There’s no denying that Holly Willoughby has taken to presenting I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! like a duck to water since joining pal Declan Donnelly in the Australian jungle.
But when you’re on Holly’s level – darling of daytime TV, and ITV’s only viable option to temporarily fill Ant McPartlin’s giant shoes – it’s no surprise that your every whim is catered to by an enviable team of aides.
She’s known for being one of the most stylish women on telly, so of course Holly has personal stylist Angie Smith by her side throughout her stay in Australia.
Angie, who also works with Amanda Holden, Rochelle Humes and Christine Lampard, is responsible for Holly’s This Morning wardrobe.
Holly getting preened by Patsy O’Neill and her team
The presenter previously heaped praise on Angie, crediting the style guru with teaching her about fashion.
Holly said: “I’ve learnt from her. I’ve learnt that with all of my clothes. I’m like a little sponge, it becomes more natural after you have been doing it for a long time.”
Holly also has her personal makeup artist, Patsy O’Neill, on hand, who she also works with on This Morning.
Patsy keeps fans updated on what products Holly is using on Instagram, and is known to be an expert at giving celebrity clients a ‘magical glow’.
Skin guru Patsy also works regularly with former X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne.
No celebrity is at ease without their trusty agent on standby, or in Holly’s case by her side in Australia.
Holly’s agent Emily Page travelled over with her from the UK, and is still thought to be Down Under.
Emily works at James Grant management, who also look after Ant and Dec.
Meanwhile, Holly’s publicist, Laura Sinclair of DawBell, is thought to have stayed in London, while the star is looked after by ITV publicists Ben Webster and Gary Smith, who are both on the ground in Australia.
ITV are also said to have provided Holly with her own driver, who will accompany her to the luxury apartment complex near Kingscliff where she is staying.
Holly relaxing at the nearby Halcyon Hotel
Holly has also been given her own security to keep her safe at all times.
And the star wouldn’t feel comfortable leaving her nearest and dearest for weeks on end, so she has had her children – Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and four-year-old Chester – fly over to Australia, where they will be doing schoolwork with a private tutor.
“I’ve had to be really clear with them, they can play for a couple of hours but none of us are on holiday,” Holly said. “We’re all doing work.”
Holly’s hubby, TV executive Dan Baldwin will be visiting his wife for five days, but can’t stay any longer due to work commitments.
Holly’s hubby Dan will visit for five days
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“It’s the longest we’ve been apart,” Holly said. “It’s rubbish.”
Holly’s parents, mum Lynne and dad Brian, will also be on hand during her stint in Australia.
Holly’s mum Lynne will be on hand
Meanwhile, the TV star is not averse to a bit of pampering when she’s not filming, and has already been spotted at nearby five-star Halcyon Hotel.
Extra Camp hosts Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett and Joe Swash are all thought to be staying at the complex, where Holly is thought to have enjoyed a spa treatment.
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