This Morning ‘scrapping Holly and Phil’s saucy segments’ while kids are at home

This Morning producers are reportedly going to ensure that the more risqué element from the daytime show is removed – at least for the next few weeks.

Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have been known to have a giggle at lewd suggestions and innuendos while presenting the show but this will be turned off while children are being homeschooled and could be listening in.

There will also be a cull of ‘saucy segments’ in the show, when Holly and Phil get to grips with stories and features that might have a more sexual nature to them.

In the past, they have discussed sex positions for the over-60s and life-size sex dolls.

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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield present This Morning

They have also had a notorious 81-year-old West Country grandma reveal what she does with her 35-year-old Egyptian toyboy and a “whole tub of KY jelly”.

With schools being closed due to the third national lockdown, there has been a sharp rise on the number of children that are watching breakfast and morning TV shows.

A TV insider told The Sun : “Before lockdown, producers could explore adult themes safe in the knowledge the majority of kids would be in class.

“Now most of them are back home and This Morning doesn’t want to run the risk of upsetting any mums and dads.”

This Morning will be cutting their 'saucy segments'
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The source continued to say that “important subjects” were not going to be ignored but “explicit” items will be off the menu.

Having said that, show bosses recognise that being a live show, there may be times when Holly and Phil are “in fits” if a “slip of the tongue or a saucy innuendo” happens.

It could be a while for the daytime hosts to keep themselves in check as it is expected that schools will be closed for more pupils until the end of February as the spread of coronavirus is brought under control.

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