'I let it go three times!': Phillip Schofield loses his cool as he scolds show guest for her mispronunciation
Phillip Schofield lost his cool during Tuesday's This Morning as he scolded a show guest for mispronouncing her words.
The presenter and his co-host Holly Willoughby had been speaking to royal expert Camilla Tominey about the King's Coronation and what to expect, when the outburst occurred.
Camilla had been explaining that King Charles III may become the first monarch in British history to be publicly anointed with holy oil at his Coronation.
Oh dear: Phillip Schofield lost his cool during Tuesday's This Morning as he scolded a show guest for mispronouncing her words
She revealed that it was set to take place in a transparent canopy in order to let the public see, but accidentally referred to the canopy as a 'canape'.
After Holly also referred to it as a canape, Phillip exploded at Camilla, throwing his head into his hands as he exclaimed: 'It's canopy! I let it go three times! It's canopy! Not canape!'
As Holly burst into hysterical laughter and quipped: 'I would prefer a canape rather than a canopy!' Phillip responded: 'He's got a canape over her head?! What?'
Outburst: The presenter and his co-host Holly Willoughby had been speaking to royal expert Camilla Tominey about the King's Coronation and what to expect, when the outburst occurred
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While the group may have been struggling to report the news it has dominated headlines this week as royal fans look ahead to the Coronation on May 6.
In previous ceremonies, the most sacred part of the event - when the Archbishop of Canterbury uses holy oil to anoint the hands, breast and head of the sovereign - is not seen by the public.
In the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, a gold cloth canopy was held over her head during the most sacred and solemn aspect of the ceremony. But, in the case of King Charles III, the public may be able to glimpse this for the first time.
According to reports in the Telegraph, a transparent canopy is being made to give the new King the option of allowing the anointing to be viewed by his subjects and captured on camera for the first time.
News: Camilla had been explaining that King Charles III may become the first monarch in British history to be publicly anointed with holy oil at his Coronation
It is believed that the Royal School of Needlework has started work on the new canopy, which is traditionally carried and held over the monarch by the Barons of the Cinque Ports or Knights of the Garter.
Earlier this month, some plans for the three-day extravaganza to celebrate the crowning of the new monarch were revealed. And they are set to champion refugees, diversity and volunteering.
The dazzling celebrations are said to reflect Charles' desire to be the 'people's King' and will also give representatives from the Commonwealth and NHS workers a chance to shine, before members of the public are encouraged to spend time volunteering on the nation's extra Bank Holiday.
The celebration will give millions of Brits a day off, with tens of thousands expected to line the streets in central London to watch the ceremony - the first of its kind in more than 70 years.
A Coronation to look forward to: King Charles, pictured during the Queen's Platinum Party, is said to want a party that celebrates the nation's diverse nature