Rare glimpse inside Holly Willoughby’s luxury London home

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Holly Willoughby is a certified national treasure, bringing laughter to people's lives on This Morning.

The highly successful mum-of-three has a dreamy home that would make anyone envious.

The TV darling, 39, shares her home with TV producer Dan and their children Belle, Harry and Chester.

The five bedroom house in South London was bought in late 2011 for £2.8 million and Holly regularly offers her followers a glimpse into her luxury abode via social media – reports My London.

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Holly shared a sneak peek at her kitchen as she carved a Sunday roast in an adorable apron.

The snap shows sleek white counters, marble surfaces and parquet floorboards, plus an enviable collection of trendy Emma Bridgewater tableware.

Other pictures show her white gloss dining table, stunningly set with candles, flowers and a cute little accessories tray, then in the background some white wicker-backed chairs.

Many of the photos star her cats Bluebell and Teddy, who can be seen sprawling over furniture, revealing a very neutral colour palette across the whole of the house, plus lots of soft throws and blankets over furniture.

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As a mum to three young children, the house isn't as spotless as you might expect – but that just makes her all the more relatable.

One surprise was a rather out of place neon sign – a huge red love heart reading 'H&D Forever'

Holly's bathroom is also to die for, with a walk in glass shower, marble effect tiling and fluffy towels hung on a chrome towel rail.

A different post showed off her luxurious roll-top bath – complete with cat.

We also got a glimpse of her huge garden when she posted a picture of her daughter playing with a pink dollhouse.

Holly had her feet up on a wicker chair in the foreground. Another time we got to see of the outside of her house was a shot of a beautiful wisteria plant climbing up a red brick wall.