Who is holly willoughby dating
"OK, it might not be with a politician; it might be an X Factor contestant. You know what you want to ask, and you can't get flummoxed.I try to make people feel comfortable and able to open up.Schofield, by the way, was himself a children's television presenter. And the fact that we've worked together before helps because the most important thing when you're doing live TV is to be able to trust the person you're next to."There's a lot of body language that you learn to read, a lot of understanding of how that other person ticks on screen.If frantic mobile phone activity is a measure of success, Holly Willoughby has more than arrived.Hers beeps, flashes and vibrates with encouraging regularity. " This, by the way, comes from the producer of The Xtra Factor, The X Factor's ITV2 spin-off show that Willoughby presents when not caring for her new baby, Harry, designing her own range of clothes, and preparing for her new, much-hyped role on the sofa at ITV's This Morning.From the age of 17, she was a children's television presenter, presiding over the live Saturday morning bun fight, Ministry of Mayhem.In 2006, she won a Bafta for her role on Saturday Showdown before moving into mainstream telly, presenting shows such as Streetmate, Holly and Fearne Go Dating (with her best friend, Fearne Cotton), and Dancing on Ice with Phillip Schofield – who will be her sofa buddy on This Morning, too.
The busy schedule, the working late and at weekends, the travelling abroad." The brickbats and the bouquets, too, perhaps.Certainly, when we meet at her agent's riverside offices in London, she is achingly pretty, kitted out in a little floral dress from the Kate Moss Topshop collection.She describes her style as "feminine and elegantly sexy"; I would say that she is both curvy blonde wench and wholesome girl next door rolled into one. There's an awful lot more going on in my life than the way I look.The daughter of a double-glazing company manager and an air stewardess, Holly was privately educated at Burgess Hill School for Girls, and hopes to complete an Open University degree in psychology. "I don't think that I'm suddenly going to become This Morning's political correspondent, or anything like that.But what I hope is that I'll bring empathy, chattiness, nosiness, and the ability to ask the question that the viewer at home wants answered, and, actually, I've done quite a lot of interviewing in my time.
"It occurred to me that probably the majority of viewers were just like me.