Holly Willoughby has told fans she is 'super grateful' after being inundated with support following a Dancing On Ice announcement.
The TV presenter returned to screens in January to host the brand new series of the ITV skating show following a hiatus. Holly quit her role as the host of This Morning in October last year, a decision that she said was made for the sake of her and her family, and stepped out of the limelight until the return of the much-loved ice-skating competition.
The presenter now hosts the programme alongside Stephen Mulhern, who stepped in to replace Phillip Schofield after he resigned from ITV following the admission of an 'unwise, but not illegal' affair with a younger male colleague. READ MORE: Lorraine Kelly breaks silence on Phillip Schofield's well-being after This Morning exit Ahead of Dancing On Ice's return on Sunday night (February 11), which will see the likes of Love Island's Amber Davies, Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire and Greg Rutherford perform alongside their pro skating partners, Holly has since thanked fans and her family for their support.
It comes as the official Dancing On Ice Instagram page wished Holly a 'Happy Birthday' on Saturday (February 10), with a sweet message marking her turning 43.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk