Holly Willoughby might be a television star, but it's not the future she's imagining for her kids.


Mum to three young children, Holly is encouraging her brood to follow their own dreams. 


So does that mean nine-year-old Harry, seven-year-old Belle and four-year-old Chester won't be appearing on This Morning anytime soon? 



Holly spoke about them potentially following in her footsteps in an interview.


She said, "Harry is massively into football, so I think he's going to be sporty in some way. He loved the World Cup this year and he's a big Arsenal supporter."


She continued, "Belle [aged seven] is bright and her imagination is amazing and she loves writing stories and disappearing into her own little world so maybe something creative.'' 


She added that she hopes to help them into whatever paths they want.


“By the time they go on to have careers I would hope that I've armed them with all the tools and knowledge they need. It's for them to go out and make their own mistakes and learn their own things then.”



My girls... suddenly the shines a little brighter...

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She said it was too early to have an idea about what career path her youngest, Chester,  will take. 


He celebrated his fourth birthday at the weekend with a trip tio watch Aladdin in the theatre.


Holly took to her Instagram to post a photo of herself and the cast posing in front of the stage.


She captioned it, "wow what an incredible show... thank you to the amazing cast of @aladdinlondon... Chester loved his birthday surprise... spectacular!''


The 37-year-old is set to jet off soon to Australia as Ant McPartlin's replacement on I'm A Celebrity...and she will be taking her three children, husband Dan and her parents along with her. 


Good luck Holly, you'll do amazing. 



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