Gino DAcampo tells This Morning caller to poison mother-in-law for Christmas

TV chef Gino D’Acampo returned to This Morning for another fun-filled instalment of the hit ITV daytime show and made sure to cook up a storm in the kitchen.

But before he got to work, the 45-year-old joined Phillip Schofield and Josie Gibson and became the agony uncle for the call-in segment of Tuesday’s instalment of the show.

The Italian stallion started the show off well, as he delivered a series of good advice to concerned callers on the show.

But when one woman revealed she had problems socialising with her mother-in-law during Christmas, Gino gave an unconventional solution to her problem.

The viewer, whose name was changed to Lisa to keep her anonymity, explained: "Gino, she doesn’t help in the kitchen, she doesn’t tidy up and she makes every Christmas, not Christmas for me. She moans about everything.

“Unfortunately, Christmas lands on a Saturday and Sunday this year so she has two extra days.”

The award-winning cook started by advising the caller to lie to her relative and tell her that she already has other plans for Christmas.

The father-of-three reassured "Lisa" that elderly people don’t like changing their plans for big family events, so the woman’s mother-in-law won’t want to rearrange plans more than once for the big day.

Phillip then joked that the caller should just move house in order to avoid the disliked family member, but Gino took the joke one step further.

He added: “No, they always find out. Have you ever tried to slowly poison this woman? You have no hope whatsoever with this woman, poison!”

And viewers soon took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his hilarious suggestion online.

One user penned: “Never thought I'd say this but they need Gino back for more phone ins like that! Hilarious!”

Another fan of the show tweeted: “Love Gino on this morning as agony uncle. Woman rang as mother in law invites herself to stay every Christmas for 3-4 days. Gino D’Acampo advice: poison her, slowly.”

“’Poison her’ Agony Uncle Gino needs to be a regular thing,” a third added, as a fourth chimed in with: “Gino for agony uncle from now on please.”

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV

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