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Holly Willoughby celebrates baby Chester's first birthday with beautiful snapshot

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Holly Willoughby was in an emotional mood as she celebrated the first birthday of her son Chester on 29 September. The popular TV presenter gave fans an insight into how she's feeling with by tweeting a picture of his tiny hand in hers. In the caption she'd written: "Happy 1st birthday to our gorgeously perfect wonderfully beautiful Chester. Where did that year go?"

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Holly Willoughby loves being a mum but won't be having any more children

While the bubbly blonde is thrilled at the family she has with husband Dan Baldwin, more children are not an option. Holly, who is also mum to their older boy Harry, six, and four-year-old daughter Belle, does not plan on getting pregnant again.

After coming back to This Morning from maternity leave in September, she told the Sun: "We keep having babies! But I am done now. I am not going anywhere."

Luckily her best friend Fearne Cotton has just given birth to a little girl called Honey if she gets broody and does want to coo over a newborn.

Ahead of her big comeback on the sofa with presenting partner Phillip Schofield, Holly tweeted: "I am soooooo unbelievably excited to be coming home!!!!"@Schofe I hope you've kept the place neat and tidy! X."

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Chester Baldwin is Holly Willoughby's third child

She wasted no time making her mark on show. When royal hairdresser Richard Ward arrived to demonstrate the new hair cut he gave the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, on three ordinary viewers, Holly decided to have her fringe cut on the spur of the moment. The look, he explained, is called the 'gringe' short for grown up fringe.

"Shall I cut (mine)?" asked Holly, to which the celebrity hairstylist replied, "I would love to cut your hair!"

"Go on then… but not too short, don't scare me!" laughed Holly.

The 34-year-old mother-of-three looked thrilled with the result, exclaiming afterwards: "Ta da! What do you think? I love it when it's up because I'm always tying my hair up at home and it gives a bit of business around the front. But can we change the name from "gringe" please?"

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