Holly Willoughby shares photo with her mum on 71st birthday – and people can’t get over how young she looks

Holly Willoughby has shared a gorgeous photo alongside her mum to mark her 71st birthday.

In the snap, the mother-daughter-duo can be seen beaming at the camera as they pose for a photo together.

The This Morning host looked beautiful in a white dress, while her mum Linda wore a stylish floral number.

Alongside the image, Holly wrote: “This beauty turned 71 today! Happy birthday mama… love you so much.”

And it’s no surprise, that following the photos the pair were inundated with compliments.

“Who even looks this good at 71,” one person wrote, while another quipped: “Wow, I would be happy if I looked like that at 31!!”

Another social media user quipped: “Omg can you ask you mama what's her secret??? She looks amazing.”

While a fourth gushed: “As if Holly’s mum is 71!! She looks 51! I want to know all her skincare secrets”


Holly’s snap comes after she clashed with Ant Middleton after he told his son not to cry at school.

The This Morning presenter and SAS: Who Dares Wins star didn’t agree after he made comments about his 10-year-old son Gabriel on Giovanna Fletcher’s podcast.

Ant, 38, claimed the UK had become “mentally weak” and that he is training his son to control his emotions and that he needs to have a “stiff upper lip”.

Speaking on This Morning, Ant told Holly and Phillip Schofield: "The other day my son came home from school crying and he said that everyone at school had called him a cry baby. "

"And I said 'Listen son, keep your emotions in and come home and cry on me. Tell me about it. I’ll help you out and tell you what to do'.

"It's important that we do control our emotions, if we went around crying every day and being pampered… It's that resilience that is being docked out of us, it's important we have that bit of resilience.”

Mother-of-three Holly didn’t agree with the remarks, however, as she responded: “The other way of looking at it would be to tell the other children to stop calling him a cry baby, that would almost be a better way of looking at it."



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