IN an ironic turn of events, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were forced into a queue outside the National Television Awards.
The pair were made to stand in line just weeks after they were accused of skipping the queue to see the late Queen Elizabeth II lie in state.
Holly and Phil insist they were working that day and had media passes, allowing them access to film the outing for a segment on This Morning.
Despite 'queue-gate', the pair both turned out for the NTAs tonight – but they arrived separately after Phil was reportedly running late.
They were both piled into a massive queue to enter the OVO Arena after they both walked the red carpet, snubbing questions from the press.
"Holly queuing up to go inside caused a few eyebrows to raise," said a source. "She got a really warm reception on the red carpet and was greeting fans with a huge smile on her face.
"She had no issue with queuing once she was ushered inside and stood with her husband Dan Baldwin," the source told The Sun.
Phillip was also snapped queuing as he arrived after Holly; he was seen queuing on the red carpet to go inside the venue with his daughter Molly.
An eyewitness told the outlet: "Phil was in good spirits – despite being crammed into a huge queue.
"No one said anything of course and he kept a low profile.
"He was with Molly and looked very relaxed. He didn't do any media interviews however and just arrived and queued up straight away to get inside."
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