Holly Willoughby parties with Made in Chelsea favourite Mark Francis and Jimmy Carr in St. Tropez [Mark Francis/Instagram]
The blonde bombshell was spotted letting her hair down in the French Riviera, with a host of famous faces including Made in Chelsea’s Mark Francis and popular funnyman Jimmy Carr.
The 36-year-old This Morning host looked happier than ever as she partied with her friends, flashing a smile as she enjoyed some well-deserved time away from her hosting duties.
Holly also shared a gorgeous snap of herself basking in the summer sunlight during the day.
Holly Willoughby flaunted her epic summer body on holiday [Holly Willoughby/Instagram]
Looking positively beaming, the star showed off her sun-kissed skin and make-up free beauty as she smiled in view of the ocean, the wind blowing through her hair as she enjoyed the fresh sea air.
It’s been a good few weeks for Holly, following the news she’s apparently been given a whopping £200,000 pay rise to earn the same amount as her co-host Phillip Schofield.
According to reports, she has been given £200,000 salary increase from bosses, after they realised she was on the same amount for Dancing On Ice – which they have presented together since 2006 – but not for the daily morning show.
Holly Willoughby let her hair down alongside two comedians [David Walliams/Instagram]
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are the best of pals [ITV]
“It seemed ridiculous they were going to get paid the same fee for Dancing on Ice but Holly was lagging behind on This Morning,” an insider told the Mirror.
“Quite rightly, that has now been rectified and they both earn exactly the same.”
Phillip recently opened up about his friendship with Holly, who he has worked alongside for over a decade..
Holly Willoughby has just had a romantic week away with husband Dan Baldwin for their tenth anniversary [Holly Willoughby/Instagram]
And the silver haired foxed revealed their on-screen chemistry – which has won them countless TV awards – was as a result of their close personal bond.
“I think that if you watch This Morning on a regular basis then you get an insight into our friendship, which is the same on screen as off. We have a laugh,” he told the Radio Times.
“[The laughing fits] are never planned. Because we have the same sense of humour, it works at the same speed.
“We think the same thing, more or less, we laugh at the same stuff.”