Holly Willoughby praised her followers for their support as she uploaded a video commemorating a key milestone in the midst of a ‘tough’ year.
The 42-year-old man The This Morning anchor posted a video on Instagram of herself dancing in a gorgeous sequined minidress as she blew out two candles to celebrate the two-year anniversary of her lifestyle and health business Wylde Moon.
Holly’s brand and website provide lifestyle, fashion, and inspiring material, as well as wellness suggestions and astrology.
Alongside the clip, Holly wrote: ‘To everyone who has been on the @wyldemoon journey with us for the last 2 years… thank you!
‘I love sharing with you all those things that make my heart sing… from day 1 it’s been a space that felt important to me and over the last 2 years that feeling continues to grow.
‘But the best bit is the connections and interactions with you fellow wylde one’s… that is so unbelievably special… love you to the moon and back!
‘Happy 2nd birthday @wyldemoon 🌙✨ #wyldemoon #adandownbrand.’
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Her This Morning co-stars took to the comments to congratulate her, with TV chef Juliet Sear writing ‘Congratulations Holly see you tomorrow xxx.’
This comes after Holly shared some happy images with Wylde Moon, posting photos from her love vacation with husband Dan Baldwin, after Phillip Schofield was believed to have’moved on’.
The former This Morning anchor, 61, deleted all traces of his former colleague from Instagram, according to a source, and has ‘moved on for good now’.
Schofield left the ITV show earlier this year amid accusations that he and Holly were ‘barely speaking,’ and days later, he shockingly resigned from the network in full and admitting to a ‘unwise but not illegal’ romance with a younger staffer.
Holly subsequently stated at the National Television Awards that she was “shaken, troubled, let down,” and “full of questions,” and that it had been a “difficult year.”
‘If I am really honest, it has been up and down,’ she admitted.
‘It has been a terrible year for everybody, but what’s great is that people gather behind you and the kindness is there,’ she told The Sun at the lavish event hosted at London’s O2.
‘People want things to move on. It feels different.’
Things appeared to worsen when it was reported Schofield deleted all photos of the couple together from his Instagram.
The insider added to MailOnline: ‘The fact that Phil appears to have removed them from his page is very telling about how he feels about Holly.
‘He seems to have moved on for good now, and is trying to leave Holly behind.’
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV1.
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