Holly is the famous co-presenter of British favourite This Morning, on which she has appeared since 2009. In recent years, she has lost a considerable amount of weight, which has resulted in a lot of attention.
Holly explained that she “deliberately” did not discuss her weight loss, so as to avoid the media circus around the subject, in an interview with The Sunday Times in 2019.
She said candidly: “I don’t think it’s helpful to the conversation, for women generally. As long as you are healthy and happy, that’s really all that matters.”
Her role model status also influenced the way she speaks about weight.
“I’ve sat across the sofa from mums and dads who’ve lost children to anorexia, or their children are currently going through it, and they sit there and say, ‘It doesn’t help that there’s such a fascination with weight at the moment.’”
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However, while the star does not believe that weight loss is “important enough” to fixate on, she has shared tips on how to stay fit and healthy.
While Holly does always look fabulous in figure-hugging clothes, her appearance is not her main focus.
She told Prima magazine in 2017: “I’m quite active and I try not to let the way I look be the main focus because it’s not the most important thing.”
Fitness guru Lynne Robinson helped Holly get back in shape after she gave birth to daughter Belle in 2012.
She told The Sun: “I worked with Holly for several months, teaching her privately at her home once a week. Holly had postnatal mat work classes which concentrated on strengthening and toning her core. “The exercises help trim the waist and flatten the stomach.”
Holly believed it was important to actually enjoy working out, with Lynne revealing that during sessions the pair would always have a “giggle”.
Choosing a workout that you’re excited about means that you’re more likely to stick with it.
In terms of food, those who hope to shed the pounds will be glad to know that Holly never shied away from carbs.
Her comfort food is “a baked potato with real butter, cheese and beans”, which she revealed to the Food Network.
She reportedly snacks on yummy mango when peckish, and has a high-protein diet with plenty of chicken.
When filming Celebrity Juice, she stated that her go to alcoholic drink was a vodka soda and lime.
This is an extremely low calorie tipple for those who want to watch their waistlines but still enjoy a night out.
In her interview with The Sunday Times she concluded: “Everybody knows what leads to a healthy lifestyle, but it’s not up to me to give you a blow-by-blow account of what I’ve eaten that day.”
From this it is clear that Holly is not a fan of extreme dieting or spending hours upon hours in the gym, but actually just lives a moderate lifestyle.
We know from the presenter’s Instagram that she has a beloved dog Bailey, who will provide a ready-made daily exercise regime in the form of dog walking.
There are plenty of photographs of her outside enjoying nature too.
Holly is also partial to a dip in the pool, and Harvard Health estimates that a 155lb person will burn an impressive 223 calories in 30 minutes.