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This Morning's Holly Willoughby celebrates good news after difficult month
difficult few weeks in the public eye, Holly Willoughby has received some good news! The This Morning host has extended her contract with M&S.MORE: Holly Willoughby shares rare glimpse inside beautiful family kitchenA spokesperson for M&S told MailOnline: "We have extended our contract with Holly, and we will continue to work with her." It has been reported that the 41-year-old will continue to be the high street brand's ambassador for at least two more years.WATCH: Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield break silence on 'queue jumping' controversyThe news comes shortly after Holly - along with co-host Phillip Schofield - faced a substantial amount of public backlash over claims they skipped the queue for the Queen's lying in state.MORE: ITV confirm Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will not lose jobs over queue jump controversySEE: Holly Willoughby shares coping mechanism for surviving stressful timesLast week, ITV confirmed that the two hosts will not lose their jobs. Dame Carolyn McCall, who is the chief executive of ITV, said that their jobs at the broadcaster are safe, but revealed that both presenters were not "feeling great" about the situation.As programme bosses previously confirmed, the daytime presenters were given a separate access line for media to enter Westminster Hall and film a segment for the popular show that aired the day after the Queen's funeral.However, despite this, both Holly and Phil have been targeted on social media over claims they jumped the hours-long public queue.
Holly Willoughby signs '7 figure' deal with M&S as Phillip Schofield’s £1m account ends
Holly Willoughby has signed a seven-figure deal with retail giant M&S after facing backlash for ‘skipping the queue’ to see the Queen lying in state.The This Morning presenter has been working as a brand ambassador for the retailer since 2018, and now M&S bosses have decided to extend her contract.By contrast, her co-star Phillip Schofield, who joined her during the ‘Queue-Gate’ ordeal, had his £1million deal with We Buy Any Car come to an end.READ MORE: Phillip Schofield 'dumped from £1m We Buy Any Car deal' amid queue-jumping claims A statement from Marks & Spencer confirmed: “We have extended our contract with Holly, and we will continue to work with her."While an insider told MailOnline of the deal: “Holly has been amazing for Marks & Spencer and has their full support.”When fans noted that Phil’s face had disappeared from the We Buy Any Car advertisements, a spokesperson insisted that his deal ending has nothing to do with the skipping the line backlash.They said: “Webuyanycar and Phillip Schofield agreed earlier this year that the webuyanycar/Phillip Schofield campaign would come to an end in 2022, having worked together for over five years.“The decision was made prior to any recent stories regarding Phillip.”It comes after ITV bosses insisted Phil and Holly’s jobs on the network are secure despite circulating reports to the contrary, with Chief Executive Dame Carolyn McCall saying: “They did have accreditation. Lots of people saying they didn’t.