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Holly Willoughby: Kids won't see my crude side!

Published 17/09/2015

Holly Willoughby
Holly Willoughby

Holly Willoughby has spoken about returning to Celebrity Juice.

(Cover) - EN TV - Holly Willoughby isn't worried about her children finding rude videos of her online.

The 34-year-old star is a TV staple thanks to her countless presenting roles over the years. Over this time she's also become a mother to three kids, Harry, six, Belle, four, and 11-month-old Chester, with husband Dan Baldwin.

Tonight marks her return to comedy quiz show Celebrity Juice alongside host Keith Lemon. It's known for its naughty jokes and mature humour, but Holly doesn't think that will be uncovered by her little ones.

“I don’t think they will find me being rude on the internet," she shrugged to British newspaper The Sun.

“I wouldn’t let a ten-year-old watch, but a 13-year-old? When I was 13, I was sneaking downstairs to watch The Word. I wasn’t even allowed to watch Grange Hill!”

Keith, whose real name is Leigh Francis, adds viewers like to see Holly be a "bit naughty", but insists she hasn't got that much of a "dirty mouth".

Normally Holly is joined by close pal Fearne Cotton, but she's currently on maternity leave after welcoming daughter Honey Krissy with spouse Jesse Wood earlier this month. Although she loves being a mum-of-three, Holly is adamant she won't be disappearing off the small screen any time soon.

“We keep having babies! But I am done now. I am not going anywhere," she smiled.

Holly also presents This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield and jokes the weekday talk show can be just as bad as the antics on Celebrity Juice at 10pm.

The duo are famous for their giggling fits on live TV and the show is known for its controversial topics. Earlier this year, Phillip and co-host Christine Bleakley, who temporarily took over from Holly, commented on models testing sex toys and bondage items, much to the outrage of viewers.

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