Phillip Schofield admits he’s at ‘breaking point’ as he discusses lockdown

Phillip Schofield said a number of people are feeling at "breaking point" as the coronavirus pandemic continues – and he's one of them.

Joined by his co-host Holly Willoughby on today's This Morning, Phillip admitted he'd had "enough" of the hardships of the year, with restrictions and isolation galore.

It all kicked off when he was joined by Piers Morgan's wife Celia Walden and guest Lora Evans on the show, discussing their plans for the Christmas break.

While Lora planned to see her elderly family members, Celia said she was having a small Christmas, limiting the number of guests in an effort to reduce the spread of Covid.

Explaining her decision, Lora said she felt it was important for family members to be able to spend some time together, having endured isolation and loneliness for so long.

Lora feared people's mental health would take a hit if they are forced to spend their Christmas apart from their loved ones.

Nodding in agreement, Phil said: "I know a lot of people are at breaking point – I know am."

He added: "I have had enough."

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