Holly Willoughby has said she has not always been totally confident in her looks and would not leave the house without mascara on when she was younger.
The ITV presenter, 37, now hosting I'm a Celebrity...
She told Red magazine: "I feel like now I'm getting older, I'm much happier with my face as it is now than when I was younger".
Holly Willoughby isn't "afraid" of looking in the mirror as she gets older.
"But I saw a doctor and had a screening and I'm fine". 'I turn down a lot of stuff - even friend stuff - and because they're friends, they understand that I just want to be able to sit at home, order a takeaway and watch telly with my family'.
It was recently announced that Holly was the new brand ambassador of Marks & Spencer, with the mother-of-three sharing her top fashion tips with fans.
Speaking of her relationship with Anne Hegerty she said: "I think she is misunderstood".
"That was never part of it". I never wanted it all'.
The TV presenter - who is now in Australia hosting 'I'm A Celebrity.
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Her daily fashion choices in particular have caused a stir, with numerous pieces selling out online after she features them on her social media pages.
'Also, I'm not completely straight up and down, I'm curvy, so I think I'm sort of a normal shape, wearing normal clothes.
'That makes people go, "Oh yes, I might look like that in that"'.
'My style has to be quite highly functioning, ' she revealed.
She also revealed that her style inspiration is Cate Blanchett as "she's really feminine but strong".
"I hate insects and I was covered in them".
The pair previously fell out during a heated debate over cancer on This Morning in 2016.
The star said: "On This Morning, you can actually see what's being worn". We hugged. There is no feud'.
The full interview appears in the January issue of Red, on sale 4th December.