Holly Willoughby, 37, has made a point of not publicly discussing her secrets to staying in shape. Clearly aware of the influence that her well-known status can have on others, the Dancing On Ice and This Morning host has previously said she does’t want to give too much insight into her diet and fitness plan in case it encourages unhealthy attitudes to food. Speaking to Prima Magazine in the past, she said: “I don’t want to encourage eating disorders. I try not to focus too much on my appearance. As long as I’m being healthy, that’s good enough for me.”
However, despite keeping relatively quiet about her day-to-day nutrition, it seems some of her secrets to staying in shape have been revealed.
In recent years, some fans insisted Holly seemed to have lost weight, after she appeared to cut a slimmer figure on Instagram and the small screen.
A TV insider has previously said that the This Morning star had been tucking into foods such as chicken, carrots and hummus.
“Holly is determined to keep her new-look body,” a source said.
“So she eats chicken, carrots and hummus.”
And, it seems that she often snacks on a particular type of fruit to, in order to fulfil any cravings for a sweet treat.
“You’ll never see her without a pack of mango either, to satisfy her sweet tooth,” they added.
As well as enjoying fruits, vegetables and chicken, Holly is also said to have taken some time to exercise.
And, in the past, she is thought to have focused on strengthening ad toning her core, through pilates.
Lynne Robinson, owner of Body Control Pilates, has told The Mirror she has worked with the TV star in the past.
“I worked with Holly for several months, teaching her privately at her home once a week,” she said.
“Holly had postnatal matt work classes, which concentrated on strengthening and toning her core.”
The fitness expert went on to explain that these exercises can help to trim the waist and lead to a flatter stomach.
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The Only Way is Essex star, also 37, has opened up about her weight a number of times in the past.
And, since beginning training from the ice dancing competition, it seems that she has managed to lose inches from her weight due to burning thousands of calories during training each week.
Dancing on Ice continues tonight on ITV at 6pm.