HOLLY WILLOUGHBY, who hosts ITV show This Morning, has spoken out on future plans in her family life, just weeks after it was revealed she had left her endorsement with Diet Coke.
This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby, 36, attended the MSC Bellissima naming ceremony last weekend and has since revealed she would love to take her family on a cruise. Spilling all, she told Hello! Magazine: “Having been here today, it’s something I would think about. “I thought you might get a bit of cabin fever and not a lot to do, but I didn’t realise just how much choice there is and also you don’t understand the scale of a ship and there is loads for them to do.” Holly has three children Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and four-year-old Chester with her husband Dan Baldwin.
Last month, the presenter parted ways with Diet Coke, in which she reportedly earned £450,000.
The blonde beauty promoted the likes of Diet Coke’s Exotic Mango as part of their new selection of flavours last year.
Diet Coke confirmed they will not be working with her on this year’s campaign, but didn’t rule out a potential collaboration in the future.
They told Express.co.uk: “We’ve loved working with Holly for the last two years and she’s been a great ambassador for Diet Coke.
“For this year’s campaign we have no plans to work with Holly but that’s not to say we wouldn’t work together again in the future.”
A source also told The Sun, Holly felt like she “needed a break”.
The insider said: “Holly is one of the bubbliest personalities on TV, so she was a fitting choice to become the face of a fizzy drink.
“But she’s got so much on her plate, what with This Morning, Dancing on Ice and all her other work commitments, that she felt she needed a break.
“They’ve parted amicably and she’s looking forward to spending more time with her family now she has one less commitment.”
Last year, Phillip Schofield’s co-star also parted ways with lifestyle brand Truly.
The host took to Instagram to confirm the news, telling her five million followers: “After much consideration, I have made the decision to step away from Truly.
“To launch a brand needs total dedication and at the moment, with so many other commitments, this is not something I feel I can do without it starting to affect my family time at home.
“I wish Truly all the success for the future.”
Holly later added to Stella Magazine: “You cannot have it all.
“Truly was something I was very passionate about, but my husband has a really high-pressured, busy job and I have three kids and other projects.”