Holly Willoughby has shared a cryptic post about "strength and resilience" as she prepares to return to work after her covid scare.
The This Morning presenter, 39, was notably absent from the daytime television show this week after she didn't turn up for work on Wednesday and Thursday.
After much speculation, yesterday The Sun revealed that the presenter was forced to miss two days of work after two of her kids became ill and they had to get tested for the deadly bug.
Ahead of her highly anticipated return to work tomorrow, Holly shared a gorgeous snap of a tree in the woods with a deep and meaningful quote as the caption.
She wrote to her 6.9million followers: "Strength… resilience… regrowth…we have a lot to learn from mamma earth ✨."
Fans flocked to the comments section to show their love and support towards the mum-of-three.
One wrote: "Hope you’re safe and well! ✨."
Another said: "You are so right Holly we need to take of her too🙏 Hope family are all well now keep positive❤️❤️."
A third said "Glad your family are all OK ❤️❤️❤️❤️."
A fourth simply added: "Very very true Take care."
Another wrote: "Amazing. Take in nature. Take a moment. Glad to hear your children are getting better and all fine. Worrying times but we will all get through this."
Holly, husband Dan Baldwin, and their children Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, five, were allthankfully given the clear last night.
Sharing an update with her fans yesterday, the mum-of-three posted a statement on Instagram, admitting she decided not to make the news public.
Holly wrote: “I chose not to alert everyone to this because my focus was on looking after them…
“Thankfully all tests came back negative and everybody's feeling much better… see you Monday!”
In the message she thanked fans on Instagram writing: "Over the last few days two of our children were unwell and had symptoms of Covid.
"In line with government guidelines we were waiting for results of the tests before I return to work.
"Couple that with just wanting to look after two poorly children, it meant having two days away from This Morning."
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