Holly Willoughby has left 'This Morning' after a man was detained on suspicion of attempting to murder her.

After a man was detained for allegedly plotting to abduct and kill British TV anchor Holly Willoughby, she abruptly left "This Morning."

Willoughby, 42, posted Tuesday on Instagram, "I've let ITV know today that after 14 years, I will not be returning to 'This Morning'."

"Thank you so much to everyone who has ever worked on the show over the years.

It's very hard to say goodbye. You are amazing, and I will always be proud of what we've accomplished together.

The TV host went on to thank her coworkers for "being supportive," as well as the show's guests and "wonderful viewers" for being "the very best company every day."

"I know there are many more chapters to this story." "Unfortunately, I now feel compelled to make this decision for myself and my family," she ended. "I will miss you all so much."

Willoughby did not mention the arrest in the suspected kidnapping plan in her departure announcement for "This Morning." 

 According to Sky News and the BBC, Gavin Plumb, a 36-year-old man from Essex, was detained on Oct. 4 for allegedly conspiring to abduct and murder Willoughby.


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