Holly Willoughby

Broadcaster faces social media backlash for handling of presenter leaving This Morning.
“You’ve made me laugh until my cheeks ache sharing the sofa with you.”
The presenter is leaving the ITV daytime show after 14 years and following a man's arrest over an alleged plot to kidnap her.
A man was charged on Friday morning over a suspected kidnap attempt on the daytime presenter.
The ITV daytime show's original host has spoken out about his successor's departure.
The presenter was absent from Thursday's edition of This Morning while apparently "under police guard".
The presenter has known the This Morning kitchen regular since he was a child.
The TV dentist died on Friday after a sudden illness at the age of 53, her family announced.
There was swearing and tales of steaming her genitalia as the legendary actor returned to the daytime show.
The daytime anchor has been absent from GMB for the past week due to illness.
About Holly Willoughby
Holly Willoughby is one of the most recognisable faces on the TV thanks to her presenting roles on 'This Morning' and 'Surprise Surprise'. She first started her presenting career alongside best mate Fearne Cotton on CBBC, before moving to to host kids Saturday morning show 'Ministry Of Mayhem' with Stephen Mulhern. But Holly soon made the leap to primetime telly, hosting 'Dancing On Ice' with Phillip Schofield, then later taking over from pal Fearne on 'The Xtra Factor'. Her biggest role came when Fern Brittion quit 'This Morning' and Holly became the new face of daytime TV with her 'DOI' co-host Phil on 2009. She's also been putting up with Keith Lemon's antics on comedy panel show 'Celebrity Juice' alongside best friend Fearne Cotton, and also co-hosted the first two series of 'The Voice UK' on BBC One with Reggie Yates. Since quitting the show, she's fronted a revived version of Cilla Black's 'Surprise Surprise', and sports panel show 'Play To The Whistle' alongside Frank Lampard and Bradley Walsh. She is also the host of new ITV dating show 'Meet The Parents'. Holly is married to TV producer Dan Baldwin, and the couple have three children - Harry, Belle and Chester.