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Willougby dreamt of bed linen range

Holly Willoughby has revealed that creating her bedding line is a dream come true.

The TV presenter looked stunning in a 1950s-style polka-dot dress by Alice Temperley as she launched her bed linen collection at BHS in London's Oxford Street.

"It's something I've wanted to do for a very long time. A lot of people have hobbies but I've never really had a hobby - so I guess the closest thing I have to a hobby is my house," she said.

"It comes from my mum - I'm constantly decorating bedrooms and stuff, I I collect magazines and have tearsheets - so to do something with the home has been something of an ambition."

Holly, who has a fashion range with Very.co.uk, said her homewear line is also affordable yet pretty.

"I don't think I'm too glam. I would encourage you to put your feet up on your sofa, for example, and that's what I wanted to do with the range," she explained.

"I wanted it to look beautiful but be practical as well, so it's all really comfortable and easy to wash. There's no reason why just because something is affordable, it can't be beautiful. It's practical, beautiful living."

The 32-year-old mother-of-two, who is married to TV producer Dan Baldwin, revealed she is contented with her projects for now.

"At the moment, everything seems in a really good place. With This Morning, Surprise Surprise and Celebrity Juice, and then having the bedding range to go along with that, that quota seems full at the moment. I'm happy and lucky with my lot," she said.

Holly's For The Home bedding range is available now from BHS, priced from £15.

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