TV’s Holly Willoughby has an out-of-this-world member of staff on her team – the moon!
The 41-year-old presenter has listed the heavenly body as an employee at her new wellness firm Wylde Moon.
Bizarrely listed alongside the biographies of staff there is an entry for ‘‘the moon’’.
This Morning host Holly claims it is responsible for company “guidance and intuition”.
And under its guiding hand, the mother-of-three star has posted her first money-spinning financial figures since giving her agents the boot and taking control of her cash.
Her financial books show healthy assets for her lifestyle brand Wylde Moon of £305,981.
Holly says of the project: “It’s an online space to empower women, explore crystal energies and offer fashion and beauty tips.
“I want Wylde Moon to be a place where I can share the things that I love, the lessons that I’ve learnt, the things I see and instantly want to share with others.”
The Freeze The Fear host has become a shrewd entrepreneur as well as a successful TV presenter.
She famously split from the talent agency YMU Entertainment in a shock business move in 2020.
The star left the company – which represents stars including Phillip Schofield, Ant and Dec and Davina McCall – after 13 years to establish one of her own.
She launched the all-female firm Roxy Management and is its sole client.
Holly also runs Roxy Media Ltd with her telly producer husband Dan Baldwin.
Its earnings are made up from her telly and advertising and social media work.
The firm has a cash pile of £1,632,245 million.
Holly will be back on our screens every night this evening to host The Games.
The This Morning star and former cricketer Freddie Flintoff will host the live ITV reality show from Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13.
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For weeks, twelve celebrities have been stepping out of their comfort zones to be coached and trained before having to compete live to the nation in various Olympic-style events.
Among those hoping to be crowned top of the medals table is Coronation Street star Colson Smith, Emmerdale's Rebecca Sarker, actor Ryan Thomas, ex-Strictly Come Dancing pro Kevin Clifton, model and autism ambassador Christine McGuiness, and The Wanted's Max George.
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The Games launches May 9 on ITV at 9pm
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