Holly Willoughby shares pyjama selfie in the early hours of the morning as new pup Bailey ruins her Sunday lie-in

HOLLY Willoughby missed her Sunday morning lie-in after her new puppy Bailey kept her up all night.

The TV star, 40, recently got the golden retriever puppy as a new family pet and said Bailey was "lucky" she loved her after waking her up early on Sunday.

The This Morning host shared a selfie of her with Bailey finally curled up asleep on the couch after her early morning shenanigans.

In the adorable pic, Holly is make-up free as she looks down at the snoozing pup disapprovingly.

Holly rocked a pair of red tartan pyjamas as she lamented her missed Sunday lie-in.

"Just when you get to the point where your kids lie in on a Sunday… I’m up with this one… now she sleeps… lucky I love her so much… #Bailey 🐶 ♥️," she wrote on the Instagram post.

Holly revealed the new addition to her family last week and can't stop gushing about the adorable pooch.

Writing on her Wylde Moon website, she said: "Bailey came into our life this month and has changed everything."

It was her little girl Belle, 10, who planted the seed for a family pet, and Holly wishes they'd acted sooner.

She went on: "My daughter has been campaigning for us to get a dog since she was able to talk, and we have been waiting for the right time for a dog to fit into our family life. Now, is that time. This little ball of scrumptious energy bounded into our world and immediately made us question why on earth we have waited so long.

"She’s been brilliant for getting us all out of the house, going on long walks and playing in the garden. During lockdown, the kids gravitated to being on screens more than normal, but Bailey has come in and pushed a giant paw-shaped, reset button for all us…and of course we are completely in love.”

While Bailey has brought lots of joy to the Willoughby home, Holly has been struggling with illness in the past week.

She explained: "Last week I was struck down with a tummy bug and for 48 hours I was really not in a very good way. I couldn’t take the kids to school, I couldn’t go to work and I couldn’t take the dog for a walk, but that didn’t stop Bailey lovingly sitting at my feet all day long.

doing nothing for my swirling nausea, but nonetheless, just having her there made me feel so much better."

The illness forced her to miss three days in a row on This Morning.



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