HOLLY Willoughby wrapped up in a stylish navy coat as she hit the shops in West London on Good Friday.
The This Morning star, 40, parked her 4×4 Mercedes and showed no signs of the back injury that caused her grief on the ITV show earlier in the week.
Holly finished her look with skinny jeans, white Nike trainers and a black face mask.
The star was left struggling to walk after disaster struck near the end of Tuesday’s This Morning.
She explained that she was forced to swap her elegant heels for “flip flops” after suffering an injury.
Holly said: “During the show I uncrossed my legs and have pulled my back because now I’m over 40. That’s the stuff that happens.
“I’ve got my flip-flops on and I can’t wear my heels.”
Phillip Schofield added: “It took a long time to get her back in from outside let me tell you.”
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Holly replied: “They nearly had to wheel me out! If it hadn’t been for social distancing I’d have been on your back.”
The star was shown walking gingerly back into the Television Centre studios in West London after a feature where she and Phillip Schofield presented the show outside in the sunshine.
Holly was seen carrying her shoes in one hand with her script in the other as she shuffled indoors to host the end of the show.
She explained that she wasn’t able to move during the final game of Spin To Win – leaving Phillip to taking on her usual role operating the tombola.