Holly Willoughby fans spot huge blunder as she supports Phillip Schofield ahead of Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration

HOLLY Willoughby suffered an unfortunate blunder while supporting Phillip Schofield ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration.

The TV star said she'll be tuning in to watch Phillip, 60, present coverage of the first televised event to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne.

Holly, 41, shared a photo of her This Morning co-star outside Windsor Castle on Instagram and wrote: "That’s my evening sorted."

The TV maestro also told fans to tune in on ITV at 9pm tonight.

But people were quick to point out Holly's mistake, as the show is set to start at 8pm.

One person replied to the same snap on her Instagram grid, writing: "On your story it says 9pm x"

Holly thanked the eagle-eyed fan for setting her straight, writing back: "Just changed it. Thank you."

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Phil is hosting the star-studded event featuring musical performances, a horse pageant and a dramatised walk through history.

It also sees Alan Titchmarsh, Tom Cruise and Helen Mirren take the stage in the Queen's back garden at Windsor Castle.

"Celebrating the 70-year reign of a British monarch has never happened before," said Phillip, 60, who presents proceedings from a rooftop studio overlooking the arena performances alongside Julie Etchingham.

"It feels incredible that we are involved in a key part of history that the British public will look back on for years to come.

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"We'll be within the castle grounds at the centre of the action – which means the nation will have a front-row seat to all proceedings, from the comfort of their own living rooms.

"There's something for everybody – musical performances from Keala Settle, Gregory Porter and Katherine Jenkins, the Commonwealth partaking in a huge spectacle and we'll be taken on a journey through history as told by A-list names such as Dame Helen Mirren and Tom Cruise."

Phillip said he hoped the celebration would get the royal seal of approval from the Queen herself.

"I hope she'll enjoy the event from start to finish – there is so much packed in the two-and-a-half-hour spectacle that Julie and I will be gasping to take a breath!," he laughed.

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"I hope she'll feel touched at the presence of so many people from far and wide coming together in unity to celebrate for her.

"I've been lucky to meet the Queen on a number of occasions and have always been struck by how easily she puts everyone at their ease.

"She is very quick-witted and incredibly well-informed… and she has great skin!"

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