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Holly Willoughby fans compare her to Lara Croft in sensational new picture

Her body is a different level!

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We’ve been getting a little worried.

Holly Willoughby hadn’t posted anything since she and co-host Phillip Schofield ‘broke up’ from This Morning for the summer holiday.

Six weeks without being able to have a nose at her fabulous life would have been a bit of a downer.

Holly’s taking a break from This Morning (Credit: ITV)

But, thankfully, the presenter hasn’t disappointed us and has resurfaced with an awesome picture. And she’s gone all arty farty for it!

The image is of her and her youngest child, son Chester, in shadows.

Her little fella appears to be staring up at her.

It seems Holly is wearing a pair of shorts and a vest and she has her hair scraped back.

Her body – the subject of much discussion of late due to the mum-of-three’s weight loss – looks banging! (How DOES she do it?!)

Holly’s resurfaced on Instagram with this sensational snap (Credit: HW Instagram)

As always, her followers on the social media platform, have gone nuts for the shot.

Many compared her to action heroine Lara Croft – she was also fond of a vest and tiny shorts combo…

One wrote: “Your shadow looks like it belongs to Lara Croft! X”

Another exclaimed: “Lara Croft’s shadow?”

A third said: “What are you wearing? Looks like a couple pistols on your side like Lara.”

Angelina Jolie in the role of Lara Croft (Credit: internet)

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And a further comment read: “Got a bit of a Lara Croft thing going on there.”

Not a bad comparison for a 36-year-old mother of three, eh?

We’re wondering if Holly is wearing the same shorts as she was snapped in for a post she shared last month on Instagram.

Holly’s giving us holiday vibes (Credit: HW Instagram)

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The indigo denim cuts offs were teamed with a floaty white Bardot top and Holly looked INSANE.

Goals, this woman, absolute goals!

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