Emily Atack left This Morning viewers in stitches on Tuesday when she did a cheeky impression of show presenter Holly Willoughby.

The 30-year-old star is fronting a comedy sketch show named The Emily Atack Show, due to air on ITV later this year.

In one sketch, Emily mimicked This Morning star Holly, donning a blonde wig and a floral dress before putting on her accent.

The clip showed Emily sitting backstage, hosting a This Morning segment before pretending to let out a massive fart.

After the rude noise erupted, she remarked: “Gino’s waffles again."

Quick to justify the sketch, Emily explained: "The one thing we can't imagine the queen doing is farting."

Referring to Holly, she then added: "What is the one thing we can't imagine the queen of telly doing?

"I wanted to do something that I cannot imagine you doing."

Thankfully, Holly took the impersonation in good humour, saying: "How did she know the during the breaks I have terrible flatulence?"

Clearly entertained by the skit, she also added: "Farts are funny."

Meanwhile, over on Twitter, viewers were left chuckling over the witty impersonation, as they took to their keyboards to weigh in.

One said: "Emily Atack is the perfect lass, no question about that."

"I'm howling, b****y brilliant," wrote a second.

And a third, referring to Emily's actress mum Kate Robbins, penned: "She's her mother's daughter that's for sure pure brilliance!"

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