This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby is currently enjoying her annual summer break from ITV’s This Morning and shared the though-provoking quote on Instagram
Holly Willoughby has hinted at “letting go of negativity”in a cryptic message shared during her break from This Morning.
The presenter, 40, took to Instagram to post a quote from her upcoming book Reflections, and sparked mystery with her choice of words.
“Letting go of the judgement and the negativity makes space for love and kindness and a passion for everything around you and what you do.
“That is true beauty and that is what shines out into the world brighter than anything else,” the quote read.
Holly shared her excitement at the release of her upcoming book in the caption, and urged her fans and followers to pre-order.
“I can’t believe that Reflections is out in less than three months! I’m so excited to start sharing some snippets with you all. Hands up if this resonates with you…” the mum-of-three wrote.
“If you would like to, then the Link to pre-order the book is in my bio #reflections.”
This Morning presenter Holly, along with her longtime co-host Philip Schofield, regularly take a break over the summer, with stand-in presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford taking over the reigns.
Mother-of-three Holly is eagerly awaiting the release of her first book, which she said will touch on mental wellbeing as well as addressing body image, burn out and inner beauty.
She said the writing process was “intense”, and she’s poured her heart and soul into the book, and joked there are “pieces of her between the pages”.
Reflections, set to be published on 29 October, will also touch upon Holly’s journey to improve her mental health, and will feature essays, stories and personal thoughts from the much-loved presenter.
“Reflections is a celebration of how inner and outer beauty can work together in perfect harmony, which hasn’t always come easily to me,” she revealed when announcing news of the book.
“I hope this starts a discussion and helps readers reflect on their own paths and on where they find themselves now.”
“Writing this book has been an intense experience; there are pieces of me between the pages. It’s a one-off collection of personal essays, internal thoughts and stories,” Holly continued.
“The time felt right to share this with you now and as our path goes on and we continue to walk along it, I can’t wait to hold your hand and walk together.”
Holly, who shares children Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and six-year-old Chester with husband Dan Baldwin, hopes that her own experiences will help others to explore “what it means to live a beautiful life in the modern world”.
And she wants to use her own journey to look at “why we might simultaneously feel frantically busy and completely detached, the importance of listening to intuition and what it means to see yourself”.