Holly Willoughby, 38, reportedly wants to turn a garage at her £3million London home into a studio flat as a live-in space for the family au pair to look after her three children, according to the Mail Online. The publication states the TV star wants to add a second storey to an existing brick-built garage at the end of her garden in and has already had documents lodged with her local council. Architect Brian O’Reilly told the publication: “Currently the existing building consists of a small garage and poorly lit adjoining room. “We propose to transform the existing building, providing functional, naturally lit accommodation for a live-in au pair.
“The existing structure would be maximised through the addition of a second floor, largely hidden behind the existing parapet walls.”
It’s reportedly the couple’s ninth building project and their 13th planning application they have made since buying their four-storey, six bedroom family home in 2012.
Express.co.uk have contacted Holly Willoughby’s representatives for comment.
Holly has been married to her husband Dan Baldwin for over a decade.
The pair share three children together; Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and Chester, four.
The couple met on the set of Ministry of Mayhem in 2004 and were friends for six months before they started dating.
Meanwhile, the blonde beauty shared a rare snap recently via her Instagram account of herself alongside her mother Linda on Sunday.
The TV star posed alongside her mother and fans were stunned by their striking resemblance.
In view of her 5.4 million followers, she captioned the post: “Happy Mother’s Day…. love you Ma.”
Fans inundated the mother-of-three with compliments, as one person said: “She looks just like you.”
Another person said: “We all know what you’re going to look like! Precious genes.”
While a third added: “Wonderful photo lovely mum and daughter.”
On Saturday, the TV presenter shared a rare snap with her son Harry after spending time together at Chessington World of Adventures.
She captioned the post: “Dreamy day… thank you @chessingtonworldofadventures,” followed by heart emoji.
Mother and son could be seen on a safari ride with a friendly giraffe peering in the window of their car.
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