The pair have been focused on social media over claims they jumped the queue to see the Queen mendacity in state in Westminster Corridor earlier this month.
Deputy Labour chief Ms Rayner, who has been subjected to horrific on-line abuse together with dying threats herself, stated she was anxious in regards to the concentrating on of the TV stars.
“It hurts when individuals assume that they’ll name you thick and all of these issues,” Ms Rayner stated, reflecting on the abuse she has suffered.
“I’ve seen it with what was taking place with Philip Schofield and Holly only recently.
“I’ve been anxious about them as a result of despite the fact that they’re celebrities… they’re human beings and I simply assume ‘wow’.
“The way in which during which the net assault on them, as a human being to have that, I simply assume is admittedly damaging.”
At a fringe occasion on the Labour Get together convention Ms Rayner stated the dimensions of on-line abuse meant it was vital for Parliament to legislate.
Her message to social media companies was “it’s your gaff, kind it out, you may have accountability to do this” however self-regulation had up to now failed.
“They’ve tried to self-regulate, they’ve tried to say ‘we’ll take care of you’. They haven’t, they’ve not been capable of do it and now it’s time for us to legislate.”
Schofield and Willoughby attended the mendacity in state to movie a section for his or her ITV morning present with out participating within the public queue.
The pair acknowledged the backlash however careworn they’d “revered” the foundations set for the media.