“Heart full of love and belly full of fondue”: Holly Willoughby gets into the festive mood for lunch with Nicole Appleton and Christine Lampard
She recently recovered from a nasty stomach bug that saw her missing This Morning for three straight days.
And Holly Willoughby got into the festive spirit on Thursday as she left for lunch in London with Nicole Appleton, Shiarra Bell, Christine Lampard and Niki from Metz.
She told her Instagram followers, “What a beautiful afternoon… with a heart full of love and a belly full of fondue.”
“Heart full of love and belly full of fondue:” Holly Willoughby got into the festive spirit Thursday for a lunch in London with Nicole Appleton, Shiarra Bell and Christine Lampard
Holly looked effortlessly chic in a cozy turtleneck as she shared a stunning selfie inside a cozy igloo from their daughters day.
She continued: Thank you @jimmyspopup for hosting us in one of your magic snow globes … I missed you @emmaleebunton ‘
Christine looked the same snuggled up in an elegant chunky white knit while Nicole opted for a bright yellow, gray and black striped sweater.
Holly’s party outing comes after she recently recovered from a nasty stomach bug and was forced to take time off work on This Morning.
Evil: Holly’s party outing comes after she recently recovered from a nasty stomach virus and was forced to take time off work on This Morning
And Holly revealed last week that it was her family’s new golden retriever puppy that got her out of her illness.
The TV star admitted the family were “completely in love” with their four-legged friend.
She wrote on her website Wylde Moon: “Bailey came in and pushed a reset button shaped like a giant paw for all of us… and of course we’re completely in love.”
‘I was not in a good way’: Holly revealed last week that it was her family’s new golden retriever puppy that had rescued her from her illness
Holly recalled her family’s trip to get the puppy: “My daughter has been campaigning for us to have a dog since she was able to talk, and we’re waiting for the right time for a dog to fit in. our family life.
“Now is the time. This delicious little ball of energy took over our world and immediately made us wonder why the hell we waited so long.
“She was great getting us all out of the house, going for long walks and playing in the garden.
“During the lockdown, the kids turned to the screens more than usual, but Bailey walked in and pushed a giant paw-shaped reset button for all of us… and of course, we’re completely in love.
“Last week I was hit with a stomach bug and for 48 hours I was really not very well. I couldn’t take the kids to school, couldn’t go to work, and couldn’t walk the dog, but that didn’t stop Bailey from lovingly sitting at my feet all day.
She continued, “I didn’t have the heart to tell her that the faint smell of dog food did nothing for my swirling nausea, but nonetheless, just having her there made me feel so. better.”
‘Bailey sat lovingly at my feet’: she said she didn’t have the heart to tell the puppy the smell of dog food made him nauseous