This Morning's Phillip and Holly issue 'foul language' warning to viewers over Miriam Margoyles

By Simon Duke

This Morning presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were forced to issue a 'foul language' warning over a guest coming up on Tuesday's show.

As she always does at the end of every day, Lorraine Kelly crossed over to her ITV colleagues to find out what they had coming up on their programme.

One of their guests was Miriam Margoyles, who has sworn on the show on numerous occasions before.

And pre-empting any bad language that may have come out of her mouth this time round, Holly teased: "expect fun, frolics and hopefully no foul language as Miriam Margoyles returns," as Phillip raised his eyebrows next to her.

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Harry Potter star Miriam famously told the presenters "I'm p***ed off with myself" as she spoke about her body hang-ups on the show last year.

She also dropped a swear word when recalling a visit to Buckingham Palace, explaining: "“I was invited to Buckingham Palace and the Queen asked me what I did.

“And I said, like a ****, I’m the best reader of stories in the whole world."

Miriam Margoyles was appearing on This Morning (ITV)

Viewers were looking forward to seeing what Miriam was going to come out with as she made her This Morning, while many are still divided by Holly and Phillip being back after their extended break.

One delighted viewer tweeted: "so glad to see Phillip and Holly back plus James Martin can a Monday get any better. Read Phil’s book over the summer really enjoyed it."

However another longed for Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes to return after they took over for seven weeks over the summer.

They reacted: "More Ruth and Eamonn, less Holly and Phillip."

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