Holly Willoughby gives glimpse into ‘perfect’ family holiday in the Maldives

Holly Willoughby gives glimpse into ‘perfect’ family holiday in the Maldives

Holly Willoughby has given fans a glimpse into her idyllic family holiday in the Maldives.

The TV presenter, who has been away from hosting This Morning over the Easter break, told her 5.4 million Instagram followers that she is back home but has “beautiful memories” of her trip.

She posted a picture of herself in which she is seen from behind, overlooking the tropical blue sea.

Willoughby wrote: “Hard to say goodbye to this… @sixsenseslaamu I unpacked my bag and my mind… home now with beautiful memories of our time at what is such a special place.”

She added that it had been the “perfect holiday”.

Willoughby also posted a rare picture of her three children from their getaway, although her husband Dan Baldwin did not appear in the snaps.

Her children – sons Harry and Chester and daughter Belle – were pictured from behind while on a beach, looking up at a sunset in the sky.

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The TV star wrote: “Heavens above…”

Willoughby, who also appears in the current series of Celebrity Juice, is thought to be returning to This Morning next week alongside Phillip Schofield.

- Press Association

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