Holly Willoughby has revealed that she would like to take her children travelling more now that they are a little bit older.
Mum-of-three Holly Willoughby likes to keep her followers updated on her family life while also keeping her children’s privacy a top priority.
The This Morning host often shares updates from her family holidays or special occasions like birthdays and Christmas.
Holly’s family re-located with her to Australia went she stepped in to help Declan Donnelly present I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here last year, and now it seems she has caught the travelling bug.
Holly hosted the naming ceremony for the cruise ship MSC Bellissima over the weekend where she confessed that she’s thinking of taking her children away more now they are older.
Speaking to Hello Magazine the proud mum said: ‘Having been here today, it’s something I would think about. I thought you might get a bit of cabin fever and not a lot to do, but I didn’t realise just how much choice there is and also you don’t understand the scale of a ship and there is loads for them to do.’
Holly and her family only recently got back from a skiing holiday and she revealed that even her youngest is a pro on the slopes.
Taking to Instagram to share a sweet video of Chester skiing Holly wrote: ‘My final baby is off and skiing or as Chester says…off and key-ing 🥰… super proud as he’s only 4…’
Speaking to Hello about her tips for taking children away, Holly said she thinks its important to experience the world with your children and it’s a lot easier as they get older.
She said: ‘When you are travelling with a baby you almost want to do a stay cation. Britain is beautiful and it is almost easier to get a car and stay in a house, and you can avoid airports as they are very stressful for kids.
‘But once they go a bit older, you should go anywhere if you can. I think kids are really adaptable and you should go and experience the world with them.’
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