‘No pants!’ Holly Willoughby giggles coyly as she admits she doesn’t wear underwear to bed… after Phillip Schofield insists she reveal her nighttime get-up to the nation
Holly Willoughby revealed on Tuesday that she wears no knickers in bed.
The This Morning presenter was left giggling as Phillip Shofield encouraged her to reveal whether she thinks underwear should be worn under pyjamas.
‘No pants. No pants,’ Holly, 40, said, before coyly adding: ‘Stop making me say “no pants” on TV!’
‘No pants!’ Holly Willoughby revealed on Tuesday that she wears no knickers in bed
This left Phil and fellow guests Giles Brandriff and Nick Ferrari laughing alongside the blonde.
‘No pants please, we’re British!’ Giles joked.
With Phil adding: ‘To the good folk at the MailOnline – you’re most welcome!’
Phil had joked that Holly brought the subject up in the first place, with her insisting she hadn’t.
Thanks Phil! Phil added, ‘To the good folk at the MailOnline – you’re most welcome!’
Cheeky: ‘No pants. No pants,’ Holly, 40, said, before coyly adding, ‘Stop making me say “no pants” on TV!’
Holly made further revelations about her states of undress last week, when she admitted to shedding her clothes each time she returned home to avoid spreading germs to her family at the start of the lockdown last year.
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to take its grip and a nationwide lockdown was announced in March 2020, Holly – who shares three children with husband Dan Baldwin – admits she took no chances while shooting her ITV show This Morning.
‘I knew we were doing something important,’ The Sun quotes her as saying. ‘I’ve got the kids at home, Dan wasn’t going into the office so I was really the only one going in and out of that house and I was worried, because I was thinking that I’ve got a responsibility for my own children.
Safety first: Holly revealed she removed her clothes each time she returned home to avoid spreading germs to her family at the start of the lockdown
‘Having said all of that, I knew what we were doing was important, important enough for me to kind of go, “No, I know we’re being safe at work.
‘”I know I’m going to come home and wash my hands and take my clothes off by the door and get in the shower and all those things”, because I knew what we were doing was important so I wanted to keep doing it.’
Holly continued to host This Morning alongside Phillip, 59, during the height of the pandemic, with the pair remaining socially distanced and without studio guests, per safety guidelines, which have only recently started to loosen.
The TV personality is the mother of three children – Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and six-year-old Chester – who she shares with husband Dan, 46.
Offspring: The presenter is the mother of three children – Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, six
In March, Holly revealed that socialising with other parents at ‘mum groups’ was one the ‘most important’ things that helped her as a new mother.
She said that making the effort to go to events with other families was important for the ‘socialisation’ of her baby.
During a discussion on the ongoing lockdown restrictions across the country and the impact on new parents on This Morning, she admitted it was good as it ‘got her out of the house’.
Speaking alongside her co-host Phillip, she said: ‘I remember being a new mum, one of the most important things was socialisation of the baby, going to mum groups, whatever it was, music things.
Family: Holly raises her three children with husband Dan Baldwin. Pictured together in 2009
‘That would be good for me because it would get me out of the house, but also great for the children to be able to socialise.’
The TV favourite chooses not to show her kids’ faces on social media, but in March shared a sweet picture with her daughter Belle to mark International Women’s Day.
That same month, Holly spoke about how she never shows her children online as then they become ‘for consumption for everybody’.
During a discussion about Meghan Markle she said: ‘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.’
Hosts: Holly, 40, continued to host This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield, 59, during the height of the pandemic, with the pair remaining socially distanced
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