ITV This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby is set to make a new career move as she announces a ‘spiritual’ project.
Today, 20 September 2021, the presenter announced that she was launching a lifestyle platform rooted in spirituality, which she tagged as a very personal project.
The platform is to deliver a variety of things, from beauty to fashion to energy and healing.
Holly stated that she has been working on the project over the past year; adding that it stands as a measure of where she is in life right now.
The star revealed that it was during her time in Australia for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! that she started to unlock pieces of herself, discovering alternative therapies including meditation and sound bath.
Speaking to her followers, she said: “I’m so excited to introduce you to @wyldemoon, a very personal project that I have been working on for a long time.
“It is a space full of things that I love and people that inspire me… from beauty and fashion, to energy and healing.
“Each month, on the full moon, we will be adding exciting new content & watch out for the WYLDE MOON boutique launching soon. This is just the beginning, so dive in.“
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Who is Holly Willoughby?
She is a TV presenter who rose to fame alongside Philip Schofield on This Morning, and she has gone on to become one of the country’s most-loved presenters, TV personalities, and style icons.
She was born on 10 February 1981 in Brighton, East Sussex, England, to Brian Willoughby, a sales manager of a double-glazing company, and Linda Willoughby.
As a young girl, Willoughby always had eyes for entertainment. At 17, Willoughby started modelling bras, underwear and tights for clients and appearing in advertisements and posters.
She is married to Dan Baldwin, co-founder of Hungry Bear Media and a former producer on Ministry of Mayhem and later executive producer on Celebrity Juice.
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