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Holly Willoughby married Dan Baldwin in 2007 and the couple share three gorgeous children together.
The This Morning presenter, 40, met on the set of TV show Ministry Of Mayhem in 2004, when he was a producer and she was a presenter.
The pair now have three lovely children together; Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, six.
But who is Dan Baldwin? Let’s take a look…
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How old is Dan Baldwin?
Dan is 46 and was born in 1975 which makes him six years older than Holly.
What does he do?
Dan is a TV producer and has worked on shows including Celebrity Juice, Through the Keyhole and Virtually Famous.
The 46-year-old launched his own independent media company in 2014 called Hungry Bear Media and is the managing director.
He is also a development executive of Talkback Thames – a British TV production company which has produced shows including Celebrity Juice, The IT Crowd and All Star Family Fortunes.
How did Dan meet Holly?
The couple met while on the show of Ministry Of Mayhem in 2004 which was fronted by Holly, Stephen Mulhern and Michael Underwood.
Holly was 26 when she tied the knot to Dan Baldwin – who was 31 at the time – in August 2007.
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Their nuptials were at St Michael’s church and later the 900-year-old Amberley Castle on the South Downs in West Sussex.
Holly told OK! in her wedding exclusive: “We used to go there when I was little for lunch every time there was a special occasion. I think I just knew I would get married there.”
How many children do Holly and Dan have?
The couple have three adorable children – Harry, Belle and Chester.
Holly said in 2016 she loves the feeling of giving birth and would consider having more children.
Holly described childbirth as “pain in a different way” and unlike anything she’d ever experienced before.
“I love giving birth weirdly — although actually I shouldn’t say that is weird,” she said.
“I don’t want that area of my life to be over because it makes me sad to think I’d not be doing it again. I love being pregnant and I love having babies.”
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