Holly Willoughby reveals she loves her curvy figure and is 'much happier' with her face now she's olderDecember 4, 2018
The I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! presenter has opened up about body confidence in a new interview, admitting that she hasn't always been comfortable with her looks.
Holly, 37, even confessed that she used to refuse to leave the house without mascara, but now she "doesn't care" about her appearance.
Speaking to Red magazine, the blonde beauty explained: "I feel like now I'm getting older, I'm much happier with my face as it is now than when I was younger.
"There was a time where I wouldn't go out of the house without at least putting mascara on.
"Now I literally don't care. I'm not afraid of how I look in the mirror."
Holly also addressed the fact that what she wears on This Morning and I'm A Celeb often sells out in shops – crediting her "normal" shape for resonating so well with viewers at home.
She shared: "On This Morning, you can actually see what's being worn.
"It's an honest way of seeing what an item of clothing looks like. Also, I'm not completely straight up and down, I'm curvy, so I think I'm sort of a normal shape, wearing normal clothes.
"That makes people go, 'Oh yes, I might look like that in that'."
Holly, who has three children with her husband Dan Baldwin, has impressed fans after she stepped in to replace Ant McPartlin as Declan Donnelly's I'm A Celeb co-host.
Ant was forced to bow out of his work commitments to focus on his recovery for alcohol and drug addiction.
Holly has been warmly received by viewers after joining Dec in Australia for the ITV reality show.
Fans have even called for Holly to return alongside Ant and Dec for next year's series of the show as they have enjoyed her friendly demeanour and hilarious reactions to the gruesome Bushtucker Trials.
Holly previously admitted that she was thrilled to have been asked to stand in for Ant, saying at the time: "I couldn't be more excited to have been asked to stand alongside Dec for the next jungle adventure.
"I love Ant and want to send him my best wishes and support for a continued recovery. These are big shoes, not to fill, but just to keep warm for a little bit."
Read Holly's full interview in the January issue of Red, on sale December 4
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