Holly Willoughby gives fans a rare glimpse of her home life as she does the gardening with daughter Belle

HOLLY Willoughby gave a rare glimpse into her home life yesterday as she shared a snap of her daughter Belle in their back garden on Instagram.

The 38-year-old presenter took to the photo-sharing platform to post the sun-soaked snap of the eight-year-old tending to a vegetable patch with her adorable watering can.

Giving fans a glimpse at her home life, Holly, who is notoriously private about her family and rarely shares photos of her children, captioned the charming snap: "Time to grow… sweetpeas."

The ITV darling shares her £3million six-bedroom home with husband Dan Baldwin as well as their three children – Harry, ten, Belle and Chester, four.

In April, it was reported that she was hoping to renovate the garage of their idyllic home into a studio flat for her au pair.

Their latest home improvement was the 13th planning application they have submitted to their local council since 2012, nine of which have been for building work.

Previously, their well-to-do neighbours were left furious in 2016 when the couple submitted plans for a first and second floor rear extension to their abode.

Those plans were rejected by the council, but Holly and Dan were given permission to excavate and build a basement three years ago.

Meanwhile, the snap comes after Holly ended up in fits of laughter alongside Phillip Schofield during a segment on yesterday's This Morning.

The hosts were presenting naughty pictures that had been drawn by innocent children after mum Vicci Barnhouse revealed her how her daughter's picture of a slide was mistaken for a penis by nursery staff.

Vicci's daughter Amelia tried to recreate her memory of a fun school trip to the Brecon Beacons but her phallic-looking slide prompted staff to pull her embarrassed mum in for a chat.

Before Holly had even started to talk, she tried to hold in her giggles by covering her mouth with her hand.

The first picture showed a drawing from a four-year-old girl who drew her take on Santa delivering presents.

One parent sent in a drawing of her son's very odd-looking flower, while another shared a drawing of her daughter's snowman with a very suspect-looking scarf around its chest.

One innocent child had even drawn a picture of his parents in bed – with a hilariously addition of a strange-looking knee under the covers.

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