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Holly Willoughby and husband Dan Baldwin channel the 70s on night out


Holly Willoughby looked incredible in a thigh-split gown as she arrived at Annabel’s London with husband Dan Baldwin at Thursday.

The This Morning host, 41 – whose show was taken off-air earlier in the day when ITV studios was evacuated due to a bomb threat – displayed her toned frame in the glittering multicoloured sequin gown with a racy split.

Holly accentuated her toned legs with some towering heels and sported a pastel pink feather boa.

70s baby: Holly Willoughby looked incredible in a thigh-split gown as she arrived at Annabel's London with husband Dan Baldwin at Thursday

70s baby: Holly Willoughby looked incredible in a thigh-split gown as she arrived at Annabel’s London with husband Dan Baldwin at Thursday

Her tresses were styled in soft waves and she sported a rich palette of make-up.

TV producer Dan channelled the 70s in a cream shaggy coat, flares, platform trainers and aviators as he stepped out – completing his look with a blonde quiff.    

The outing comes after Holly’s co-host Phillip Schofield revealed he spent the afternoon in the pub with his This Morning colleagues after ITV studios were evacuated due to a suspicious package.

The presenter took to Instagram to reveal he’d returned to his dressing room to ‘pick up his house keys’ after the show was forced to cut to a highlights reel in the wake of the scare. 

Glitz: The This Morning host, 41 - whose show was taken off-air earlier in the day when ITV studios was evacuated due to a bomb threat - displayed her toned frame in the glittering multicoloured sequin gown with a racy split

Glitz: The This Morning host, 41 – whose show was taken off-air earlier in the day when ITV studios was evacuated due to a bomb threat – displayed her toned frame in the glittering multicoloured sequin gown with a racy split

Costume party: TV producer Dan channelled the 70s in a cream shaggy coat, flares, platform trainers and aviators as he stepped out - completing his look with a blonde quiff

Costume party: TV producer Dan channelled the 70s in a cream shaggy coat, flares, platform trainers and aviators as he stepped out – completing his look with a blonde quiff

Toned: Her tresses were styled in soft waves and she sported a rich palette of make-up

Toned: Her tresses were styled in soft waves and she sported a rich palette of make-up

Cute couple: The pair looked in great spirits as they headed inside to a party

Cute couple: The pair looked in great spirits as they headed inside to a party

Cute couple: The pair looked in great spirits as they headed inside to a party 

It comes after it was reported that Lorraine Kelly was named on the ‘suspicious package’ picked up by ITV security staff, which sparked the evacuation.  

Host Phillip took to social media to confirm that the threat was a false alarm, and he had spent the afternoon in the pub with his TV colleagues after filming came to an abrupt end.

He wrote: ‘Back in my dressing room @thismorning after a security alert. All OK and thankfully a false alarm. 

‘Thank you to our team @thisistvc and @metpolice_uk for being amazing… I’ve been to the pub with everyone, now back to get my house keys!’ 

Close call: The outing comes after Holly's co-host Phillip Schofield revealed he spent the afternoon in the pub with his This Morning colleagues after ITV studios were evacuated due to a suspicious package

Close call: The outing comes after Holly’s co-host Phillip Schofield revealed he spent the afternoon in the pub with his This Morning colleagues after ITV studios were evacuated due to a suspicious package

What's going on? The show's live broadcast came to an abrupt end when ITV replaced it with a highlights reel after the studios were evacuated

What’s going on? The show’s live broadcast came to an abrupt end when ITV replaced it with a highlights reel after the studios were evacuated

Loose Women’s Charlene White also revealed she enjoyed a slap-up lunch with her colleagues, tweeting: ‘The whole @LooseWomen team were really gutted we couldn’t do the show today!! Especially since Jane’s back from holiday. 

‘We did however spend the time wisely, by treating ourselves to lunch up the road for a good ol’ chinwag.’

A source later told The Sun that a box addressed to Lorraine had left her ‘very concerned’ and sparked the evacuation of the west London studios.

A source said: ‘Word quickly got around that whatever the box contained, it was addressed to Lorraine.

‘Everyone at ITV loves her – so people were upset and very concerned over the whole incident. Fortunately everyone is safe, but it shakes everyone up.’

Close call: It comes after it was reported that Lorraine Kelly was named on the 'suspicious package' picked up by ITV security staff, which sparked the evacuation

Close call: It comes after it was reported that Lorraine Kelly was named on the ‘suspicious package’ picked up by ITV security staff, which sparked the evacuation 

Vintage: Loose Women was also taken off air as staff were taken out of the studio due to a reported bomb scare, with on-screen text telling viewers the programme was pre-recorded

Vintage: Loose Women was also taken off air as staff were taken out of the studio due to a reported bomb scare, with on-screen text telling viewers the programme was pre-recorded

The news comes as ITV went off air for more than hour as staff were evacuated from the West London television studio.

This Morning and Loose Women both tweeted a statement in the wake of the scare, writing: ‘We apologise for the break in live programming today. We are currently running pre-recorded content and hope to be back with you soon.’ 

A spokesperson for ITV said: ‘Due to a suspected security alert, the building which ITV daytime broadcast from was safely evacuated. 

‘The issue has been resolved and staff have returned to the building following the all clear from the police. We apologise for the interruption to the schedule and we have now returned to normal programming.’

During its final ad break, This Morning returned with a reprisal of its opening titles followed by a collection of classic moments. 

The unexpected change in the TV schedule surprised many, with some taking to social media to share their bewilderment.

One wrote: ‘It took me a few minutes to realise this is a taped edition/ off air. What happened?’

Another wrote: ‘Someone has clearly pressed the wrong button and now I’m having to watch a man talk about a cactus. I’m literally dying at this point.’

Sorry! This Morning and Loose Women both tweeted a statement in the wake of the scare, apologising for the break in programming

Sorry! This Morning and Loose Women both tweeted a statement in the wake of the scare, apologising for the break in programming

Drama: Transport for London temporarily closed White City and Wood Lane stations while police responded, but the incident has since been stood down

Drama: Transport for London temporarily closed White City and Wood Lane stations while police responded, but the incident has since been stood down

‘I’ve not been paying attention all morning, is this a repeat?’ a third viewer posted.

‘I thought I’d passed out and woken up at 10am’ one baffled viewer posted. 

This Morning’s editor Martin Frizell took to Instagram Stories around 40 minutes after the channel first went off air.

Posting a snap of the show’s empty set, he wrote: ‘I blame the cheesecake.’ 

Transport for London closed White City and Wood Lane stations while police responded.

Unusual: This Morning returned from their planned ad break with a highlights reel of classic moments, before following into Loose Women with more pre-recorded content

Unusual: This Morning returned from their planned ad break with a highlights reel of classic moments, before following into Loose Women with more pre-recorded content

How odd! The unexpected change in the TV schedule surprised many, with some taking to social media to share their bewilderment

How odd! The unexpected change in the TV schedule surprised many, with some taking to social media to share their bewilderment

Oops! This Morning's editor Martin Frizell took to Instagram Stories around 40 minutes after the channel first went off air

Oops! This Morning’s editor Martin Frizell took to Instagram Stories around 40 minutes after the channel first went off air

TfL tweeted: ‘White City and Wood Lane stations closed: While the police respond to a security alert outside the station.’

A Met Police spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘At 11:14hrs on Thursday, 10 March, police were called to reports of a security alert at Wood Lane, White City.

‘It was reported a suspicious item had been discovered. The area was evacuated as a precaution and White City and Wood Lane tube stations were temporarily closed.

‘The incident was stood down shortly before 12:49hrs. An investigation is ongoing.’

Statement: A Met Police spokesperson told MailOnline: 'At 11:14hrs on Thursday, 10 March, police were called to reports of a security alert at Wood Lane, White City'

Statement: A Met Police spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘At 11:14hrs on Thursday, 10 March, police were called to reports of a security alert at Wood Lane, White City’ 

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