Holly Willoughby shares unexpected Father’s Day tribute

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  • Holly Willoughby shared an adorable Father’s Day tribute – and it was quite an unexpected one.

    Throughout Sunday, the This Morning presenter took to Instagram to share a series of Father’s Day tributes to the special dads in her life.

    Of course, she wished her own father happy Father’s Day, sharing an adorable snap of the pair laughing and crying on her wedding day.

    ‘Happy fathers day to this sparkly eyed bundle of happiness… love you,’ she captioned the post. ‘Always smiling, always laughing, always there… love this photo of us on my wedding day… overwhelmed by the emotion of it all and there you are…’.

    She then put up an image of her husband of 12 years Dan Baldwin, relaxing on holiday with the couple’s three kids, Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, four.

    Her sweet caption read: ‘And to this one… the best Dad we could wish for… we love you so so much… our [‘world’ emoji] xxx’.

    But rather unexpectedly, the mum-of-three went on to post another Father’s Day tribute that somewhat surprised her fans.

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    Sharing the post with her 5.6 million followers, the 38-year-old uploaded a sweet image of her alongside co-presenter Phillip Schofield, the pair huddled up with beaming smiles on their faces.

    ‘Talking of important men in my life on Fathers Day. Here’s another one,’ she wrote.

    ‘My partner on the telly and one of my best friends in the world… love you @schofe,’ followed by a series of ‘heart’ emojis.

    Fans loved the unexpected tribute, with comments including: ‘Too cute xx’, ‘What a beautiful photo!!!! ❤❤❤❤ xxx’ and ‘What a lovely thing to say.’

    The ITV host also revealed to fans how she and her family spent the Sunday, uploading a sweet snap of her three children standing next to dad Dan and watching a live football game.

    ‘Father’s Day fun at @socceraid,’ she wrote alongside the picture, ‘… go England!’