Dominos Pizza in savage dig at Holly and Phil after queue row

This Morning: Holly Willoughby addresses queue jumping claims

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Domino’s Pizza has tweeted a dig at Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby following a row over their queueing for Queen Elizabeth II’s lying-in-state.

Both This Morning presenters appeared to some to have jumped the line to see the coffin while members of the public waited for as long as 30 hours across London. Other celebrities, including David Beckham, waited hours to pay their respects at Westminster Hall over the weekend.

Domino’s Pizza today mocked the pair over the debate, tweeting: “Apologies to anyone waiting on their pizza, we’ve just received an order from Holly and Phil #ThisMorning”.

The dig has been retweeted nearly 10,000 times and liked by more than 75,000 people.

“This wins Twitter today,” one response read.

“Tweet of the day,” another reply states.

Another lept to Holly and Phil’s defence and said: “Don’t you start. Leave them alone, it’s just bullying now.”

Others praised the brand for its “savage” digs, Liverpool Echo reports.

Speaking on This Morning today, Holly said she and her co-host were given “official permission” to access the hall alongside other members of the media.

The 41-year-old said: “It was strictly for purposes of reporting on the event for millions of people in the UK, who haven’t been able to visit Westminster in person. 

“The rules were that we would quickly be escorted acround the edges to the platform at the back. In contrast, those paying respects walked along a carpeted area beside the coffin and were given time to pause.

“None of the journalists and broadcasters there took anyone’s place in the queue, and no one filed past the Queen. We of course respected those rules, however we realised that it may have looked like something else and therefore totally understand the reaction.

“Please know that we would never jump the queue.”   

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