Holly Willoughby says son Chester lost a tooth as he celebrated England’s football win

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Holly Willoughby revealed that her son Chester lost a tooth as they tuned into the England football game on Tuesday evening.

Holly and her husband Dan Baldwin watched England defeat Germany with their children, Harry, 12, Belle, 10, and six-year-old Chester, and it seems there was plenty of drama.

As she discussed the win on Wednesday's This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield, mum-of-three Holly gave viewers a rare snippet of her personal life.

"Chester, when we won and the whistle was blown, he cheered… his tooth – which has been hanging by a thread – fell out onto the ground and we were scrambling around trying to find it!" she explained.

Holly Willoughby revealed that her son Chester lost a tooth as they tuned into the England football game on Tuesday evening

"He picked it up and went, ‘it’s coming home’, with the tooth in his hand! I was like, ‘that’s amazing’," the blonde giggled as Phillip replied: "Ahhh brilliant."

Holly's comments come after she opened up recently about her "responsibility to her children" while going to work during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chatting in an interview with Phillip, she explained: "I knew we were doing something important. I’ve got the kids at home, Dan wasn’t going into the office so I was really the only one going in and out of that house and I was worried, because I was thinking that I’ve got a responsibility for my own children.

Phillip Schofiled and Holly Willoughby couldn't resist talking about England's win during Wednesday's show

"Having said all of that, I knew what we were doing was important, important enough for me to kind of go, ‘No, I know we’re being safe at work. I know I’m going to come home and wash my hands and take my clothes off by the door and get in the shower and all those things’, because I knew what we were doing was important so I wanted to keep doing it," she added.

Holly went on to say that she wants to continue to manage her time better following the end of the lockdown.

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"There’s no reason why you have to go across town for a meeting. You can do those things on Zoom within your house and then you’re there when the kids get back from school. That type of thing, that real home time," she said.

"The kids have really enjoyed me being back in the afternoons a lot more and most afternoons I am, because This Morning is in the morning, but quite often I’ll have bits and bobs to do.

"So for me, just having that time at home, I don’t want to give too much of that back now."

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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