By TI Media
Holly Willoughby returns to This Morning this week after a summer of fun with her family, but it's not like any other week in the Willoughby household.
Holly and husband Dan Baldwin's third child, Chester, starts school this week and the TV presenter "can't believe" it's that time already.
On Sunday Holly shared a snap of three pairs of brand new school shoes neatly lined up in front of the front door.
She captioned the shot: "Back to school...who else’s front door looks like this... Big day for Chester tomorrow, 1st day of school... Good-luck to anyone else starting their school journey...can’t believe he’s at this stage already."
And, while fans flocked to wish four-year-old Chester good luck as he joins his elder siblings Belle, eight, and Harry, ten, at school, others were fasciated with how clean Holly's skirting boards are.
One wrote: "How clean is that skirting board #mrshincharmy," while another pointed out: "Keep thinking, 'wow those skirting boards are super white and clean'."
Perhaps Holly picked up some cleaning tips from Mrs Hinch after she appeared on This Morning last year.
While Holly is fiercely private about her family, she did reveal her yongest son Chester has a secret talent during an appearance on The One Show recently.
"Some kids just have that, they just have that connection with an instrument,"Holly said.
"My youngest son, my little one, has that thing where he just picks up a guitar and he loves it, but I just don’t know how to encourage it because I think, 'well you’re probably just too young' but I just don’t know what the right age is to do it."
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