Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to be banned from Buckingham Palace?

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby broke the no-photo policy when they visited Buckingham Palace for a garden party earlier this week and now fear they'll be banned from returning.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to be banned from Buckingham Palace?

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby think they'll be banned from Buckingham Palace after breaking a no-photo policy.

The 'This Morning' presenters were invited to the London residence of the reigning monarch on Tuesday (17.05.16) to celebrate the 40th birthday of the Prince's Trust but fear they'll never be able to return after breaking the photo rule.

Speaking on the mid-morning show on Wednesday (18.05.16), Phillip explained: "Prince Charles threw a little soiree to celebrate the Trust's 40th anniversary. Holly and I were lucky enough to be invited. You are not allowed - if you go to a Buckingham Palace garden party, you are not allowed to take photographs. So it's worth remembering."

A selfie of Phillip, his wife and daughter flashed up on the screen behind just moments before a snap of Holly with her husband Dan Baldwin appeared on television screens.

Looking at the snap carefully, Holly said sarcastically: "How did that happen? I can't believe we're 'fessing up to this, we're never gonna be invited back."

However, Prince Charles, 67, was no doubt too busy chatting to his guests - including Fearne Cotton and Pixie Lott - to notice the presenting duo's naughty behaviour.

The party was arranged to mark four decades since the prince launched the youth organisation.

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