She is one of the best loved TV presenters on this side of the world, and judging from her latest interview, it’s not hard to see why Holly Willoughby is so popular with viewers.

 

The mum-of-three has come in for high praise today, for her refreshing attitude to her ‘mum body’.

 

Appearing on Lorraine, the 35-year-old admitted that she now ‘sees her body very differently’ after carrying and giving birth to three children – and those changes are a major source of confidence for her.

 

 

Of her decision to pose for FHM’s final issue, back in February, Holly said: “I laughed when they first asked me. But then I thought again about it. I’m a mum-of-three, breastfed all of my children – why shouldn’t I do this for the last time? It felt like we’d all grown up.”

 

And while Holly’s showbiz bestie, Fearne Cotton, recently ruled out having more kids, the This Morning presenter has adopted the ‘never say never’ attitude.

 

 

 

Holly, who is married to TV producer Dan Baldwin, told show host Lorraine: “After Chester, I thought maybe this was my last time. I don’t like saying that part of my life is over – it makes me really sad. I do look at my three children and I think that my family is all her now…but never say never.”

 

Holly – who is mum to seven-year-old Harry, five-year-old Belle, and one-year-old Chester – recently released her first parenting book, Truly Happy Baby – It Worked For Me.

 

SHARE with a fellow mum who will get a great boost from Holly’s body-positive attitude.

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