Holly Willoughby has opened up on her relationship with husband Dan Baldwin as she insisted she's still attracted to him.
The 40 year old, who recently launched her own jewellery collection with £495 earrings and diamonds, spoke out during an interview on Zoe Ball's Radio 2 show, where she admitted she's incredibly "blessed".
"I have a very happy relationship with my husband. I love him, I still fancy him – which is fantastic," Holly told 50 year old Zoe on Friday 5 November.
The TV personality couldn't help but share how lucky she is as she added: "I'm very blessed in many, many ways."
Holly and Dan first met on the set of TV show Ministry Of Mayhem in 2004, which was fronted by Holly, Stephen Mulhern and Michael Underwood.
Blonde beauty Holly was 26 when she tied the knot to Dan – who was 31 at the time – in August 2007.
Their nuptials were at St Michael’s church and later the 900-year-old Amberley Castle on the South Downs in West Sussex.
Holly told OK! in her wedding exclusive: “We used to go there when I was little for lunch every time there was a special occasion. I think I just knew I would get married there.”
The pair now share three children together, including sons Harry, 12, and Chester, seven, and daughter Belle, 10.
The couple marked 14 years together recently and Holly previously spoke out about the key to their successful marriage – especially throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
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She explained that they hadn't argued throughout the quarantine period because when they spent time apart in the house, Dan surprised her by doing little things that brightened her day.
Holly, who recently stunned in tweed at her book launch as her pal Phillip Schofield proudly watched, said: "I also think that doing little nice things gives you a bit of leeway in other areas as well.
"Like if I'm sort of doing something and Dan will come and make me a cup of tea or I'll come back and he would've put the washing away – and I haven't asked him.
"Then I sort of turn a blind eye to all these other things, so I think doing little things to help makes a big difference."
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