Holly Willoughby gave fans another glimpse of her summer vacation while continuing to share snaps on her Wylde Moon blog.
The presenter, 41, looked amazing recently in a sleek black swimsuit as she continued to enjoy her break from This Morning.
Soaking up the sun aboard a luxury yacht, the blonde beauty took in the glorious views as she showcased her stunning figure in the scallop-trimmed one-piece.
Summer sunshine: Holly Willoughby, 41, soaked up the sun in a sleek black swimsuit as she enjoyed a luxury boat trip while on vacation recently
Holly opted for a simple makeup palette as she swept her blonde locks off her beautiful face and wore shades on her head.
The blog post coincided with the release of the August edition of her lifestyle brand designed to encourage her fans to “step back and focus our burning desires.”
She captioned a series of snaps: “The August Moonboard captures happy times of my summer with family and the inspiration I found along the way.”
Stunning: The blog post coincided with the release of the August edition of her lifestyle brand designed to encourage her fans to ‘step back and focus our longings’
Holly added on her blog: “August is a quiet time; to replenish our internal energy reserves, relax and rejuvenate. To that end, we bring you The Bliss Edition.
“Experiencing happiness will mean something different to everyone. For me it is very simple. This means slowing down…almost to a complete stop; it’s uninterrupted time spent with my family; it’s cooking our favorite meal; it is having the free space to be transported by a good book; It’s a midweek guilt-free lie!
“Wherever you are this summer, have as much fun as the weather permits and recharge your batteries in the sun.”
Fun in the sun: The presenter looked amazing in a selection of bikinis as she enjoyed a beach getaway during her This Morning break
Beach babe: Holly described Wylde Moon as an online space to empower women, explore crystalline energies and offer fashion and beauty advice
Holly described Wylde Moon as an online space to empower women, explore crystal energies and offer fashion and beauty advice.
Explaining her hopes for her new website, Holly wrote for the launch: “I want WYLDE MOON to be a place where I can share the things I love, the lessons I’ve learned, the things I see and that I want to share instantly”. with the others.’
It comes after Holly credited the warm weather for making her locks grow out faster, taking to Instagram she posted a photo where her hair appeared at least two inches longer than in another photo uploaded four weeks earlier.
Soothing: Explaining her hopes for her new website, Holly wrote for the launch: ‘I want WYLDE MOON to be a place where I can share the things I love, the lessons I’ve learned, the things I see and want instantly to share with others’
It’s time to slow down: Holly shared that slowing down on her work commitments and spending time with her family over the summer has brought her happiness
She later attributed the transformation to vitamin D, writing, “All that vitamin D is making my hair grow.”
Holly’s latest post came after it was revealed the BBC had offered her a big deal to host their new version of the iconic show Gladiators.
The This Morning host was approached for the role previously filled by Ulrika Jonsson, as part of Beeb’s plan to make her his golden girl.
Sources said the show, which airs on Saturday nights and is produced by Hungry Bear, the production company run by Holly’s husband Dan Baldwin, will cost the BBC “a substantial amount of money” and that it needs a famous host. because not attracting viewers is not an option.
Ray of Sunshine: This comes after Holly credited the warm weather which made her locks grow faster, taking to Instagram she posted a photo where her hair appeared at least two inches (left) longer than in another photo uploaded four weeks earlier (right, pictured in June)
One told the Mail on Sunday: ‘This is the perfect script for the BBC.’ They’ve managed to secure one of ITV’s most nostalgic programs and Holly has a slot to put on a massive show for them.
“BBC bosses want Holly to be theirs. Gladiators is a Saturday night program that will reach all generations. This just might be the answer to their lack of great entertainment shows.
“It’s the BBC’s dream that Holly hosts a big show on Saturday nights.” Her husband is doing it, so they are praying that he can do it. All the signs are there and it looks like it will move forward.
Gladiators drew up to 14 million viewers when it was shown on ITV between 1992 and 2000.
It will return to the BBC as part of its bid to boost its entertainment schedule after years of struggling to repeat the successes of family shows such as The Generation Game.
Replaced: Holly was offered a big contract by the BBC to host Gladiators, which was previously filled by Ulrika Jonsson from 1992 to 2000