Holly Willoughby & Phillip Schofield  ‘ushered disabled woman away to dodge Queen queue’

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have been accused of “ushering a disabled woman away” as they “dodged” the queue to see the Queen lying-in-state – after being left OFF the official guest list.

The family of a woman in a wheelchair claim she was “moved aside to make way for the pair” as they arrived at Westminster Hall last week.

Mia Froggatt furiously slammed the This Morning presenters as the Queue-gate row rumbles on.

And now fresh claims have been made by the Mail on Sunday that Holly and Phil’s names weren’t even on the guest list. 

An insider explained: “When they got there, their names weren’t on the list so there were some discussions and – after some back and forth – Phil and Holly were given access and they were ushered through. The whole thing caused a bit of a hoo-ha.”

Mia snapped a picture of ITV stars Holly and Phil as they rushed past, ranting on Twitter: “This is a photo taken by my sister’s husband yesterday after he had queued with my sister, their ten-year-old daughter and my disabled mum for 13+ hours.

“My mum was ushered out of @hollywills and @schofe way so they could #queuejumpers without even a thanks #schofieldgate #queuejumping.”

The Tweet, which was shared widely online, has since been deleted.

Another witness added: “There was no film crew at the time they walked past us. They were headed towards a side entrance. 

“The lad in front of us started a conversation with them as they went past. Holly removed her mask for a picture.”

An ITV spokesman said: “Phillip and Holly had full accreditation which was organised by the This Morning production team. Any claims otherwise are untrue.”