This Morning's Holly Willoughby shared her first bikini snap in 5 years

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Photo credit: Jeff Spicer
Photo credit: Jeff Spicer

This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby is a pretty private person, so it made a big change when, yesterday, she shared her first Instagram bikini photo since 2017. See the old post:

And her most recent post:

The latest snap marks Holly's 15th anniversary with her husband Dan Baldwin, and it looks to be a throwback from the couple’s honeymoon.

‘Mrs Baldwin 4 ever… 👰🏼♀️ ❤️🤵🏻 #15yearsmarried #love,’ Holly captioned it.

Naturally, her fans and followers were quick to comment. Fellow TV presenter Vanessa Feltz wrote: ‘Congratulations to a hilarious, dynamic, charming and entertaining couple. Here’s to forever.’ Kate Thornton added: ‘What a picture! What a 🍑 But most of all, what a wonderful achievement you two x.’

There’s no denying that Holly has a particularly 🍑’y behind, but, like most things, she’s notoriously quiet about her diet and exercise habits, but there are a few little tips we’ve picked up over the years.

Pilates teacher Lynne Robinson went on the record in 2017 to say that she had spent several months working with the presenter in private classes, following the birth of her daughter, Belle, in 2011.

'Holly had postnatal matt work classes which concentrated on strengthening and toning her core... The exercises help trim the waist and flatten the stomach,' Robinson told The Sun.

Then, admittedly a slightly left-field source, Holly's Celebrity Juice co-host, Keith Lemon (AKA Leigh Francis), declared: 'I’ve heard a rumour that it’s some sort of boxing,' when asked about the presenter's keep fit regime.

Another source told the Daily Mail that these sessions comprise shadow boxing, skipping and hitting pads, and that Holly commits to them three times a week. FYI, this hasn’t been confirmed by Holly herself.

Speaking to the Sunday Times magazine about her reasons for keeping her health and fitness habits on the DL, she said: 'It's a personal thing for me, and I think people get obsessive with it...Everybody knows what leads to a healthy lifestyle, but it's not up to me to give you a blow-by-blow account of what I've eaten that day. It's not helpful, and it's not what's important.'

You do you, Holly.

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