This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby lives in a £3million home in London with her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children Harry, Belle and Chester. The star rarely shares much of her private life online, but she has previously given an inside look at her bedroom.
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Holly Willoughby unveiled her bedroom on her birthday
On her birthday in 2017, she uploaded a photo of herself in bed with her three children. The image showed a purple suede bed frame, floral patterned wallpaper, and plain white bedding which we'd hedge our bets came from her Dunelm homeware collection.
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Holly's bedroom has a grey and white colour scheme
A few months later, Holly revealed another peek inside the room via a photo of her pet cat on her bed. There is a grey and white colour scheme, with white bedding and a grey knitted throw, and a grey button-back armchair as seen in the background. There's also a white marble fireplace, and it looks as though Holly has light grey walls in the room, with white shutters at her windows.
Holly shared a look inside son Chester's bedroom
The same muted design continues into her son Chester's bedroom. She posted a photo of her youngest son's toy rabbit collection in the space, showing light green walls with white wooden panels.
In total, the home has six bedrooms, but thus far, Holly has only revealed a look inside her and her son Chester's. She has lived in the four-storey property for several years, and although she likes to keep it tightly under wraps, she has also revealed much of their kitchen and garden amid the coronavirus pandemic, while the family have been spending most of their time at home. It was reported that Holly also had plans to renovate their garage into a studio flat for the children's au pair in 2019, but Holly has yet to share an update on the project.
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