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Holly Willoughby shares rare snap of her son on his 13th birthday

The Games and Freeze The Fear presenter Holly Willoughby has posted a rare snap of her son Harry as he celebrates his 13th birthday. Holly, who hosts the daytime show This Morning with Phillip Schofield, posted a photo of her eldest child gazing out to sea on a boat as she shared a loving message to her boy.

The doting mum wrote: "My boy.. Harry… 13 today… Our love for you is the greatest love imaginable…Happy Birthday… welcome to your teens." And the birthday messages came flooding in.

Fellow TV presenter Kate Thornton said: "Happy birthday Harry! X" All Saints singer Nicole Appleton wrote: "Happy birthday lovely Harry!!" Former footballer Frank Lampard messaged: "Happy birthday Harry! X" And fellow Chelsea legend John Terry said: "Happy Birthday Harry."

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Holly, 41, also has a daughter Belle, 11, and younger son Chester, seven, with her TV producer husband Dan Baldwin. This week she is co-hosting The Games alongside Freddie Flintoff on ITV. The sports game show sees celebrities including Corrie favourites Colson Smith and Ryan Thomas and Christine McGuinness and Olivia Attwood compete against each other.

And away from the sporting action, viewers were left divided tonight as Holly appeared on BBC One at the same time. The presenter was back on-screen in the latest pre-recorded episode, of Freeze The Fear with co-host Lee Mack on the BBC.

While taking a break from her usual hosting gig on This Morning she has been replaced for the week by Rochelle Humes. And she ended episode two of The Games in style on Tuesday night.

Standing by the pool as they wrapped up the episode Holly and Freddie, 44, decided they

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The Games and Freeze The Fear presenter Holly Willoughby has posted a rare snap of her son Harry as he celebrates his 13th birthday. Holly, who hosts the daytime show This Morning with Phillip Schofield, posted a photo of her eldest child gazing out to sea on a boat as she shared a loving message to her boy.
Holly Willoughby has shared a rare photo of her son Harry on Instagram as he becomes a teenager.The post, which now has more than 10,000 likes, shows young Harry, 13, looking out to sea as he's sat on the decking of a luxury yacht. Since Holly, 35, uploaded the snap on Wednesday a flurry of birthday messages have greeted her son with some famous names wishing the teenager well. Former Chelsea and now Everton manager Frank Lampard commented: "Happy birthday Harry! X" This was followed up with a similar message from former teammate John Terry and presenter Kate Thornton.

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