Holly Willoughby is set to return to 'This Morning' on Wednesday (05.04.17).
The 36-year-old presenter was forced to take two days off from the brunchtime show this week after she was struck down with a sickness bug, but she has assured fans she's "feeling much better" and will rejoin her co-host Phillip Schofield today.
Taking to her Twitter account this morning, the blonde beauty thanked fans for their feedback on her pre-recorded show 'Blow the Whistle' last night (04.04.17) and told them that she will be back in the 'This Morning' studio to present with the silver fox.
She said: "Thank you for all your lovely messages, I'm feeling much better and will be at This Morning (sic)."
Holly's unexpected illness threw the show into chaos on Monday (03.04.17) when she rang in at the last minute to tell bosses she wasn't well enough to present.
Rylan Clark-Neal - who usually presents the showbiz segment on the programme - stepped in just before they went on air so Phillip wasn't doing the show by himself.
Phillip said: "Holly's not well today so I've be given the most unlikely partner. I can't wait for this. They said Rylan was coming in and I said I'd do it on my own."
Luckily bosses were given a bit more time to find a temporary host yesterday and the show saw Phillip reunited with Sarah Greene for the first time in 24 years.
The pair previously hosted 'Going Live!' - a children's weekend show - together for six years almost two-and-a-half decades ago.
Phillip said on the show: "Holly is not well.
"There is a bug in the Willoughby-Baldwin household, and Belle [her daughter] is ill again. So she's not well and also having to cope with poorly children as well."