Moment Holly Willoughby sneaks out of NTAs early and leaves Phillip to party alone after boos from fans over 'queuegate' | The Sun

THIS is the moment Holly Willoughby was pictured sneaking out of National Television Awards early and left Phillip Schofield to party alone after boos from the audience over 'queuegate'.

Last night The Sun exclusively revealed that the TV presenter, 41, snuck out of the event before the show had ended.

Holly was booed along with her This Morning co-star Phil and their whole team inside Wembley's OVO Arena after they picked up the Best Daytime gong for This Morning.

The star decided to leave the awards ceremony 45 minutes early, shortly after she picked up the gong.

Holly slipped into a waiting car and put on a smile for photographers.

She looked incredible in a black bandeau gown.

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Both Holly and Phil put a brave face as they picked up the award, but Holly made it clear she wasn't hanging around.

An onlooker said: "Holly picked up her award for Best Daytime and then left 30 minutes after.

"Normally she stays around for a drink with Phil and the team but she did an early exit.

"She was seen leaving the ceremony and getting into a car outside just after 10pm."

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Earlier this evening Holly looked embarrassed as the crowd booed her and Phil after they won.

The pair got a frosty reaction following the backlash from "queue-gate".

A source in the audience said: "The boos in the room were very loud when Holly and Phil were announced as the winners.

"It was really embarrassing.

"Judi Love from Loose Women didn't clap either. It was all very awkward."

Those watching at home spotted that Alison Hammond got huge cheers as she took to the microphone after them.

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Phillip was overcome with emotion when This Morning was announced after a difficult few weeks.

Despite facing controversy after claims that they skipped the queue for the Queen's lying in state, they saw off competition from Loose Women, The Chase and The Repair Shop.

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