Everything you need to know about the This Morning Forest in ‘secret’ location

In September 2021, This Morning shocked viewers after it was revealed that they’d purchased a gorgeous forest in their pledge to 'go green'.

The ITV daytime show, which recently saw popular presenter Josie Gibson abseil down the iconic Television Centre, have since filmed looks from the woodland location which Holly Willoughby has described as their 'second home'.

Holly, 41, has shared a collection of snaps from the stunning location as she posed in a woodland chic outfit while looking up at the treetops, captioned: "Breathe…"

Elsewhere Phillip Schofield, 60, looked over-the-moon with the filming backdrop as he wrapped his arms around a tree in a snap to his 3million Instagram followers.

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Holly and Philip broadcast live for This Morning, which is usually based at Studio TC3, Television Centre, London, from the forest in September and have continued to film segments from the natural backdrop including fashion looks with Lisa Snowden on a wooden catwalk.

More recently, in February Julia Bradbury took a trip down to the This Morning Forest where she planted a tree and encouraged viewers to get planting themselves.

However the autumnal forest location has not been disclosed by This Morning. OK! has contacted for comment.


Meanwhile This Morning fans have been left baffled by the woodland scenery and have taken to Twitter to question the location.

One penned: "Can someone explain to me the This Morning Forest? Thanks."

Another added: "They are really getting their money's worth out of that forest."

"They love that forest," a third wrote.

The creation of the This Morning Forest isn’t the first time that ITV’s live daytime shows put their support behind the environment.

Amid the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, shows such as This Morning, Lorraine, Good Morning Britain and Loose Women came together to ‘go green’.

This Morning re-shared the clip on Instagram, captioned: "This Morning goes (and stays) green!

"We've been very busy behind the scenes, making sure we minimise our carbon footprint. Here's a couple of the things we've done:


"We bought a forest that will never be built over, and we use LED lighting and green fuels to power our kit. Food from our cooking segments is donated to City Harvest and given to those in need."

Over on GMB, meteorologist Laura Tobin has used her platform to raise awareness about climate change.

Speaking to OK! about her new book Everyday Ways To Save Our Planet, the 40 year old opened up about the need to look after the environment.

“I definitely hear people talk about climate anxiety. Some people might say it’s really alarmist when I’m talking about it but actually it’s just the reality,” she explained.

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