Holly Willoughby has said she isn't planning on having any more children. The This Morning presenter, who has three children with her husband Dan Baldwin, has said her family is complete after welcoming baby Chester in September 2014.
"We keep having babies! But I am done now. I am not going anywhere," she told The Sun.
The 34-year-old added that she and her husband came to the decision because she hates taking maternity leave from her roles on This Morning and Celebrity Juice. She also admitted that she "misses" friend Fearne Cotton, who has recently given birth to daughter Honey with her husband Jesse Wood.
Holly Willoughby said she isn't planning on having any more children
"I miss Fearne – she is a huge part of the show," Holly said of her friend.
Holly has recently returned to This Morning following a yearlong maternity leave, telling fans she was "unbelievably excited" to be back on the ITV show with co-host Philip Schofield. "Working with Phil is wonderful, I count myself incredibly lucky," Holly said.
The popular presenter, who is mum to Harry, six, Belle, four, and 11-month-old Chester, has previously said that herself and Dan are both happy with three children.
Holly has recently returned to This Morning after her maternity leave
Speaking to the Belfast Telegraph earlier in the year, Holly said: "Since Chester has come along the family feels in a good place. Three just feels like a good number."
She also said she felt "lucky" to have met Dan at a young age.
"We were ready to have children quite early," she explained. "I was so lucky to meet Dan when I did. I was quite young, but it just means you get longer with him."
Holly's down-to-earth nature and role as a working mum in the public eye has seen her named the UK's favourite celebrity role model for mothers two years in a row, beating the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and Angelina Jolie.