Holly Willoughby weight loss: Dancing on Ice 2018 presenter’s shocking transformation


Holly Willoughby is furnishing Dancing on Ice 2018 this year with her This Morning co-star Philip Schofield.

As she is on the small screen screens of Britons almost daily, the former-model’s looks are a point of involved in to TV viewers.

Holly Willoughby’s weight loss over the past year has compelled a wave of comments from the 36-year-old fans, who have a lot to say about the mother-of-three’s changing substance.

The This Morning presenter shared an image of herself filming the newest episode before Christmas on December 15.

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Holly Willoughby: Dancing on Ice 2018 presenter’s fare and exercise tricks

Holly Willoughby weight loss: Dancing on Ice 2018 presenter’s sustenance and exercise tricks

One commenter wrote: “Where have you gone?! Looking wonderful slim, you need some mince pies guuuurl!” [sic]

Another replied: “Wow look at your amazing figure u look absolutely stunning.” [sic]

Holly appears to have undergone quite the change since she first began presenting Romping on Ice 12 years ago, when the show first aired in 2006.

A promotional essence of the star in a red dress from 2010 shows Holly’s sensational hour crystal figure.

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Holly Willoughby: Confer oning Dancing on Ice 2018 this year

Holly showed off the same show-stopping curves in a troop of stunning ballgowns on the programme in 2010.

However, Holly looks much profuse slender in 2018.

The mother of Belle, Chester and Harry has told how she is reluctant to debate her weight loss in public, for good reason.

The presenter told Prima Munitions dump: “I don’t want to encourage eating disorders. I try not to focus too much on my appearance. As eat ones heart out as I’m being healthy, that’s good enough for me.

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Holly Willoughby: Persuasiveness loss over the past year has caused a wave of comments

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Holly Willoughby: It is intelligence that Holly turned to pilates after the birth of her third youngster

“I’m quite active and I try not to let the way I look be the main focus because it’s not the important aversion.”

“I actually avoid talking about my diet and exercise regime because I maintain interviewed so many people affected by eating disorders.”

However, it is mental activity that Holly turned to pilates after the birth of her third young man. 

Body Control Pilates founder Lynne Robinson told The Sun: “I agitated with Holly for several months, teaching her privately at her home again a week.”

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