Holly Willoughby has shared a glimpse into her fun-filled elongated winter break as she gears up for the return of Dancing On Ice.
The TV favourite grinned from ear to ear as she navigated the toboggan with robes attached at the front.
Holly looked effortlessly chic as usual, donning a black and white puffer jacket, black bobble hat and gloves.
The 40-year-old posted the snap on Instagram, teasing fans by overlaying the video with Cold As Ice by Foreigner.
Getting fans rilled up for the Dancing On Ice premiere, she wrote in her caption: “Prepping for an icy January…
“I’m ready for you @dancingonice and @iceman_hof #hwstyle @perfectmomentsports @swskibarnes @sorelfootwear.”
Holly has enjoyed a long Christmas break and will return to our morning screens on January 10 following her wintery holiday.
Her return will be days before she will begin her Dancing On Ice hosting duties as the show kicks off ITV on Sunday, January 16 at 6.30 pm.
Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse will replace John Barrowman on the judging panel this series, alongside Ashley Banjo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
As well as hosting this year’s Dancing On Ice, the much-loved presenter is heading to the BBC.
She will be joining Lee Mack and Wim ‘The Iceman’ Hof for a new survival programme that will challenge celebrities in a “unique test of mental strength like no other”.
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Superstar Survival will see a whole host of famous faces take on Europe’s harshest conditions in a bid to tackle their demons.
Holly will fly back to the UK at the weekends to film Dancing On Ice alongside Phillip.
Sources told OK! that Holly is “excited” to have her own show.
“Holly is excited to start working on the new show and loves the people she will be working with,” the source said.
“She of course loves working with Phil, but she’s also a star in her own right and doesn’t have to rely on their partners.”
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