Holly Willoughby reveals details about her marriage to Dan, including ‘angry’ fights.
Holly Willoughby has revealed some previously unseen details about her life and marriage to Dan, admitting that she gets “disproportionately angry” and needs to “address issue of control.”
Since breaking into the public eye, Holly Willoughby has kept her personal life private, but in her new book Reflections, the famous TV presenter spilled some new details.
The mother-of-three has revealed details about her romantic life, including her relationship with husband Dan Baldwin, whom she met in 2004.
Holly and Dan married in 2007 and have three children: Harry, 12, Belle, 10, and Chester, seven, who are rarely seen in public.
According to The Sun, Holly admitted in her new book Reflections that she gets “disproportionately angry” when her husband questions her television choices.
“If I’m watching TV and my husband asks, ‘Why are you watching this s**t?’,” she wrote in the book, “it’ll spark something deep inside and I’ll get disproportionately angry about it.”
“However, I’m angry because I have a nagging feeling that someone is trying to control what I’m doing.”
She claimed that her husband is “absolutely not” attempting to control her, but that she is concerned about control in her life.
“Perhaps that’s a sign that I still need to address the issue of control,” Holly continued.
Holly has famously discussed her love for reality shows such as Made In Chelsea and Love Is Blind, though she didn’t say which ones Dan isn’t impressed by.
After launching her own brand, Wylde Moon, in the lead-up to her book Reflections, Holly has followed in the footsteps of Gwyneth Paltrow.
Over the last few years, the This Morning host has been focusing on her alternative therapies, and she recently announced that she would be launching her own brand to promote the relaxing lifestyle.
Along with her book and new brand, she’ll be releasing podcasts.
Holly “rediscovered herself” while on I’m A Celebrity…
In 2018, he replaced Ant McPartlin on Get Me Out of Here! in Australia.
She said she learned a lot in Australia, where she encountered many people who advocated for alternative therapies such as meditation and sound baths.
Holly stated when Wylde Moon was released that she wanted other women to discover themselves in the same way she did, and she has created her own brand to help them do so.
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