Holly Willoughby is a doting mum to her three young children.
And according to her Dancing On Ice co-star Jayne Torvill, that’s all she wants for just now!
In a new interview with OK! magazine, skating legend Torvill claimed Holly, 36, is a bit worried about the new series of DOI starting in the New Year.
Why? Because DOI equals babies for Holly!
Jayne claimed: “Holly told me she’s a bit worried because every time she does Dancing On Ice she gets pregnant. She’s had all three of her children while hosting the show.”
Holly was pregnant with eldest son Harry, eight, while hosting the fourth series of the show, while daughter Belle, six, came along during series 11.
However, Torvill isn’t quite right about all three of Holly’s kids being buns in the oven during DOI filming.
Holly’s youngest child, son Chester, three, was born in 2014, after Christine Lampard took over her DOI role.
The This Morning presenter – who is married to TV producer Dan Baldwin – has admitted she’s torn over whether to expand her brood and have a fourth child or not.
In an interview with ITV’s Lorraine earlier this year, she said: “I love being pregnant. I loved giving birth, weirdly, I loved all of that. So the thought of it being over – it’s like not being able to wear a wedding dress again.
“Maybe one day, I don’t know, but we’re very happy as we are. We feel complete. Three feels good for us.
“Two children was lovely but two felt like everybody was waiting for a baby.
“Chester sort of cemented us.”
In a a separate chat with The Sun’s Fabulous magazine in September, she said: “When you look around the table and you’ve got these little people you’ve made together who are just so funny, that’s when you think, ‘Maybe we should have more’.
“But that’s not a reason to have more! That’s what I keep telling myself. No, no, no! I think I’m really, definitely done. I think.
“Well, I’m as certain as I can be.”
Dancing On Ice originally ran from 2006 until 2014 with Holly and Phil hosting the first six series together, and Phil being joined by Christine Lampard for the latter three series.
Holly and Phil are back to co-host the new series, which starts in 2018, and features Torvill & Dean, Jason Gardiner and Diversity’s Ashley Banjo on the judging panel.
The celebrities taking part are Corrie stars Brooke Vincent and Antony Cotton, Hollyoaks’ Steph Waring, Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown, I’m A Celebrity’s Jake Quickenden, Olympian Perri Shakes-Drayton and rugby star Max Evans.
TV presenter Donna Air, cricketer Monty Panesar, Love Island winner Kem Cetinay and Bucks Fizz star Cheryl Baker and GMB weatherman Alex Beresford are also confirmed.