Holly Willoughby snuggles son Chester in rare picture taken in family home

Holly Willoughby snuggles son Chester in rare picture taken in family home


Holly Willoughby has shared a heart warming post on Instagram wishing her son, Chester, a happy birthday.

The This Morning presenter uploaded a blurry snap as she embraced her now eight year old son in a loving cuddle and wrote a touching message to the birthday boy.

Holly captioned the post: "Early morning blurry snuggles with the birthday boy… Happy 8th Birthday Chester…we love you so very much."

The picture gave fans a rare glimpse inside the family home as the proud mum-of-three snuggled up to her youngest.

Fans and followers were quick to comment on the photo to wish Chester a happy birthday and send their love to Holly.

BT Sport presenter and podcast host Jake Humphrey wrote: "8!?!? How is that even possible. The days are flying by so take those cuddles at every opportunity".

Kate Thornton was also quick to respond, the radio presenter said: "Happy birthday Chester! That looks like an amazing hug"

Among the long list of celebrities send loving messages was Alan Carr who labelled the picture as "adorable" and Abbey Clancy who penned: "Happy birthday to our gorgeous Chester have the best day beautiful boy."

Holly and her husband, Daniel Baldwin, share three children together – Harry 13, Belle, 11 and Chester who turns eight today.

The post comes at a time where Holly and co-presenter Phillip Schofield have come under enormous scrutiny, following their alleged queue-jumping escapades at Westminster Abbey.

This Morning defended their anchors and released a statement claiming the presenting duo were there as part of the "world media" to report on the event.

During a show after the incident Holly bravely tackled the accusations head on and said: "Like hundreds of accredited broadcasters and journalists, we were given official permission to access the hall. It was strictly for reporting on the event for millions of people in the UK who haven't been able to visit Westminster in person."

She continued: "The rules were that we would be quickly escorted around the edges to a platform at the back. In contrast, those paying respects walked along a carpeted area beside the coffin and were given time to pause.

"None of the broadcasters and journalists there took anyone's place in the queue, and no-one filed past the Queen."

Holly added: "We, of course, respected those rules. However, we realised that it may have looked like something else, and therefore totally understand the reaction. Please know we would never jump the queue."


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