Holly Willoughby put the latest Philip Schofield drama behind her as she partied with her pals on a 12-hour day trip to Glastonbury on Friday.
This morning the star, 42, was spotted with her husband Dan Baldwin in a helicopter for the highly anticipated competition.
It was her first public appearance since Philip resigned from ITV after he admitted to having an affair with a much younger male colleague on This Morning.
But Holly put her latest troubles behind her when she reportedly enjoyed a 12-hour day trip to Glastonbury on Friday as the Arctic Monkeys performed.
She partied and danced until the early hours with Princess Eugenie, Peter Crouch, actor Jamie Dornan and Lily James. The sun.
Fun times: Holly Willoughby put the latest Philip Schofield drama behind her as she partied with her pals on a 12-hour day trip to Glastonbury on Friday.
Footage obtained by the publication confirmed that Holly had the time of her life as she left her worries behind and danced the night away.
An insider told The Sun of her race day: “Holly was laughing and joking with her friends from the moment she hit the shore.
“They had access to the Winnebago VIP campsite, but Holly seemed very interested in the group.”
Holly is said to have seen the Arctic Monkeys headliner in the crowd with footballer Peter Crouch and his partner Abbey Clancy.
It’s also safe to say that the presenter socialized in the VIP room earlier than partying at The Rabbit Hole until 2am with actress Lily and Irish star Jamie.
An onlooker added: “She was dancing non-stop and having a ball. It was clear that the stress of the last few months had eased and Holly looked happier than ever.
It comes after her former co-star Philip, 61, resigned from ITV and was dropped by his agency YMU after admitting she had a “reckless but not illicit” affair with a younger male colleague.
Grief: It was her first major public appearance since Philip quit ITV after he admitted having an affair with a much younger male co-star on This Morning.
Partying: Holly reportedly partied and danced until the early hours with Princess Eugenie, Peter Crouch, actor Jamie Dornan and Lily James (pictured).
Since returning on This Morning on June 5, Holly has dismissed the drama surrounding Philip’s departure and has introduced the rotation of co-hosts on This Morning.
The meeting was kept secret for years until Philip admitted to The Mail on Sunday that he had lied, that it was just a rumour.
He also admitted lying to his employer ITV, colleagues, friends and his then agents at management firm YMU.
He then apologized for all the damage in an extraordinary series of mea culpa interviews.
This had an extraordinary domino effect for the show and ITV, and Holly had to say she knew nothing about it.
But Philip insisted he had not ‘looked after’ the person, apart from the first meeting when he was 15.
Drama: Since returning on This Morning on June 5, Holly has played down the drama surrounding Philip’s departure and offered up a rotating co-host on This Morning.
The reception: Phillips, 61, resigned from ITV and was dropped by his company YMU after admitting he had a “reckless but not illicit” affair with a youthful male colleague.
He said: “Attraction is attraction. It’s no different in the gay world than it is in the straight or lesbian world.
“There should be no difference. This is where homophobia comes in. We first met when he was 15, I attended drama school (he did).
So yes, there is a difference. It’s accepted by Leonardo DiCaprio, it’s not accepted if it’s in the gay world.
Titanic actor Leo, 48, has reportedly had several relationships with girls younger than him.