Holly Willoughby Tells Fans She’s Tired After Admitting ‘About Hanging On’


Viewers of ITV’s daytime show This Morning were surprised to see presenter Holly Willoughby absent from the show when she returned on Monday January 4 after the Christmas break.
The 39-year-old was scheduled to appear alongside co-host Phillip Schofield, the Mirror reported at the time, but the popular presenter was replaced by Rochelle Humes.

On Monday’s show, Phillip explained to viewers that Holly was spending more time with her family, but viewers began to voice their concern on social media when she didn’t show up on Tuesday’s show. .

Rochelle Humes intervened Monday and Tuesday

Joking about her absence from the show, Phillip teased viewers by saying, “She’s about to wrap up her filming engagements with The Masked Singer, so she’ll be back tomorrow.” Badger, who would have thought? I guessed it from the word goes. I shouldn’t have said it but there you go. ”

You can read more about Phillip’s theory here.

Later on the show, Phil told ITV viewers, “She is currently dealing with her childcare issues and will be back tomorrow. ”

Holly returned to This Morning on Wednesday when the phone call was about homeschooling

Holly returned to the show on Wednesday saying, “Hello, hello and welcome to your Wednesday morning, it’s great to be back! How are you? I missed you! ”

Referring to the new England lockdown announcement, she said: “Are you okay? I think we are about to hold on! ”

On Friday night, Holly revealed to her fans on Instagram that after the holidays and home schooling for her three children, she was feeling tired.

The Instagram post shows the presenter thoughtful and is accompanied by the comment: “Friday… could sleep until Monday…”

The post generated support from several of his seven million followers, including actor John Barrowman who commented; “Just know I’m here now !!!

Numerous public comments on the post sent Holly support and empathy, acknowledging that it was a difficult and tiring time for many.

One follower admitted that they were struggling too, saying, “I’m with you, I could do this until March, so fed up. ”

Another follower encouraged Holly, posting: “Snap Mama! Home school and work hey? Chin up chick. You got this. X ”

ITV colleagues also showed their support on Holly’s Instragam post.

Alison Hammond, who is a regular feature film presenter on This Morning and, along with co-host Dermot O’Leary took over the Friday This Morning featured slot, commented: “There she is,” accompanied by two emojis. of heart.

And Rochell Humes, who replaced Holly this week while she was gone, simply said, “Beautiful.”


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