appeared to make a thinly-veiled swipe at her former colleague after he confirmed he has quit This Morning.
The presenter, 52, took to Instagram on Saturday to share a cryptic post just minutes after the shocking news was revealed amid Phillip’s ‘feud’ with co-host Holly.
She posted a strongman emoji in what appeared to be a sign of celebration and did not caption the post as she remained mysterious about its meaning.
Amanda previously worked with Phillip on This Morning and .
Following Amanda’s seemingly sly dig, fans couldn’t help but take to the comments section to speculate it was directed at Phillip.
Awkward!Amanda Holden appeared to make a thinly-veiled swipe at Phillip Schofield after he confirmed he has quit This Morning
Dig? She posted a strongman emoji in what appeared to be a sign of celebration just minutes after the shocking news was revealed
One wrote: ‘No words needed,’ while another said: ‘I know what that’s for.’
A third commented: ‘You would be a good replacement,’ suggesting she take over his role on the ITV breakfast show.
However, another fan deemed her post ‘unnecessary’ as they wrote: ‘This is not the way to do it.Completely unnecessary.’
Back in September, Amanda made a sly dig at Phillip amid the ‘Queue-gate’ saga as she made her feelings very clear on the presenter.
Her comments came after it was claimed he and co-host jumped the queue at Westminster Hall in London last week to film a segment for This Morning while the late Queen lie in state.
On her Heart Breakfast Show, Amanda appeared to reference the controversy during a lighthearted chat with Ashley Roberts.
Ashley, 41, could be heard saying: ‘So David Beckham has landed a seven-figure deal with Qatar’s World Cup sponsor, Doritos.I love Doritos. I’d love a seven-figure deal.
To which Amanda slyly replied: ‘Get in line. Well, I mean he did get in line. Good on him.’
Ashley then referenced the football legend’s recent visit to see the queen’s visit where he waited in line alongside members of the public after turning down a VIP invite.
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