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Panicked Holly Willoughby fans warn star about her reflection in taps as she shares bubble bath pic


 PANICKED Holly Willoughby fans have warned the star about her reflection being visible in the taps of a snap she posted earlier today.

The 40-year-old star indulged in a bit of self-care this morning as she treated herself to a bubble bath - posting a photo of her relaxing break to her 7.1 million Instagram followers.

However, the TV favourite seemed unaware that her shiny bath taps would tease a glimpse of her reflection - with some desperately trying to let her know in case she shared another.

Others admitted that they had zoomed in to try and see Holly more clearly.

The mother-of-three is visible in the taps and can be seen leaning towards the bath to snap the photo on her phone.

Thankfully, the image isn't very clear - and certainly not sharp enough to reveal anything that it shouldn't.

But concerned followers wanted to draw her attention to the potentially disastrous blunder, with one writing: "Careful of the tap reflection!!"

Another added: "Reflection on the tap".

One more echoed: "I've already double zoomed!"

And when one remarked: "I wish my taps were that sparkling", another said in response: "I bet she doesn't now".

Holly had shared the photo after noticing that her bubbles had formed the shape of a heart as the tub filled.

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She captioned the post: : "I think my bath 🤍's me…"

The elegant roll top bath featured a traditional tap and shower fitting, with the cream decor of the bathroom adding a light and airy feel to the space.

Holly shares her gorgeous five-bedroom London mansion with husband Dan Baldwin and their three children; 11-year-old Harry, 10-year-old Belle, and six-year-old Chester.

Earlier this week, the star confessed to being "emotional" as she got the first dose of her coronavirus vaccine, telling fans: "It's been tough, right?"

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