Holly Willoughby downs sherry as she dances around her sister’s Xmas tree
Holly Willoughby has a penchant for tequila and wild nights out.
So it's no wonder the This Morning presenter was in the festive spirit when she knocked back a glass of sherry and kicked back at her sister Kelly's home on Saturday.
The style icon was dancing around the Christmas tree in a rare snap shared from her sibling's beautifully decorated home.
As she swayed, the daytime TV darling drew attention to her slim figure in her dress which was fitted at the waistline.
Holly's straight locks swished around her face while she got her groove on and got into the mood for Christmas.
She wrote: "Rockin around the Christmas tree… @ladywilloughby you win Christmas ❤️… dress by @marksandspencer#ad#sherry#christmas ."
The blonde bombshell gave her fans a rare insight into her family life as she enjoyed some much-needed downtime at her sister's home.
Usually she drizzles her Instagram account with her fashionable looks on This Morning.
This time last year Holly had stepped into Ant McPartlin's shoes to host I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here with Dec Donnelly.
Embattled Ant was forced to step down from his TV appearances after his drink driving arrest.
But this year, Holly has been getting into the Christmas spirit as Ant returned to his TV duties once again in Australia.
Holly was left in a flood of tears on Thursday's This Morning when an inspirational boy learnt to talk.
Christian Kilduff was born with severe brain damage and doctors feared he would never be able to walk, talk or even smile.
However, the amazing four-year-old, who was fostered and then adopted, was taught to communicate using sign language by big sister Jade, 18.
The pair have become internet sensations singing and signing to their favourite songs – and received video messages from singers Ronan Keating and Tom Walker.
It all got too emotional for This Morning host Holly when Christian hugged his big sister and told her he loved her, before adding: "To the moon and back."
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