Holly Willoughby's Prince Harry fantasy
Holly Willoughby would want to have Prince Harry on a remote desert island with her out of all of the people in the world because she thinks he'd bring booze with him
Holly Willoughby wants to be stranded on an island with Prince Harry.
The 'This Morning' presenter has confessed she is "fascinated" by the 32-year-old flame-haired royal and would want him to come along to the secluded spot because she thinks he's likely to bring booze with him so they could have a good time.
Asked by The Sun newspaper, who she'd like to join her if she was stuck on a remote island, she said: "I'm gonna go for someone like Prince Harry, cause he's another person I'm slightly fascinated about and I think he'll bring fun and he'll definitely bring some sort of alcohol on to that island somewhere."
The busty blonde - who is married to television producer Dan Baldwin, with whom she has three children, son Harry, seven, daughter Belle, five, and two-year-old son Chester - also said she'd like Harry's sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, TV chef Gino D'Acampo and survival show presenter Bear Grylls to be there too.
She added: "I'm gonna go for Kate Middleton, because I'm slightly obsessed with her anyway. So I reckon if I get her on a desert Island I can kind of ask her all the stuff I need to know."
Holly knows how to choose her friends wisely, as she recently admitted she feels lucky to have a group of pals who she can "talk to about anything" going on in her life.
The 36-year-old presenter is best friends with fellow TV star Fearne Cotton, 'This Morning' co-host Phillip Schofield, All Saints singer Nicole Appleton, former 'X Factor' presenter Kate Thornton, ex-'EastEnders' actress Tamzin Outhwaite and Spice Girl Emma Bunton.
Holly appreciates her friendships greatly as it is important for her to have people in her life she can rely outside of her family.
She recently said: "Friends are so important and they are always there for you no matter what. I have friends that I have met at different stages in my life and we have grown up together, but what they all have in common is we can talk to each other about anything and you never feel judged because they perfectly understand you."