Holly Willoughby has admitted to drinking her own breast milk and was surprised when it tasted really sweet.
Holly Willoughby has admitted to drinking her own breast milk.
The 'This Morning' presenter - who has two children, Harry, four, and two-year-old Belle, with her television producer husband Dan Baldwin - revealed she was ''curious'' to try her milk and was surprised at how sweet it was.
Holly's admission came after her 'Celebrity Juice' co-host Fearne Cotton said she couldn't face drinking any of her own weaning milk after giving birth to her son Rex - who she had with her partner Jesse Wood - in February.
Speaking on the latest screened episode of 'Celebrity Juice' on Thursday (19.09.13), Holly said: ''I didn't get a whole glass and glug it down or just [mimes sucking on her boob] have a go. No, I just sort of ... I was just a bit curious. It's really sweet.''
Holly's confession prompted guest, Gino D'Acampo to reveal he had also drank breast milk from his own wife, Jessica.
The celebrity chef commented: ''It's very sugary. I did want to do like Panacotta.''
Last weekend, Holly announced she was quitting her role as a host on 'The Voice' to spend more time with her children.
Her co-host Reggie Yates is also leaving the BBC talent show, Emma Willis and JLS singer Marvin Humes will replace them when the series returns next year.
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