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By Sarah Bull

Cheeky! Phillip Schofield couldn't resist getting to grips with Holly Willoughby's bottom during a cookery demonstration on This Morning

She's got a curvy figure lusted after men all over the world.

So Phillip Schofield could be forgiven for getting slightly over-excited when he saw his This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby showing off her curves in a form-fitting red dress today.

And when the pair joined in a cookery demonstration with chef Gino D'Acampo on the ITV1 show today, Phillip couldn't resist getting to grips with Holly's bottom - planting a cheeky flour handprint on his co-presenter's curvy rear.

You've ruined my dress! But Phillip clearly thought his floury handprints on Holly's rear were hilarious, and posted a picture on Twitter

Holly, who had been learning how to make a pizza with Gino and Phillip, looked stunned as the silver fox grabbed her behind, but appeared to take it in good humour as Phillip later posted a picture of his handprints on her red dress on his Twitter page.

He accompanied the photo with the caption: 'Plain flour? @hollywills ? The temptation was just too much! :)'

Later in the day, Holly was seen showing off her figure in her stunning red dress as she and Phillip shot scenes for the show outside on London's South Bank.

Watch the master in action: Holly and Phillip learned how to make a pizza with Gino D'Acampo

Despite looking incredible in the autumnal outfit, size 12 Holly said previously that she wasn't concerned about losing her baby weight in a hurry.

Following the birth of her son Harry, Holly said: 'Even before I had Harry I was never that skinny, so I'm not worried about it.'

'I've loved seeing the changes in my shape. From the moment I found out I was pregnant, I couldn't wait to be huge!'

Al fresco broadcast: Holly and Phillip were later seen filming a fashion segment outside on London's South Bank

Red hot: Holly, who gave birth to daughter Belle in April, looked stunning in her form-fitting red dress

Holly returned to This Morning in September after taking maternity leave following the birth of gorgeous daughter Belle.

And as she returned to the ITV morning programme, Holly said: 'It has been wonderful becoming a mum again and spending time with my family but I'm really looking forward to being back on the sofa with Phillip and seeing the team again.'

She added that she and husband Dan Baldwin aren't planning on expanding their family any more in the near future, laughing: 'I keep having children which I'm not going to do for a little while now.'

Autumnal style: Holly teamed the dress with a pair of animal-print heels


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