Holly Willoughby reveals secrets behind her beauty regime
NOT content with taking over the world of television, Holly Willoughby now has her sights set on being a beauty Influencer.
The This Morning presenter, 41, always looks immaculate, and has decided to spill the secrets of how she always looks so good.
The TV star is known for her flawless complexion, and is now showing her fans how they can achieve her look.
Taking to Instagram Stories Holly shared with her followers which products she used.
On there she listed everything from bronzer to the shade of lip gloss she uses.
Holly often uses Instagram to let fans in on how she looks so great.
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Every morning she posts her This Morning outfit of the day, so fans can also look like her.
Holly is certainly riding high at the moment, and has shows on both ITV AND the BBC.
Last month it was revealed that Holly's firm raked in over £300k after splitting from her agent.
She had been embroiled in a bitter dispute with her former agents – which could have seen her leave This Morning.
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Holly's decision to leave former talent agency YMU in 2020 to go solo appears to have paid off.
She has now filed the first annual accounts for her all-female company Roxy Management.
The accounts for the 12 months leading up to July 2021 also showed creditors of almost £240,000, with the firm's net assets standing at £46,553 after deductions, the Mail Online writes.
Holly has raked in a further £4.5million through her media company Roxy Media Ltd in the last three years.
She runs Roxy Media with her television producer husband Dan Baldwin and figures filed in December showed the firm had a cash pile of £1.6million as of February 2021.
Holly made the shock decision to leave YMU which also represents her co-host Phillip Schofield and Ant and Dec and Davina McCall, after 13 years in 2020 to establish her own company.
She was horrified by the company's claims that they are entitled to a percentage of her future earnings under a "sunset clause".
'IT'S THE PRINCIPLE'
In a matter of "principle", sources told us at the time that Holly would "rather leave the show than let YMU take such a high percentage of her earnings", with Holly earning around £700,000 a year from This Morning alone
However, they appear to have been able to come to an arrangement, and the star's future on the daytime show is "secure".
An insider told The Mirror: "It seems like everybody wants that gig but Holly is very much secured for the next two years on a rolling contract."
The mum-of-three joined the ITV hit back in 2009, replacing Fern Britton as Phillip Schofield's co-host.
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