This Morning’s Gino D’Acampo urges ‘bring back the fluff’ in row with Holly and Phil

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This Morning chef Gino D'Acampo urged the nation to 'bring back the fluff' after a row with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

The trio had watched a throwback clip of the infamous moment Gino spoke about Holly's pregnancy over ten years ago, calling her "up the fluff" instead of "up the duff".

Gino said the phrase should be up the fluff as it sounds more like a woman's intimate area than duff.

In the end the debate descended into chaos, with Gino appearing to say there was nothing wrong with some "fluff".

In the throwback clip, which was from 2010, Gino complained that Holly hadn't been eating the food from his cooking demonstrations since she fell pregnant.

This Morning chef Gino D'Acampo urged the nation to 'bring back the fluff'
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In 2010 he called a pregnant Holly Willoughby was 'up the fluff' instead of 'up the duff'
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"Seriously, since you've been up the fluff or whatever it's called…" he said.

Holly and Phil burst into laughter as she corrected him.

Today a proud Gino defended his mistake, and demanded Holly and Phil explain what up the duff actually means.

"Technically you can say up the fluff," Gino said.

The clip is a This Morning classic
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Holly responded: "Well technically that's not right. Well, it's up the duff!

"Have we not learned this? It's been ten years, I mean come on!"

"What does it mean 'up the duff'? What's a 'duff'?" Gino ranted.

"I prefer my way, the fluff," Gino added. "It makes more sense."

Holly insisted Gino was in the wrong about the phrase
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Phil said he didn't want to upset anybody with his explanation of what duff could mean, and Gino hinted 'fluff' made sense because it sounds rather rude.

"When I say 'fluff' it must be something in my head making me say fluff," he explained.

"Maybe because I'm looking at a fluffy thing.

Phillip Schofield didn't want to get involved
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"There is nothing wrong today, bring back the fluff that's what I say!"

"I knew it would go there, that's why I was quiet," Phil added.

*This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV

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