HOLLY Willoughby is ALREADY getting into the festive spirit – more than two months before Christmas Day.
With 78 days still to go before December 25, the This Morning star posted a snapshot of a mince pie and a festive mug.
She wrote captioned the snap: “So this just happened. Too soon?”
Many of her fans seemed to disagree, with one commenting: The festivities can’t come too soon!”
Another added: “Got mulled wine into work today and I bought the first one out of the box😄 never too soon for this goodness!”
A third chimed in: “It’s cold and wet out. Bring on Christmas!”
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Other fans disagreed, telling Holly to “get Halloween out of the way first!”
“Jumping the gun a bit love,” one wrote.
Another added: “Oh holly bit too early lovely but I’m counting down the days to get those decorations up!”
“I agree – too soon for the C word (Christmas),” added a third follower. “Even writing that was weird. Let’s get past Halloween 🎃 first!”
Meanwhile, Holly has been showing off her stunning autumn wardrobe on This Morning.
Last week, she drove fans wild by flashing her legs in a sexy yellow skirt on the show.
The mum-of-three wowed in a yellow jumper and matching skirt, which she teamed with a pair of nude-coloured high heels.
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