Amanda Holden makes a sly dig at This Morning host Phillip Schofield

She's previously made it clear she's not a fan of her former colleague. And Amanda Holden has made a sly dig at Phillip Schofield after it was claimed he and

co-host Holly Willoughby jumped the queue at Westminster Hall in London last week to film a segment for This Morning while the late Queen lie in state. The presenter, 51,

made her feelings on the situation clear during her Heart Breakfast show as the feud between her and Phillip continues.   Amanda's co-host Ashley Roberts, 41, can be heard

saying on the programme: '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. 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. The Pussycat Doll said: 'Well, yes he did for like 14 hours'  It comes as a petition to have the

under-fire television duo fired from their lucrative presenting roles on This Morning reached over 50,000 signatures.  Such has been the backlash to the pair that TV

insiders are raising 'serious concerns' about the presenters' wellbeing after they appeared tearful and muted on This Morning this week.  Phillip and Holly were keen to

issue a public apology over 'queue-gate', but were talked out of it after taking legal advice, MailOnline revealed. A statement was issued by ITV on Saturday and later

broadcast on Tuesday's This Morning, which was voiced over by Holly, 41, but both stopped short of using the word 'sorry' - a move which has left many viewers furious.