Holly Willoughby announced she wants another baby – but Schofe isn't having it

Holly Willoughby has announced she wants another baby with husband Dan Baldwin, adding another member to her brood of three. 

During today’s This Morning Christmas Special, which was filmed in advance, the presenter tells her co-stars Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes she wants a fourth child. 

Speaking to the former The Saturdays singer, who gave birth to her third child with Marvin Humes earlier this year, Holly asked how Blake’s big sisters have welcomed their little brother into the family. 

‘They are brilliant,’ grinned Rochelle. ‘They are constantly all over him and fighting about who’s going to hold him and who’s passing me the baby wipes… but it’s really nice, and I think because he’s a boy there’s no competition, they are just trying to be mini mummies!’

As Rochelle help up baby Blake, Holly squealed: ‘Oh I want one of those…’

‘No, you don’t,’ Phillip intervened. No you don’t, you’ve got enough!’

But Holly insisted: ‘OK… but I do!’

Holly shares three children with her husband Dan – Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, six. 

Today’s This Morning Christmas Special is the first time the daytime favourite has aired on December 25. 

The show opens with a very excitable Holly telling viewers: ‘It’s today! We are very excited to be celebrating with you this morning… and this is the first time ever, the first This Morning Christmas.’

‘Why did we only just think of this? Loving this!’ enthused Phil, before cracking out the pre-lunch booze. 

Joining Holly and Phil will be Davina McCall to promote the second series of The Masked Singer which returns on Boxing Day and actual Santa Claus.

Keeping them company will be This Morning favourites Alison Hammond, Alice Beer and Dr Chris Steele. 

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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