Holly and Phillip in stitches after parents send in kid's 'dodgy' drawings

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were in fits of laughter on Tuesday’s This Morning after parents sent in their children’s rather ‘dodgy’ drawings.

At the start of the show, the hosts shared some of their favourite pictures that had been sent in by viewers.

Viewers were thrilled to see the hosts repeating the much-loved segment, something they have previously done before on the show, as – let’s be honest – there’s a lot of creative artwork out there just crying out to be seen by the masses.

Holly began by showing one drawing of Father Christmas, complete with an interesting array of hats that looked rather like, erm, appendages.

‘My nine-year-old daughter has been teaching my seven-year-old to draw,’ she laughed, reading out the viewer’s note.

‘Yes, you guessed it, Santa of course!’


Phillip read out another description of a drawing from a viewer: ‘My nine-year-old said this was me with a glass of wine in my hand.’

The image showed a woman with something in her hand, but whether or not it was a glass of wine is anybody’s guess.

‘Oh my god, what is this next one?’ Phillip quizzed, visibly starting to fall apart at the next piece of art.


As an image of a somewhat phallic, pink structure appeared on the screen, Holly read: ‘Oh, Jo says my kids made me a tree for Mother’s Day.’

By this point, the pair could not stop giggling.

Onto the next one, Phillip read out: ‘Laura says “My nine-year-old son drew Henry VIII for his lockdown homework.”‘

The Tudor king was seen holding something that was perhaps NSFW, prompting the This Morning to fall about on the TV sofa.

We do not blame them at all.

Viewers were also loving the segment, with one tweeting: ‘Brilliant way to start the show. Love some dodgy drawings.’

Another commented: ‘I love it when they show the kids drawings. We all need a laugh right now.’

One added: ‘Can every show start like this pls? i needed a laugh.’

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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