Holly Willoughby is known for her real figure, but seems to be “vanishing” before our eyes, according to her fans.
The 36-year-old This Morning presenter has been inundated with comments telling her to stop losing weight.
The blonde beauty’s gorgeous figure is something that she has become renowned for.
But now, her Instagram followers are unhappy that it looks like she’s losing her infamous curves.
One user wrote: “Please don’t go lolly pop thin Holly! You are one of the only women on TV that have a fantastic figure we are all jealous of but also have curves xx”
“Looking a bit thin. I prefer your beautiful curves”, said another.
“Don’t lose anymore weight if possible. You were loved and thought so highly of because you weren’t like the rest. Don’t fall into the trap of being obsessed with being thin..”
Her 2.1million Instagram followers have been telling her that she needs to stop. “Looking gorgeous but no more weightloss 😚”, said another.
“Looking good but don’t lose any more weight :)”
“Where are you vanishing too [sic]” said another worried fan.
Her weight isn’t normally something Holly would comment on, but has previously insisted that she “doesn’t focus too much” on her appearance.
She told Prima magazine: “As long as I’m being healthy, that’s good enough for me. I’m quite active and I try not to let the way I look be the main focus because it’s not the important thing.”
“I actually avoid talking about my diet and exercise regime because I have interviewed so many people affected by eating disorders and I know that some people in chat rooms can really fixate on other people’s diets.
“I just can’t contribute to that,” she added.
Holly hasn’t yet acknowledged her follower’s pleas, but has instead uploaded a pic of her son, Harry.
“Testing out his birthday present…. when did these feet that I watched take their 1st steps get so big! Happy 8th Birthday for yesterday Harry… love you xxx”
Her family is always something that comes first, before work and her friends.
Talking to Hello! magazine about balancing her work and family life, she said: “If I work in the afternoons then I make sure I’m home in time for bedtime.
“I have to do that, otherwise I go a bit grey inside. I love work but the most important thing is my family and making that right. If that doesn’t feel right, I really put the brake on and pull back. Even friendships will sort of go down the pecking order because it’s not as important as that really, if I’m honest.
“If they’re true friends, they’ll always understand that. I have a group of mums who are friends and we all are on the same page.”