Holly Willoughby reveals she’s been killing time in quarantine by tie-dying t-shirts with her kids

HOLLY Willoughby has revealed she’s been killing time in quarantine by tie-dying t-shirts with her kids.

Holly – who is mum to Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, five – said she'd been entertaining her brood by teaching them creative tricks while they self-isolate after their recent holiday to Portugal.

The 39-year-old has been keeping herself and her kids busy at home, showing her children how to soak t-shirts in and tie them with rubber bands to create the splattered effect.

Holly captioned her photo of almost a dozen colourful tops: "Quarantine cliche… tie dye incoming! ❤️💚💛💙🧡💜🤍🖤💖"

The This Morning star has a lot of time to fill after finding herself in coronavirus quarantine, but has made the most of her time at home before she heads back to work next week.

She's been knocking up piles of sushi too, and has given her fans a rare glimpse at her home during her demonstrations.


Wearing a grey top and a sunny smile, the star shared a picture of her rolling out long tubes of the Japanese snack before slicing them up.

And it seemed she'd mastered the tricky-to-make dish, which is made of fish, rice and seaweed, with plates of the stuff piled up behind her.

Holly, who has never been one to post much on social media, also shared a picture of herself in a rainbow-coloured dress.


She captioned the post: "Had to share this one with you… you know how I love a rainbow dress!"

Even if the prospect of being unable to leave her London house for days had left her feeling at all down, Holly certainly didn't show it.

The star had to cut her seven-week holiday to Portugal short this month due to rules put in place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Holly had planned to fly back from the Algarve, where she was staying at the luxurious Quinta Do Lago resort, at the end of August.


However, she had to return home due to specific Covid-19 travel restrictions, with an insider explaining: "Holly accepts that she has to go into quarantine and will follow the rules."

She is now back at home isolating with her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children before she heads back to the This Morning studio in September.

Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield will be welcomed back to This Morning next week with a huge special edpisode, and have even bagged ITV's biggest stars, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, as guests when the main hosts return for the first time in two months.

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