This Morning star Holly Willoughby called stubborn during handwriting analysis on show

What does your handwriting say about you?

This Morning stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s handwriting revealed some very interesting things about their personalities during Wednesday’s episode – including the fact that Holly can apparently be stubborn!

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During the episode, Graphologist Tracey Trussell explained that how Holly wrote the letter d on her sample shows things about her character, continuing: “There’s one interesting little thing here… the tepee shape shows that you can be quite stubborn.” Laughing, Holly replied: “I can, just ask my husband!”

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Tracey added: “One of the stand out features of your handwriting is you've got strong rising base lines which shows tremendous spirit and you're very enthusiastic about everything that you do. You're very optimistic and upbeat and that's a lovely trait."

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What does your handwriting say about you?

Meanwhile, Phillip’s doodle of a tree was a representation of himself, but since he drew a fence around it, Tracy explained that it’s showing his protection around himself. Tracey also explained that Phillip’s doodle of a maze shows that “there are inner struggles going on, inner battles, which is quite interesting,” to which Phillip quipped: “I don’t know what you mean!”

Fans of the show enjoyed the segment, with one writing: “I love love love the handwriting lady on @thismorning. I could listen to her all day #graphology #thismorning it’s absolutely fascinating.”

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