Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby have "never" had an argument.
The 'This Morning' presenters - who are regularly seen doubled over in a fit of hysterics on the breakfast show - have revealed during their seven years of hosting the popular programme together they have not had a single row.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Wednesday (05.10.16), the 54-year-old silverfox said: "I can honestly say hand on heart we have never had a row."
And Holly, 35, has revealed she thinks the reason the pair have never come to loggerheads is because they share a genuine friendship, even off camera.
The blonde beauty - who was pictured sporting a T-shirt confessing her love to her colleague, whilst Phillip was also sporting a matching top on a recent vacation - said: "I think the fact we have to work together, we do so many hours together, then the fact when we're off in the summer, we spend a lot of time together, we just get on so well, we think the same way."
Phillip - who has also presented 'Dancing On Ice' with Holly - has revealed they "don't" talk about work off screen.
He confirmed: "When we're on holiday, if we go out for dinner we don't talk about work."
And Phillip is grateful his wife, Stephanie Lowe, and Holly's husband Dan Baldwin also boast a good friendship like they do.
He said: "We're lucky that our partners get on so well too."
Meanwhile ITV is set to partner with Media 10 for the brand new consumer show 'This Morning Live', which will take place over four days at the NEC Birmingham from May 18 to May 21 in 2017.
'This Morning Live' is offering visitors the ultimate interactive experience with all of the lifestyle elements associated with the award-winning daytime show such as fashion and style, food and drink, home, gardening, pets, beauty makeovers and health and wellbeing being showcased.
Speaking previously Emma Gormley, ITV Daytime Managing Director, said: "'This Morning' is one of ITV's most loved and iconic brands. With our fantastic presenting talent and the wonderful mix of content that we'll be taking on the road, this event promises to delight fans of the show across the country."