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Holly Willoughby takes daughter Belle on a staycation to Winnie the Pooh’s house in the 100 Acre Woods

HOLLY Willoughby has enjoyed a sweet mother-daughter day out to Winnie the Pooh's house in the 100 Acre Woods during her staycation.

The This Morning host took to Instagram to show a behind-the-scenes peek at their gifted break from Disney and holiday rental website Airbnb.

Holly, 40, shared a sweet snap of her young daughter Belle, 10, exploring the tree where character Winnie The Pooh is supposed to live.

A second snap saw the mother-of-three enjoying herself on the swing outside the magical tree house as she beamed a smile towards the camera.

"Yesterday, she made it. Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood in search of Pooh bear and dreams came true," Holly captioned the two snaps.

"Happy birthday Winnie the Pooh," she added - as fans gushed over the "magical" photos from Ashdown forest in Surrey.

Holly rarely posts pictures of her children on her social media - especially middle child Belle, who has two brothers, Harry, 12, and Chester, six.

The devoted mum has never shown their faces on her Instagram page, but occasionally gives glimpses into their fun-packed lives.

Earlier this year, Holly shared a snap of her daughter on Instagram as they made dessert together while enjoying time at home.

Belle's face is hidden as she looks down at the mixture in front of her, while Holly smiles up at the camera as they tucked into a dessert.

Holly also treated fans to a rare snap of her husband earlier this month, as they attended the National Television Awards together.

She grinned beside suited and booted Dan, Dr Zoe Foster and Rochelle Humes, while Phillip stood with the NTA in his hand.

"The obligatory lift selfie," wrote Holly. "Waking up with a full heart this morning. Thank you once again. We love making this show and to pick up this award means so much to the whole team."

Her followers couldn't believe the similarities between her hubby and co-host - noting that he showed a resemblance to Philip Schofield.

Collecting the programme's award on stage earlier in the night, Phillip said: "We are always massively, massively proud of This Morning and our family and our team.

"What was amazing for us was, every single day, because of the brilliance of ITV, we could stay on air and we could be there. We felt like we were everyone's comfort blankets, but for all of us, you were our comfort blankets too."

Making a special mention for his co-star Holly, he added: "Thank you for that, thank you for being there with us and also thank you to my best friend."

Holly then took over and said: "This Morning is an incredible team, and we are lucky to just be one cog in the wheel. We just wanted to give you a normal morning, thank you for voting, it means the absolute world."

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby rejoice as This Morning wins best daytime at the NTAs

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