The singer posted a clip on Monday night showing his one-year-old boy learning to walk – with a bit of encouragement from big sister Princess. In the video Theo is seen slowly wandering towards Princess, 10, as she sits in front of him and holds out her hand. The tot manages a few impressive steps before sitting down and cheers are heard around him after the feat. Awww. Pete’s fans found it all very moving and also praised Princess for being so supportive towards her baby brother.
But this year presenter Holly Willoughby has also added to her already hectic work schedule, returning to front prime-time show Dancing on Ice, alongside â€˜TV husbandâ€™ Phillip Schofield. However, while her career is soaring, friends close to Holly, 36, tell Woman sheâ€™s fretting that her career is taking her away from her husband, TV producer Dan Baldwin, as well as their three children, Harry, eight, Belle, six, and Chester, three.
From fitted, tailored suits to glam gowns, there’s not a look she can’t pull off. So what’s the secret behind her svelte figure? An advocate for healthy weight loss, Holly’s keen not to endorse any kind of FAD diet or quick weight-loss schemes. Instead, she’s spoken about how a healthy, balanced diet helps her to stay in shape, but Celebrity Juice buddy Keith Lemon has let another secret slimming weapon slip. Sounds pretty do-able to us! Now where can we pick up some boxing gloves…?
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Selecting a term
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