Holly and Phillip deliver heartfelt message to Ukraine – but fans spot false virtual flags

This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield kicked off today’s ITV show with a message to Ukrainians amid Russian aggression

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This Morning – Holly and Phil show solidarity with Ukraine

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield delivered a heartfelt message to Ukraine as the Russian invasion unfolded.

However, some fans raised their eyebrows after claiming that the virtual flags added to the studio background were the wrong way.

Introducing today’s show, Phil said: “Over the weekend we all saw images of grief continue to emerge from Ukraine.”

“Well, there’s been a lot of support around the world,” Holly continued. “Tearful protesters gathered in London over the weekend to express their anger at the Russian invasion.”

Phil said: “The protests were in Berlin, Milan, Madrid, Tokyo. “Even inside Russia, it is reported that around 2,000 people have been arrested. You may have noticed that we added some Ukrainian flags to our river view this morning to show our support. our solidarity and solidarity with the Ukrainian people.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield delivered a message to Ukraine this Morning



“If you’re watching and you have friends or family there at the moment, we just send our words of love and support.”

And while viewers liked that those present paid tribute, some were a bit confused to see the flags being hung upside down.

One person tweeted with a bittersweet emoji: “You only have 1 flag in the correct ring.”

While another commented: “Hey @thismorning! Maybe you should adjust those flags in the background accordingly. #ThisMorning.”

It comes after Holly admitted that she was struggling to explain the crisis to her children.

On Instagram on Friday morning, This Morning presenter Holly, 41, shared an image of a military tank and soldiers – confessing that she was struggling to answer her children’s questions. about the conflict.

After the first day of the war in Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced in the east that 137 people had been killed and 316 wounded, following attacks in key cities around the country.

Speaking to her 7.6 million followers, Holly wrote: “How do I explain this to my kids… I was asked questions last night that I had no answers for. …[broken heart emoji]. “

* This morning airs at 10 a.m. weekdays on ITV

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