Holly Willoughby left red-faced after she's mocked for lingerie malfunction live on This Morning

HOLLY Willoughby was left red-raced after Alice Beer mocked her for a lingerie malfunction live on This Morning.

The 41-year-old giggled as she explained what happened during Monday's episode of the ITV show.

While trying to tell viewers what was coming up in the show Holly burst into a fit of giggles and said: "You lot are very naughty.

"As I sat down, I may have pulled the edge of my Spanx up slightly just to get it in a more comfortable position.

"And then Alice Beer did a very fetching impression of me."

The camera then cut to consumer journalist Alice who was mockingly pulling up her own skirt and laughing, before adding: "It was very Les Dawson!"

Holly's co-host Phillip Schofield then pointed out that, as it happened off-screen, Holly needn't have explained herself.

He said: "I'm not entirely sure you needed to own up to any of that."

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But Holly quipped: "I do when I start to giggle and people will be wondering what I'm giggling at, and it's naughty Alice Beer."

Elsewhere on the show Holly was left in tears after watching a video of a young girl in a Kyiv bomb shelter.

The girl, whose name is Amelia, kept everyone's spirits up with a performance of Let It Go from Disney's Frozen.

It left Holly with tears in her eyes as she said: "Such innocence, isn't it."

Gyles Brandreth added: "We're seeing the worst and the best of humanity in this crisis aren't we?"

Camilla Tominey added: "I hadn't seen that before actually. She's the age of my youngest daughter. It's awful."

Her voice cracking, Holly replied: "It's horrible, it's horrible." Then after a long pause she added: "We'll be back after this break."

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