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Holly Willoughby opens up on the reaction to her ‘wacky’ wellness brand: ‘I’m not afraid anymore’

Holly Willoughby has opened up about Wylde Moon, her new lifestyle and wellness venture (Photo: Grazia UK/@hollywilloughby)

Holly Willoughby has revealed that she ‘isn’t afraid’ of the reaction to her bold new endeavour, her wellness brand Wylde Moon.

The This Morning presenter, 40, shared how some people described her latest venture, which she launched in October 2021, as ‘wacky’ and revealed that she’s aware will ‘struggle’ with the ideas that she promotes on her website.

Speaking to Grazia Daily, the mum-of-three, who hosts both Dancing On Ice and This Morning with Philip Schofield, said: ‘I’m not afraid of the reaction to it anymore.

‘If it doesn’t fit with what your thoughts and expectations of me are, well then there’s nothing I can do about it.

‘I can’t change that. I don’t want to change that. And I’m not going to change that. This is me.’

She also revealed how she doesn’t want to ‘force’ her ideas onto others, but, at the same time, she has no intention of fitting into others’ expectations upon her.

Holly added: ‘The moment that I launched Wylde Moon, the word “wacky” got used a lot. I expected that. And that’s fine. I can’t change that.

Holly stunned on the cover of Grazia magazine (Picture: Jon Gorrigan/Grazia UK)
Holly has been getting to grips with her new brand, complete with sound bowls (Photo: Instagram)

‘I’m not here to force any of this on anybody. It’s not “come and meditate with me” or “look at the moon and play a sound bowl”.

‘It’s please go and do that thing that makes your heart sing. Go and do you.’

She also discussed Goop, and the impact Gwyneth Paltrow has had on her project.

‘What I love about her is that bravery to be so successful in one arena – acting – and to know that inside there was something else that she wanted to do,’ Holly explained.

Holly was extremely zen in the Inverted Butterfly yoga position recently – well, if it works for her… (Photo: Holly Willoughby / Instagram)

‘And she went for it and was so brave about it. Now everybody talks about eating organically and wellness and it’s part of the conversation that’s happening.

‘I think Gwyneth really was paramount to bringing that into the mainstream.’

When launching Wylde Moon last year, Holly shared her hopes for the website.

In the post, she said: ‘I want WYLDE MOON to be a place where I can share the things that I love, the lessons that I’ve learnt, the things I see and instantly want to share with others.’

Earlier this month, the TV favourite-turned-lifestyle guru showed off her impressive yoga skills in a post shared on the Wylde Moon Instagram account.

She was suspended upside down and looked ‘extremely zen’ as she worked out at an outdoors yoga studio, completing the Inverted Butterfly yoga pose.

While known primarily for her work as a This Morning host over the years, as well as Dancing On Ice, Holly has been branching out lately on other projects as well as Wylde Moon.

In October 2021, she released her debut book Reflections just a month after the launch of Wylde Moon.

She is also set to host a brand new BBC series alongside comedian Lee Mack and athlete and wellbeing coach Wim Hoff, called Wim Hoff’s Superstar Survival, which will see stars taking part in epic adventures and survival challenges.


Credit: Original article published here.

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