Holly Willoughby: Who is This Morning host's husband and how many children does she have?
22 January 2019, 14:49 | Updated: 22 January 2019, 14:51
Holly Willoughby is one the UK's most popular TV presenters, and she will soon co-host one of the biggest shows of the year.
This Morning star Holly recently partnered Declan Donnelly on ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! for 2018, filling in for Ant McPartlin while he continued his hiatus from TV work.
Here's all the big and important facts about Holly every fan should know:
Who is Holly Willoughby's husband?
In August 2007, Holly married Dan Baldwin, a producer on her former TV show Ministry of Mayhem. They met on the show in 2004.
Dan is six years older than Holly, and has also worked on Celebrity Juice, Through the Keyhole and Virtually Famous.
Dan is also the cousin of EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite, and has three siblings.
How many children does Holly Willoughby have?
Holly and Dan have two sons and a daughter together.
Their first child, Harry, was born on May 11, 2009. Their second, Belle, was born on April 14, 2011. Their third, Chester, was born on September 29, 2014.
Holly Willoughby height: How tall is she in feet?
Holly Willoughby stands at 5ft 7 ¼ (170.8 cm).
Holly Willoughby age: How old is she?
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Holly Willoughby was born on February 10, 1981. She celebrated her 37th birthday in 2018.
She is the youngest of two daughters of Brian R Willoughby, a sales manager of a double-glazing company, and Linda J Willoughby (née Fleming), an air stewardess.
In 1995, aged 14, Holly was spotted by talent scouts at The Clothes Show Live. She was then signed by Storm Model Management, and appeared in teen magazines for girls such as Mizz, Just Seventeen, Shout, and More!.
From 1998, aged 17, she started modelling underwear for companies including Pretty Polly.
How long has she hosted This Morning?
In 2000, Holly started working in TV after winning an audition for S Club TV.
She later started hosting various CBBC shows, but got her breakthrough role co-hosting CITV's Ministry of Mayhem.
In 2006, she partnered Phillip Schofield as the co-hosts for Dancing on Ice, and three years later she was chosen as Fern Britton's replacement on This Morning, also alongside Phil.