Holly Willoughby cuts a cool figure in tight jeans and a blazer as she chats on the phone


HOLLY Willoughby was effortlessly cool today as she stepped out in west London.

The This Morning star, 39, wore skinny jeans, a grey Levi’s T-shirt and a blazer as she walked and talked on her phone.


Holly Willoughby looked super stylish in London today[/caption]

The stylish presenter had plenty of room for essentials in her large black leather handbag, and she finished her look with some shades.

This week Holly voiced her concern at the prospect of only being able to invite either her mum or dad for Christmas.

Under the government’s strict new clampdown measures no more than six people will be allowed to meet up at home.


She rocked a Levi’s tee with skinny jeans[/caption]


The star walked and talked in the west of the capital[/caption]

The rules are expected to be in force for months – meaning grandparents and grandchildren may not be able to spend Christmas together.

Holly said on This Morning: “What will Christmas look like? It’s going to be very awkward in my house.

“I’m in a family of five so I’ll have to choose between my mum and dad on Christmas Day.”

Opening the discussion up to commentator Matthew Wright, she added: “It’s not a nice thing to look forward to, is it?”

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Holly Willoughby said she faced having to choose between her mum and dad[/caption]


The This Morning presenter has three children in her family of five[/caption]

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With husband Dan Baldwin there will only be space for one more person[/caption]

He replied: “You can’t have your parents over on Christmas Day but you can go on public transport. For the life of me, I can’t make any sense of it.”

Holly has three children – Chester, five, Belle, nine and Harry, 11 – with husband Dan Baldwin, 45.

That means she would have to choose between mum Lynne, 71, or dad Brian come Christmas Day – not to mention any of Dan’s family members.

Breaking the new restrictions carries a £100 fine – which doubles every time you’re caught out, to a maximum of £3,200.


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