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Holly Willoughby delights This Morning viewers as she brings her kittens to work

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Holly Willoughby brightened up Blue Monday with a couple of special guests on This Morning. The 35-year-old took her two little kittens to work as she hosted a special segment about training cats. Taking to her Instagram page to share a behind-the-scenes picture with her pets, she wrote in the caption: "Take your kittens to work day."

She later added another snap of herself posing with her kittens, Teddy and Bluebell. Fans were quick to post gushing messages, with one writing: "I love them!!! I would love to take my kittens to work, I'd have so much fun." Another shared: "Your kittens are absolutely cute, I love rag doll cats my brother has one that is 7 years old called Skye, I just love their faces and eyes."

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In November, Holly revealed she welcomed the two kittens into her family shortly after the death of her pet cat Roxy, who died unexpectedly in her sleep. "I'm in kitten zen," she told co-host Phillip Schofield. Holly then showed a video of her new pets. "Please welcome the new members of the Willoughby family - Teddy and Bluebell," she said. "Named by my children I might add but I was quite happy with those names. I thought they did quite well when you think what it could have been.

"They are really good, they have been really sweet. Teddy is a bit sniffly snuffly and then Bluebell fell asleep somewhere and we couldn't find her and she had fallen asleep in the Christmas tree. How cute it that?"

Take your kittens to work day... 💙
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The mother-of-three previously made an emotional appearance on This Morning, wiping away tears as she spoke about the moment she had to tell her children Roxy had died. "A really strange thing on Thursday night, she went to sleep, we came down in the morning and she passed away in her sleep," she confessed. "There had been nothing wrong with her. It was a real shock for everybody. She was a big part of the family, always been there for the kids."

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