Holly Willoughby has shared a rare photo of her seven-year-old niece Lola, and it is for an excellent trigger. The This Morning host took to Instagram with a snap of Lola and revealed that the little girl is making an attempt to lift cash for charity by collaborating in a sponsored silence. We may all take a leaf out of Lola’s guide!
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Holly added the caption: “My seven year old chatterbox niece, Lola, found out about @bbccin #childreninneed and announced she wanted to help raise some money to help other children. So today, she’s doing a 24 hour sponsored silence… which, as a fellow chatterbox, I can assure you is no mean feat! She’s doing amazingly well so far and it would be magical if you could help spur her on! Go Lola Thank you xxx.”
Holly shared the candy snap on Instagram
Holly is godmother to her niece Lola, the daughter of her sister Kelly. The doting aunt usually spends time with her household, and can often share snaps of the younger youngsters. In July, the 38-year-old shared one other adorable snap with her niece Darcy, who may very well be seen making use of sun cream to her aunt’s face because the pair lay subsequent to one another. In the caption, Holly wrote: “When your beautiful niece #darcyblueeyes knows how to look after your skin in this heatwave… @garnieruk #ad … and yes Darcy was the baby on the front of my #trulyhappybaby book.” Darcy is Holly’s niece on husband Dan Baldwin’s aspect of the household.
Of course, Holly can be identified to gush about her personal youngsters and on Thursday revealed that she and her three youngsters all watch Strictly Come Dancing collectively on Saturday nights. When contestants Anton du Beke and Emma Barton appeared on the This Morning couch, Holly instructed them: “I was sitting there trying to guess the score with the kids. I was so upset, I thought you would be getting tens.”
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