Holly Willoughby: ‘You’ve saved my marriage’ This Morning host declares amid new move

This Morning star Holly Willoughby, 39, spoke candidly about her home life with TV producer husband Dan Baldwin, 45, during the coronavirus lockdown. The ITV favourite revealed she has just discovered her beau’s “annoying” typing while he works from home.

Her cheeky admission comes as she joined her co-host Phillip Schofield, 59, and encouraged viewers to discuss their biggest frustrations during lockdown.

Holly vented about Dan, as she told viewers: “I’ll tell you what, Dan is obviously working from home and I have discovered something which I didn’t know before, which is really annoying.

“He taps and types really loudly, there is no reason to hit those keys as loudly as he does. He’s like,” the star then loudly mimicked his typing skills.”

She added: “I’m like shut up! Don’t do that, especially when he brings his laptop into bed and is sitting there writing an email. I’m like, ‘No.'”


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However, chef John Torode, 54, was able to offer Holly some advice as he cooked up a banana french toast recipe via video link on This Morning yesterday.

He instructed the blonde beauty to turn the volume down on her husband’s laptop.

John advised: “Just for Holly, you know you can turn the volume of a laptop keyboard down? So the volume of the keyboard can go down so the keys don’t make as much noise.”

A stunned Holly exclaimed: “No? I thought it was the tapping. Sorry, my mind is blown. You’ve just saved our marriage!”

The presenter also encouraged her husband Dan to ring in for the segment and share her annoying habits.

As she commented: “I am practically perfect in every way, so clearly I do nothing.”

Holly, who tied the knot with husband Dan Baldwin in 2007, shares three children with her beau – Harry, 10, Belle, nine and five-year-old Chester.

Meanwhile, Holly has joined forces with This Morning colleague Phillip Schofield and a host of famous faces to support young people during the coronavirus crisis.


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The presenter is among 29 celebrity names including Harry Redknapp, Sharon Osbourne and Alesha Dixon who appear in a video encouraging young people to seek support from The Prince’s Trust following the COVID-19 outbreak.

Phillip, who has been a Prince’s Trust Ambassador for more than 25 years, reminded young people that they can still talk to youth support workers online.

Elsewhere, Holly recently took to Instagram and shared a sweet snap with her son Chester, who she rarely features on social media.

The TV presenter used the post to promote Marks and Spencer’s new charity T-shirt as she posed with her son while both were wearing the top.


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Holly looked fresh-faced as she beamed for the camera, while showing just a hint of Chester’s smile and their matching tops.

She captioned the post: “Me and Chester wearing our @marksandspencer ‘All In This Together’ charity t shirt…

“All profits going to the NHS Charities Together, supporting the amazing NHS staff and volunteers who are working so tirelessly…

“Show your appreciation and support too, I’ve put the link to it in my stories. I’m a proud M&S Ambassador so I am not posting this as an ad, but because it’s lovely #allinthistogether #nhs.”

This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am.

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