Holly Willoughby transforms home into Christmas grotto amid unexplained This Morning break
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Holly Willoughby has morphed her £3million home into a Christmas grotto a little early this year.
After debuting a glimpse of her decorations on Instagram, the style icon took an unexpected break from her presenting job on Wednesday's This Morning.
New presenter Alison Hammond, who is replacing Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on Fridays with Dermot O'Leary, stepped into Holly's heels.
ITV said Holly, 39, was "having a well-deserved day off today" from her high-flying day time TV job.
Fans were in total awe of Holly's Christmas creations on Tuesday following her magical social media post.
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The mother-of-three had her hands full after work when she begun transforming her home into Santa's grotto.
And it certainly was beginning to feel a little bit like Christmas at the Willoughby household.
It's Xmas galore – baubles, pine cones, faux snow-covered Christmas tree branches and foliage beautifully decorated the outside of her home.
New presenter Alison Hammond, who is replacing Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on Fridays with Dermot O'Leary, stepped into Holly's heels
Holly snapped a glamorous selfie alongside the stunning archway as she got into the festive spirit early this year.
She wrote in the caption: "Through the years/ We'll always be together / If the Fates allow / Hang a shining star upon the highest bough… / The most beautiful door display by @earlyhoursltd."
Holly juggles raising her kids Belle, Chester and Harry with her top presenting job.
ITV said Holly was "having a well-deserved day off today" from her high-flying day time TV job
It's only mid-November, a whole six weeks early.
But the countdown for Christmas has certainly been earlier than ever before this year with the whole of England in lockdown.
The government hopes to be out of a national lockdown by December 2.
Safe Christmas plans amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have yet to be drawn up and agreed on.