Holly Willoughby shares rare snap of her children ahead of ITV shake-up
Holly Willoughby has commemorated her lengthy summer holiday on social media with an adorable snapshot of two of her three children.
The television presenter shared a photograph of her eldest son Harry, 10, and eight-year-old daughter Belle walking hand-in-hand into the sea on her Instagram account.
Willoughby and husband Daniel Baldwin also have Chester, four. Although, he didn’t quite making it into the picture this time round...
"Well that was lovely...#brotherandsister,” she captioned the rare post.
During her time off from presenting This Morning with co-host Phillip Schofield, Willoughby and her family have been sunning themselves abroad.
Throughout their trip, they’ve been joined by other members of the Willoughby clan, as well as Schofield and his loved ones and fellow presenters Rochelle and Marvin Humes.
Now it seems as if it’s back to reality for the ITV veterans however, as the broadcaster gears up for a major shake-up to its daytime schedule to fill the empty slot left by axed reality series The Jeremy Kyle Show earlier this year.
According to The Sun, ITV hopes to create “the feel of a continuous live broadcast featuring favourite and familiar faces” as it shifts Lorraine back half an hour and This Morning forward 30 minutes.
“The shows would have more interaction between the end of each show and a smoother handover between presenters into the next show.”
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“From crying with laughter at naughty pictures innocent kids have drawn to recalling personal funny and relatable anecdotes,” the corporation continued, as it teased what’s in store. “Nothing is off limits as they talk about the stories and pictures of the day that have grabbed their attention.”
It also added that the new This Morning will feature more of Schofield and Willoughby engaging with “funny letter and emails” from viewers, in the hope that it will feel like "more of a live event".