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Holly Willoughby ‘secures’ This Morning until 2023 after ‘signing contract’

She isn't going anywhere!

Holly Willoughby has confirmed that she will stay on This Morning for another two years, insiders have claimed.

The 40-year-old star joined the ITV programme back in 2009, after taking over from former host Fern Britton.

And it appears Holly isn’t going anywhere.

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Holly Willoughby has reportedly signed a bumper contract to remain on This Morning (Credit: SplashNews.com)

Holly Willoughby on This Morning

According to The Mirror, the mum-of-three signed a bumper contract to remain on the show until 2023.

An insider told the publication: “It seems like everybody wants that gig, but Holly is very much secured for the next two years on a rolling contract.”

It follows after reports suggested that Holly could quit following an ongoing legal battle with her former agents.

Holly is very much secured for the next two years

Management company YMU claims it is entitled to 15% of Holly’s pay as part of a sunset clause after representing her for 13 years.

However, Holly is said to be adamant that she shouldn’t have to pay them.

ED! has contacted Holly’s representative for comment on this story.

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Holly joined This Morning in 2009 (Credit: ITV)

Meanwhile, Holly has continued to branch out from the show in recent months.

Back in September, the star launched her lifestyle project Wylde Moon, a website exploring topics from “beauty and fashion, to energy and healing”.

Speaking about the website, she shared: “I wanted a space where I can curate, create and share the things that I love.

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“In creating WYLDE MOON for you, I’ve filled a need in me. I’d lost a part of who I was and that rediscovery has led me here, to a whole new place of beauty and power.”

She also released her book – titled Reflections – last month.

During an appearance on Lorraine, Holly admitted to feeling “pain” whilst writing the novel.

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Holly will remain on the show for the next two years (Credit: ITV)

She told Lorraine Kelly: “There’s been a lot of tears. It’s been very hard, it’s been painful.

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“I think sometimes shining a light into those dark corners of your own life is hard and sometimes you have to be very brave, and you have to dig really deep to do it.”

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