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‘He does this ALL the time’: Holly Willoughby reveals husband Dan Baldwin’s amusing wine prank

‘He does this ALL the time’: Holly Willoughby reveals husband Dan Baldwin’s amusing wine prank

Holly Willoughby discussed her husband Daniel Baldwin’s amusing wine prank on Thursday, to trick her friends into thinking she has been drinking all day.

Speaking on This Morning to Chris and Rosie Ramsey, the TV presenter, 40, revealed her husband, 45, passes her a glass of wine during all of her Zoom calls – regardless of what time it is – to imply she has a penchant for alcohol.

While sat next to her co-host Phillip Schofield, she said: ‘You know what Dan kept doing to me when we were doing Zoom calls.

Ready for a glass: Holly Willoughby discussed her husband Daniel Baldwin’s amusing wine prank on Thursday, to trick her friends into thinking she has been drinking all day

‘Obviously I would come back from work and he’d knock on the door and I’d go, “Oh sorry hold on” and open the door and he’d pass in a glass of wine no matter what time of day it was.

‘So I would then have it and look back at the screen and be like, ‘Sorry he does this all the time” and he’d go, “No, I don’t, you asked for it!”‘

Holly, who tied the knot with Dan in 2007, added: ‘It was so annoying! He did it every time, no matter who I was talking to.’

An entertained Chris, 34, responded: ‘That is brilliant.’

Liquor: Speaking on This Morning to Chris and Rosie Ramsey, the TV presenter, 40, revealed her producer husband, 45, (pictured) passes her a glass of wine during all of her Zoom calls - regardless of what time it is - to imply she has a penchant for alcohol

Liquor: Speaking on This Morning to Chris and Rosie Ramsey, the TV presenter, 40, revealed her producer husband, 45, (pictured) passes her a glass of wine during all of her Zoom calls – regardless of what time it is – to imply she has a penchant for alcohol

Like many others during the pandemic, the TV presenter has been staying in contact with her friends over Zoom including All Saint’s Nicole Appleton and Spice Girl Emma Bunton.  

Holly’s amusing story appears in contrast to the recent news that her and Dan’s plans to extend their house have been hit with yet more complaints from neighbours, who have been fighting their home renovations for the last eight years.

The couple, who share children, Harry, 11, Belle, 10, Chester, six, want to add a first floor extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London, which they purchased in 2011.

Ha! While sat next to her co-host Phillip Schofield she said: 'He’d knock on the door and I'd go, "Oh sorry hold on" and open the door and he’d pass in a glass of wine no matter what time of day it was'

Ha! While sat next to her co-host Phillip Schofield she said: ‘He’d knock on the door and I’d go, “Oh sorry hold on” and open the door and he’d pass in a glass of wine no matter what time of day it was’

Trickster: She added: 'So I would then have it and look back at the screen and be like, ‘Sorry he does this all the time" and he’d go, "No, I don’t, you asked for it!"'

Trickster: She added: ‘So I would then have it and look back at the screen and be like, ‘Sorry he does this all the time” and he’d go, “No, I don’t, you asked for it!”‘

However, they are facing serious local opposition with a further two residents complaining. 

One neighbour, Liliana Velez, blasted the plans last week, saying: ‘Having the noise all week all day for so many months is not the standard of living in such an expensive area to live. I do not pay taxes to get this level of disruption, it is not quality of life.’

Now local Julie Halstead has also hit out at the pair, saying: ‘One of the reasons I came (to the area) is is because it is within a beautiful, leafy Conservation Area; The home has already been extended.

Catch-up: Like many others during the pandemic, the TV presenter has been staying in contact with her friends over Zoom including All Saint's Nicole Appleton (pictured top left) and Spice Girl Emma Bunton (pictured bottom right)

Catch-up: Like many others during the pandemic, the TV presenter has been staying in contact with her friends over Zoom including All Saint’s Nicole Appleton (pictured top left) and Spice Girl Emma Bunton (pictured bottom right)

Drama: Holly's amusing story appears in contrast to the recent news that her and Dan's plans to extend their house have been hit with yet more complaints from neighbours, who have been fighting their home renovations for the last eight years (pictured in 2009)

Drama: Holly’s amusing story appears in contrast to the recent news that her and Dan’s plans to extend their house have been hit with yet more complaints from neighbours, who have been fighting their home renovations for the last eight years (pictured in 2009) 

‘I feel that further development as per proposal, would severely impact the character and nature of this part of the road and community.

‘I feel that the project would have a negative impact on wildlife in this beautifully green area. My main living areas face the home and its gardens. 

‘The proposed project would mean that I would be much more overlooked with it resulting in a loss of privacy.’

She went on to state that in previous work done on Holly’s property in 2013 on a ground floor extension and swimming pool, there was chaos on the road, and she fears this will happen again.

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Family: The couple, who share children, Harry, 11, Belle, 10, Chester, six, want to add a first floor extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London , which they purchased in 2011

Family: The couple, who share children, Harry, 11, Belle, 10, Chester, six, want to add a first floor extension to their six-bedroom home in south west London , which they purchased in 2011

She added: ‘Due to the pandemic, many of us now work from home. I feel that this proposed project would have a very negative effect on the lives and work of the residents.’

Ms Halstead and other neighbours also objected in 2016 when the couple had a planning application for a two-storey building attached to the main house refused by the local council.

Yet Holly is now claiming that they’ve addressed the council and residents’ fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two. 

Her explanation hasn’t stopped neighbours complaining, with Barnaby Martin, stating: ‘Due to the major disruption caused by the proposed building works, I would like to put forward my objection to the proposal.

Backlash: Neighbours also complained when Holly put up a Union Jack on the flagpole of her house, a folly dating back to the 1800s, which has a huge tower in the middle of it

Backlash: Neighbours also complained when Holly put up a Union Jack on the flagpole of her house, a folly dating back to the 1800s, which has a huge tower in the middle of it

‘It would cause significant difficulties in terms of access and parking as well as disturbance during the day. 

‘I regularly work from home, and so the works would have an even greater effect on my life. As the proposed works are purely cosmetic, and not essential.

‘I don’t see them as being worth the overwhelmingly negative effect on the lives and work of the people who live here.’

MailOnline has contacted Holly’s representatives for comment. 

Level up: Holly is claiming that they've addressed the council and residents' fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two

Level up: Holly is claiming that they’ve addressed the council and residents’ fears by only making this current application one storey instead of two


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