Holly Willoughby shares rare photo of son Harry while at work on Mother’s Day

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  • Holly Willoughby had to work on Mother’s Day, but the mum-of-three still managed to spend time with her kids, bringing her son Harry along to work with her.

    It was the Dancing On Ice final this weekend, so Holly Willoughby couldn’t avoid working on Sunday night, despite the fact it was Mother’s Day. However, the loving mum got to bring her son Harry along to enjoy the full VIP experience, and he can be seen in a sweet snap shared by the star watching as the preparations for the show got underway.

    The Dancing on Ice host shared an adorable selfie of her and eldest son Harry behind the scenes at the studio.

    Holly captioned the picture: ‘Working on Mother’s Day but brought my boy with me… he’s loving it… but not as much as me… #Harry ❤️.’

    As well as her eldest son, the whole of Holly’s family were also in the audience on Sunday night watching the final, and she blew them kisses as the confetti cannons showered the stage.

    Giving us more of an insight into her Mother’s Day celebrations before she headed off to work, Holly also posted a sneak-peak at one of the cards she had received from her kids.

    Uploading a photo of the handmade card, Holly revealed a message from one of her three children that said: ‘I love you more than I love football’.

    Feeling pretty chuffed with that… ☺️… Happy Mother’s Day! Xxxx

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    ‘Feeling pretty chuffed with that’ the 37-year-old quipped in the caption, before wishing all of her fans and followers a happy Mother’s Day.

    Several of Holly’s 3.4 million followers wrote on the picture saying it was very cute and shared their own experiences of working on Mother’s Day.

    One wrote: ‘Oh come on guys!! Working mums unite @hollywilloughby 💪.’ Another said: ‘Harry is a lucky boy to to have such an awesome Mummy. Happy Mothers day Holly x’.