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Holly Willoughby's passion she's passed down to her three kids

The This Morning star has a mum of three

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Rachel Avery
Rachel AveryHomes Editor
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Holly Willoughby is taking a break from This Morning, enjoying the summer holidays with her three children, and in her latest Wylde Moon newsletter the star has revealed a shared pastime.

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In one of the photos included in Holly's moodboard, she could be seen reading a book with her youngest son Chester between her legs, also reading his own book. The mother-son duo were sitting on the beach enjoying their downtime and it looked like a dream day out.

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It's not the first time that Holly has shared a snap of her reading with Chester, as she once took a picture of her going through a book with her son in their family kitchen.

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Holly enjoyed a beach day with her son / Image: Wylde Moon

Holly loves getting stuck into a good book and has learnt to navigate life with dyslexia. Speaking about her condition on This Morning, she said: "When I went to college, there was one lady in particular I met who gave me so much advice and for me that was my turning point."

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She also previously shared her thoughts on the fact that her children will be dyslexic too. "I do bear it in mind quite a lot," Holly told Glasgow's Sunday Post. "Although my mum hasn't been officially tested, she has very similar tendencies to me.

"I don't know whether that's hereditary or not, but I do think about that. Schools are so much more advanced in looking out for it than when I was at school."

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Holly used to read to Chester when he was younger 

The presenter is fiercely protective of her kids and never shows their faces on social media. In March, the TV star explained her reasoning, saying on This Morning: "I choose not to show my children's faces because I know that's the deal. If you show one photograph, then they're out there. They're for consumption for everybody, which is why I choose not to do it."

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