Holly Willoughby congratulated her husband for “keeping the house going” in a heartfelt new video message shared on YouTube on Friday.
Television personality, 39, paid tribute to Dan Baldwin, her 12-year-old husband, for taking care of their three children while she continued working in the confinement of COVID-19 , as part of ITV’s Britain Get Talking mental health initiative.
His comforting words were shared at the same time as his This Morning co-host, Phillip Schofield, 58, congratulated his mother Pat for being “resilient” in the midst of the crisis.
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Honoring: Holly Willougby and Phillip Schofield paid tribute to loved ones as part of the British ITV Britain Get Talking initiative on mental health on Friday
In her self-filmed clip, Holly said, “I wanted to yell at my husband Dan today because I come to work and he is at home with the kids.
“He does his best to do school at home, he does his best to do his best to change the beds, he maintains the house while I am here at work.
“And also when I come back, he gave me lunch. And it also makes us laugh all the time. It’s a huge cry for you Dan. I love you very very much. Let Britain speak.
Praise: 39-year-old TV personality congratulated her 12-year-old husband Dan Baldwin for caring for their three children while she continued working in the midst of COVID-19 isolation
Love: Holly continued from Dan (photo in July 2016), “He also makes us laugh all the time. It’s a huge cry for you Dan. I love you very much ‘
In his clip, Phillip said, “I’ll say thank you to my mom for facing. She is now locked up alone in Cornwall, having food delivered right outside her front door, then taking it out and picking it up when left behind.
“She doesn’t complain. She is resilient, she is funny, we are FaceTiming and she seems to be doing incredibly well.
“So I just want to say thank you, mom. Thank you for smiling and supporting him and for being so fun. And let’s not forget to let Britain speak.
Resilient: his comforting words were shared at the same time as his co-host of This Morning, Phillip, 58, congratulated his mother Pat on his “resilience” in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis
Gratitude: The TV personality added from her mother Pat (June 2019 photo), “I just want to say thank you, mom. Thank you for smiling and supporting him and for being so fun ‘
According to ITV, Britain Keep Talking was launched in October 2019 “as part of ITV’s continuing goal of encouraging 10 million people to take action and improve their mental or physical health over the next five years.”
Meanwhile, Holly was spotted getting emotional on Thursday Morning when co-host Phillip admitted he was missing their team.
As Holly and Phil continue to present from London’s ITV studios, most of their guests, contributor Vanessa Feltz are part of the show from home.
On Thursday, during Vanessa’s counseling segment, Holly admitted that she missed having their co-star in the studio.
Tearful: Meanwhile, Holly was spotted getting emotional on Thursday Morning when co-host Phillip admitted he was missing their team
At Home: While Holly and Phil continue to present from ITV studios, most of their guests, including regular presenters Vanessa Feltz, participate in the show from their home
Phillip added: “I regret that not everyone is here. In addition to taking precautions by limiting the number of guests in the studio, This Morning also broadcasts with a minimum of crew.
Holly and Phil must also sit two meters apart during the show, in accordance with the rules of social distancing.
Phil made Holly moved by saying, “Thank goodness we met. You’re far away, but thank God, we met.
‘I know. Oh my god, I think you’re going to make me cry, “exclaimed Holly, her voice breaking.
From the bottom of my heart: Phil made Holly emotional by saying, “Thank goodness we met. You’re far away, but thank God, we met “
Aside: Holly and Phil must sit two meters apart during the show, according to the rules of social distancing