Holly Willoughby returns to the UK with husband Dan and kids after holiday
Holly Willoughby has been spotted arriving back in the UK with her brood in tow following a family holiday to Dubai.
The This Morning host, 38, looked remarkably fresh after the eight-hour flight from the UAE to London.
She and husband Dan kept their three children Harry, ten, Belle, eight, and Chester, four, in line as they whizzed their suitcases through arrivals over the weekend.
Holly sported a relaxed look to ensure a comfortable journey in black jeans and a matching t-shirt.
The fashion-forward TV favourite covered her shoulders with a khaki jacket and strolled along in white trainers.
She allowed her natural beauty to shine through by going make-up free.
Holly and her family returned back home in time for her to host Dancing On Ice on Sunday eve.
It comes after rumours of a rift broke out between Holly and her co-host Phil Scofield last month.
Phillip was recently heard gushing over Holly amid the alleged feud between the two TV personalities.
Phil, 57, has revealed that their close friendship has been a huge factor in their TV success.
He explained to MailOnline : "It worked so perfectly because we think at the same speed, we've got the same sense of humour. It works so well."
Their notable friendship is frequently watched by millions of Brits each day, and Holly herself admitted she could never have predicted their partnership to become what it has.
She said: "We hadn't done This Morning together yet but Dancing On Ice really was the first time."
She added: "For me, I had just come from kids telly, Dancing on Ice was the first grown-up telly I had ever done! Even if I had dreamt the best possible outcome, I would never have expected this."
Phil, too, revealed that he never thought Dancing On Ice would become as much of a hit as it has.
He said: "We were terrified, the pair of us were really scared. It was a very big show and a big new idea.
"There is also an element of danger with 'Dancing On Ice', which we don't have in anything else. You're constantly thinking 'Wow. Someone could hurt themselves here. And it's live!'"
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