HOLLY Willoughby looked gorgeous as she planned to ring in the new year and hoped for some kind of 'normality'.
This Morning presenter, 40, donned a festive hat that read 'happy new year' as she sipped on a super sized margarita.
Holly posted the photo to Instagram and tipped her hand to her red hat as she smiled widely.
She captioned the cute post: "Happy New Year…🍸"
Her fans rushed to compliment her and also wish her a great 2022.
"Happy new year to you holly 🥳🍾🍾" wrote one fan.
Another added: "Happy New Year Holly."
And a third wrote: "Happy new year have a good one if you can !! stay happy and healthy 🤍."
Holly recently posed with posed for a snap with her adorable new dog Bailey on Christmas Day.
She revealed that her, husband Daniel Baldwin and their kids Belle, Chester and Harry adopted the pup last month.
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Since then she's become a proper part of the family and spent the day celebrating with them.
Holly reposted a pic of herself and her four-legged pal on Instagram.
In the snap the mum-of-three has a huge smile on her face as she cuddles up next to her furry friend in front of a Christmas tree.
Holly looked incredible in a knitted cream jumper and a face of glam make-up.
The telly star opted for some dramatic winged eyeliner and a red lip to add a pop of colour.
Bailey melted hearts in a red bow tied around her neck.
Earlier this week Holly gave an insight into what the family get up to on Christmas Day – which include a 5.30am alarm, lots of booze, and a ‘posh’ breakfast.
Holly said: “The kids like honey or jam on toast cut into triangles to make it look a bit posh.
“Dan and I usually have smoked salmon on toast while we are opening the tree presents with a glass of Buck’s Fizz.
“All three kids run in very early, at fever pitch level of excitement, with some of them having not slept all night.
“My eldest had about an hour of sleep last year I think, so I’m hoping this year we will wake up slightly brighter than we did last year.
“But with three young children, it’s Christmas chaos with a very early start.
“We have to try and stop ourselves from opening the tree presents before breakfast because we’re all up at about 5.30am.”
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