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Holly Willoughby swiftly deletes bathtub photo as fans warn her about reflection in the taps

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Holly Willoughby swiftly took down a picture taken in her bathroom after a warning from fans (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)

Holly Willoughby swiftly took down a snap she posted online of her bathroom as fans warned her people might ‘zoom in’ on her reflection.

The This Morning presenter had posted a cute picture taken of the bubbles in her luxurious bath tub that were shaped like a heart.

What was meant to be a relaxing soak however turned into a bit of an Insta-nightmare as some followers pointed out a barely visible reflection that could be seen in the shiny bath tap, showing how she took the artsy shot.

On the now deleted shot, one fan of the Dancing On Ice star, 40, warned that: ‘Already comments from people saying they are zooming in on the reflection!’

Another comment read ‘Careful of the tap reflection!’ while one person joked Holly probably wished her taps weren’t so gleaming.

The TV star posts regularly on Instagram, sometimes giving fans a look at her outfit for the day or sharing quiet moments at home with husband Dan Baldwin and their kids Harry, Chester and Belle.

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Holly must have heeded the warning from her fans as the bath tub picture has been removed (Picture: ITV)

She recently made a return to the ITV Daytime programme after taking time off to work on a secret project, later revealed to be her first book.

Sharing details of her book last week, Holly said she wants her fans to use it as a spark of inspiration for everything from makeup tips to sexuality.

‘Writing is such a personal process and between these pages you will find many little pieces of me,’ Holly penned.

‘The book is called Reflections and is essentially thoughts and musings from me on inner and outer beauty.’

The mum-of-three went on: ‘We live in a world where so much is about how we present ourselves on the outside and there is fun to be had here but true beauty comes from within.

‘There is an alignment that needs to happen and finding that balance hasn’t always felt so easy.

‘Now, I’m finally at a point in my life where I can see a little more clearly and I want to share my truths in the hope that maybe they’ll help you too.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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