Holly Willoughby stunned after guest asks her if she could imagine her daughter with a vibrator – and viewers were disgusted too

The presenter was debating with guests Annabelle Knight and Judi  Love about whether teenage girls should be given vibrators when she was caught completely off guard by the very personal question.

Judi, who was against giving one to young girls, said: "We have young boys locked in their rooms playing computer games, now you’re going to have young girls in their room with their vibrator. I couldn’t imagine, could you imagine Holly?"

Looking utterly horrified, Holly told her: “No, it’s quite horrific.”

Holly and her husband Dan Baldwin are parents to Belle, seven, Harry, eight and Chester, three.

Those watching at home couldn’t quite believe the topic of conversation and took to Twitter to discuss it.

One person wrote: “Madness turning on #ThisMorning to hear Phillip Schofield talking about vibrators😂😂😂😂.”

While another commented: “My lord, isn’t it a bit early for masturbation talk eh #ThisMorning?”

And someone else wrote: “OMG this whole segment is far too awkward for a Thursday morning, pray 4 Holly and Phillip 🙏🏼 #ThisMorning.”

During the debate, Annabelle Knight argued: “We want to promote a healthy and happy sexual approach for young people across the board.

“I think in society we don’t talk about the female side of pleasure.”

Discussing vibrators, she added: “It’s the cherry on top of masturbation. It’s not a necessity but it helping you explore your sexuality.”


Not agreeing, Judi said: “There is nothing wrong with young people understanding their bodies. It takes a form of growing and learning about intimate relationships. I think it’s too young.”

The discussion came after a sex tech expert called for young girls to be given vibrators to banish the “taboo” around female masturbation.

Stephanie Alys, 28, the chief pleasure officer at MysteryVibe, told The Times:  “We talk about a pay gap between men and women, but there is also a pleasure gap.”


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