Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are to be reunited as ITV's This Morning returns on September 1st after a bit of a makeover. A new logo, titles and studio, will accompany the duo's return.
The new-look teal and gold water ripple effect logo symbolises both the show's Liverpool Dock origins 27 years ago and its current riverside home on London's Southbank.
The new titles will now depict Phillip and Holly's arrivals at the studio.
Viewers will see Holly getting out of a taxi and stopping to buy a magazine, while Phillip walks to a coffee shop where he takes a "selfie" with customers and sends it to Holly, who is now getting ready in make-up.
As the familiar This Morning theme music draws to a close, the pair are seen in different outfits walking down a corridor towards the studio.
Dancing on Ice presenter Phillip Schofield has tweeted his tribute to Tony Gubba, who commentated on the show:
ITV's Director of Television Peter Fincham says he has spoken to Phillip Schofield who realises his mistake and "I think that he is under no illusion that this was a lapse in ITV journalism."
ITV has announced plans to broadcast continuous, comprehensive live coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Tuesday 5th June.
ITV News at Ten’s Julie Etchingham and ITV’s Phillip Schofield will reunite, following the Royal Wedding programme last year, to host ITV’s coverage of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee procession, live from a specially constructed studio at Buckingham Palace.
ITV1 presenters and reporters including Alastair Stewart, Mary Nightingale, Mark Austin, Nina Hossain and Natasha Kaplinsky will report live from key procession points on the way from Buckingham Palace, along The Mall to the service at St Paul’s. James Mates will lead the commentary of events.