Holly Willoughby fans stunned after Stephen Mulhern kissed in a throwback clip.

Fans of Holly Willoughby stunned after sharing a throwback clip showing her when she was a TV presenter as a child.

Host This Morning announced Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown from 2004 to 2006.

The presenter shared a clip showing co-host Stephen Mulhern kissing her five times.

Holly wore a father Christmas outfit with a strapless red dress and layered hair for a festive special.

Steven, 43, wearing a Christmas jumper is seen handing a gift to Holly.

Stephen kissed Holly several times on the show.

Holly tears open the fresh and pulls out a festive green hat with mistletoe attached.

Happy Holly joked, “Hey! I can always kiss all the boys in the world.”

Next, The Deck the Halls festival classic plays and Holly sings happily. “Now the season to kiss Holly, fa la la la la la la la!”

Fans of Holly Willoughby stunned after sharing a throwback clip when she was a TV presenter as a child.

Stephen leaned over to kiss her, but Holly spurred his progress.

She said, “No! Stephen, you can’t count!”

The presenter replied, “What do you mean, I don’t count? You must kiss anyone under the mistletoe.”

He kissed her again and said, “Happy Christmas!”

Holly jokingly told Stephen, “Don’t open my lips. I’m going to kiss Anthony in Blue soon…”

Host This Morning released Holly & Stephen’s Saturday Showdown between 2004 and 2006.

Stephen tried to kiss Holly three more times on the show.

After the last attempt she took off her hat and told Stephen. “You are definitely on the naughty list!”

Holly’s social media followers were surprised by the clip and went to the comments section to share their thoughts.

Holly and Stephen’s Retreat Snap

One wrote “Awww” on Instagram, the other wrote “They were too young”, and also used a laughing and crying emoticon.

Third addition: “Haha Cheeky Stephen as usual”.

And one person wrote on TikTok. “Hahaha, shit, for a number of reasons it wouldn’t be allowed now.”

Second addition: “This was a different era and era.”