight-faced.
“Ah there we go!” cried Phil in delight.
“I know I know,” replied Holly. “It does happen quite frequently. I apologise,” she said of the giggling. “But well done,” she added.