The TV presenter says she’s sick of only hearing the negative aspects of the child birthing experience.
Holly Willoughby is opening up on the joys of childbirth to try and counteract negative stories about the experience. The TV presenter has said she ‘loves’ giving birth and even wants to have a fourth child with husband Dan Baldwin.
Holly Willoughby says she loves the experience of childbirth.
Speaking to The Sun, Holly said: “You only hear one side of the story and that’s not very helpful, and lots of women really enjoy it. Don’t get me wrong, there is pain, but it is pain in a different way. I have never felt more alive than after I had given birth, and I don’t know what else compares to that.”
Continue reading: Holly Willoughby Loves Giving Birth And Wants To Have A Fourth Child
Ruth Langsford stepped in after Holly's youngest son Chester suffered a head injury on Sunday night - but she's reassured fans he's now okay.
TV presenter Holly Willoughby was forced to pull out of her appearance on ‘This Morning’ earlier today, after her young son had to be taken to hospital after suffering a head injury.
The 35 year old presenter was due to make her regular appearance on the ITV magazine show on Monday morning (April 18th), but Ruth Langsford was forced to step in at the last minute to present alongside co-host Phillip Schofield after Holly’s one year old son Chester, the youngest of her three children, had to go to hospital the day before.
Holly Willoughby missed Monday's edition of 'This Morning' because her son was taken to hospital
The co-presenters met a family of life-like, robotic pandas on 'This Morning', which left many viewers thinking it might be best to go back to bed.
A bizarre segment on ‘This Morning’ involving Holly Willoughby and a family of animatronic pandas left viewers rather freaked out and bemused.
On Thursday's episode (March 24th), Holly and her co-presenter Phillip Schofield explained that the robotic pandas were the first of their kind in the United Kingdom, and were part of an attraction opening over the Easter weekend at Chessington World of Adventures.
The 35 year old presenter held the baby of the panda family, which moved its head about and was so life-like that many onlookers were convinced it was real at first, having just tuned in and missed the explanation.
Co-host Phillip Schofield couldn't resist a joke at Holly's expense as he shared a news story that her dress had split at a Downing Street reception recently.
‘This Morning’ presenter Holly Willoughby couldn’t but dissolve into giggles as her co-host Phillip Schofield showed her a newspaper story on her phone about her wardrobe malfunction at a Downing Street event the night before.
On Tuesday evening (March 1st), 35 year old Willoughby attended a reception for the charity Together 4 Short Lives, when the zip on the red dress she was wearing split from top to bottom down the back. Though she had a black undergarment on, it wasn’t quite enough to cover everything…
Holly shared the amusing photograph the next day with her followers on Instagram, strategically placing a red speech bubble to protect her modesty, and the incident found its way to the entertainment sections of news publications within a few hours.
'This Morning' host breaks down on TV yet again.
Holly Willoughby is well known for getting emotional on TV, and working on a show like 'This Morning', it's hard not to get a little teary-eyed sometimes. A lot of heart-wrenching stories pass through the show daily, and the latest one is about a 13-year-old carer who certainly did not fail to make the presenter well up.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present current affairs show 'This Morning'
Producers on the show decided teenager Amy deserved some recognition for selflessly sacrificing her free time to look after her epileptic and deaf 2-year-old sister, as well as her diabetic and autistic 17-year-old brother, AND her mother Susan who suffers from aneurysms and has been in and out of hospital since Amy was just 7-years-old. So, in honour of Young Carers Awareness Day, she was awarded with a gift collection including books, an iPad and singing lessons after being phoned up at school by Willoughby and her 'This Morning' partner Phillip Schofield.
Continue reading: Is Holly Willoughby The Most Emotional TV Presenter Ever?
The pair won an award but admitted they hadn't been to bed
Two of morning TV's most respectable characters were looking a little worse for wear this morning after scooping a win at the National Television Awards and then celebrating accordingly. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield appeared on the This Morning sofa wearing the same outfits as the award ceremony the previous night, confessing they had yet to go to bed.
Holly Willoughby revealed she hadn't been to bed after the NTA party
The show won the award for best Life Magazine show, beating popular programmes BBC Breakfast and The One Show.
Continue reading: Holly And Phil Are Worse For Wear On This Morning After NTA Win
Amanda Holden will be covering Holly Willoughby's maternity leave on 'This Morning'. Christine Bleakley will also be stepping in when Holden has to leave in order to judge the 'Britain's Got Talent' auditions next Spring.
Both Amanda Holden and Christine Bleakley will be covering for This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby when she goes on maternity leave this September. 43-year-old Holden will be co-hosting with Phillip Schofield on the ITV show from September and Bleakley will cover the latter part of Willoughby's leave.
Christine Bleakley and Amanda Holden will both be covering Holly Willoughby's maternity leave.
The singer in the Leeds-based indie band has been chosen to replace the departing Danny O'Donoghue.
Ricky Wilson, the frontman of The Kaiser Chiefs, has been chosen to fill the remaining seat on The Voice judging panel for the next season of the BBC talent contest. Wilson has been brought in to replace the departing Danny O'Donoghue of The Script, as he joins one of four new faces joining the show.
Ricky is the final new face to be added to the show.
As the frontman of the three-time BRIT Award winners, Wilson garnered a reputation as one of the most energetic frontmen in popular music and recorded such hits as 'I Predict A Riot,' 'Oh My God' and 'Ruby.' He will join fellow newcomer Kylie Minogue, who has been chosen to replace Jessie J, as well as show stalwarts Sir Tom Jones and Will.i.am. But it isn't just Wilson and Minogue who will be joining the show for the first time, as The Voice will introduce two new hosts following the departure of Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates. JLS singer Marvin Humes and Big Brother presenter Emma Willis have since been hired to present the show when it returns next year.
Continue reading: Kaiser Chiefs Frontman Ricky Wilson Completes 'The Voice' Judging Panel
It's back to square one for The Voice.
It was like something out of Game of Thrones; suddenly, everyone was gone. But while The Voice has lost many of its key players, the latest: Reggie Yates and Holly Willoughby, The BBC have already started rebuilding from the bottom up, with Marvin Humes coming in as host alongside Emma Willis.
“Marvin’s nervous but excited,’ a source explained to The Sun. “He’s got a few months to brush up on his presenting skills before the live shows, but he’ll go straight into the recorded rounds very soon. Bosses reckon he and Emma will have great chemistry.”
Early suggestions were that Willis’ husband, Matt, would be the one to replace Yates, forming a husband and wife partnership for the show, but alas, that never materialised.
Continue reading: JLS's Marvin Humes Signs Up For 'The Voice' As The Show Rebuilds
'The Voice' dealt a blow after celebs' exit, but welcomes some exciting new faces.
Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates have become the latest names to jump ship from the BBC talent show, The Voice. The presenters join the show's judges Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue who also revealed they wouldn't be signing up for a third series, despite the second season outperforming the first in ratings for its final episode.
Presenter Holly Willoughby Won't Be Returning To The Voice.
The remaining judges Will.i.am and Tom Jones were also reported to have been considering an exit and underwent extensive talks with the show's bosses to negotiate a contract for a third stint. Kylie Minogue and Big Brother presenter Emma Willis have both signed up to be the new female faces on the show, in the wake of Willoughby and Jessie J's departure.
Holly Willoughby steps away from co-hosting talent show 'The Voice UK' after two years and her replacement has been annouced as 'Big Brother' presenter Emma Willis.
The 32 year old mother has stepped down after appearing as the co-host for the last two seasons on the Saturday night talent show. The 'This Morning' presenter wants to find the correct balance between professional and family life so she can spend more time with her children. Her replacement has been announced as 'Big Brother' presenter Emma Willis.
Reggie Yates, who was the other co-host of 'The Voice UK' revealed on his twitter account has also stepped away from the show, but no replacement has been announced yet.
Continue reading: Holly Willoughby Quits The Voice Just Ahead Of Series Three
The arguments about names and class caused the host to lose her cool.
“This Morning” host Holly Willoughby isn’t usually known for her explosive temper, but even she has her limits. Those were apparently reached yesterday, when guest contributor Katie Hopkins (of The Apprentice fame) went off on a tangent about children’s first names and class separation. While the debate of whether the class system is still relevant in Britain rages on, Hopkins has taken it to a whole other level – her children are not allowed to interact with kids, bearing “working class names.”
Willoughby wasn't having it.
The tangent included statements like: "I think you can tell a great deal from a name. For me there's certain names that I hear and I think, 'Urgh'. For me, a name is a shortcut of finding out what class that child comes from and makes me ask, 'Do I want my children to play with them?
Holly Willoughby and Riverside Studios Wednesday 17th October 2012 Holly Willoughby leaving the Riverside Studios.
Liam Gallagher may have just turned forty, but that by no means meant that the Beady Eye rocker is readying himself to settle down as he had a massive blow-out to celebrate the landmark 40th birthday.
The only thing that signalled any change in Gallagher's self-assigned bad boy image was his birthday suit - a black tuxedo complete with bow tie - quite a change from his usual unkempt look. Although, he did do his best to make the black tie attire a little more Gallagher-esque, by untucking his shirt and giving the waiting paps a mouthful when he arrived with wife Nicole Appleton.
The festivities, which was sponsored by vodka brand Ciroc, was attended by a few close friends and family as well as a few famous faces who showed up. Nicole's sister and fellow former All Saints singer sister Natalie and her husband Liam Howlett of The Prodigy were there as was TV presenter Holly Willoughby.
Continue reading: Liam Gallagher Proves He's Still Young At Heart During 40th Celebrations
Holly Willoughby Tuesday 13th September 2011 Holly Willoughby leaving the TV choice awards. London, England
Holly Willoughby Wednesday 4th November 2009 outside to present a segment of ITV's 'This Morning' London, England
Holly Willoughby Monday 14th September 2009 leaving 'This Morning' studios after presenting the show for the first time London, England
Holly Willoughby Monday 14th September 2009 leaving her house to make her way to London, England
Holly Willoughby - Pregnant TV Presenter Holly Willoughby London, England - Unveiled her new maternity range designed in collaboration with Littlewoods Direct - held outside Claridges in Mayfair Tuesday 17th March 2009
Holly Willoughby Friday 21st November 2008 seen out shoe shopping with her mum at the new Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherd's Bush London, England
Holly Willoughby Thursday 14th August 2008 Series 5 'X Factor' - Launch Party London, England
Date of birth
10th February, 1981