Holly Willoughby admits she’s ‘a bit worried’ about falling pregnant with her fourth child

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  • TV favourite Holly Willoughby has jokingly admitted that she’s a ‘bit worried’ she might fall pregnant with her fourth child when she returns to present ITV Dancing On Ice next year.

    The mum-of-three has been pregnant with two of her three children, sons Harry and Chester and daughter Belle, while hosting Dancing On Ice.

    Talking to OK! Magazine, Jayne Torvill revealed that Holly is fearing a repeat of the 2009 and 2011 series where she sported a baby bump.

    A pregnant Holly presenting Dancing On Ice 2009

    The 36-year-old who’s married to producer Dan Baldwin, confessed her fears to Jayne, who is set to be head judge in the ITV show reboot.

    Holly was pregnant again during a later series in 2011

    ‘Holly told me she’s a bit worried because every time she does Dancing On Ice she gets pregnant,’ the professional skater said.

    Holly – who is mum to Harry, eight, daughter Belle, six, and three-year-old Chester – has previously hinted at having a fourth child, after saying: ‘I love being pregnant and I love having babies.’

    She admitted that while she and husband Dan – who she met whilst working on the set of Ministry of Mayhem in 2004, where he was a producer – are not actively planning another baby, they are open to welcoming a fourth child in the future.

    ‘When you look around the table and you’ve got these little people you’ve made together who are just so funny, that’s when you think: “Maybe we should have more,”‘ she told The Sun’s Fabulous magazine.

    She continued: ‘But that’s not a reason to have more! That’s what I keep telling myself. No, no, no! I think I’m really, definitely done. I think.’

    The blonde also confessed she felt very lucky as a mother in this generation – as she works four days a week on This Morning and is free most afternoons, meaning she can spend plenty of time with her family.