Holly Willoughby seeks publics help after daughter Belle losing favourite bear

Holly Willoughby is seeking the public’s help after her little girl Belle lost her favourite bear. The mum is facing every parent’s nightmare and has taken to Instagram for some advice.

Holly posted a photo of Belle holding the teddy and explained that she has looked everywhere for it. 

“Help... we’ve had that nightmare moment where Belle has lost her favourite ‘Ted’ ... He is an old @arsenal teddy and had an Arsenal badge with a year on his foot... I wish I had a better photo! I’ve searched everywhere and also online for a replacement... Can anyone help?” she asked.


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The mum continued: “Have you seen him, Have you got the same bear at home that you may not need anymore, can I buy a replacement somewhere? ... poor Belle is so sad to lose her best friend ... Thank you xxx”

Her followers were quick to offer support and advice, with one mum sharing a hack we wish we’d known of years ago. She recommended buying two of the same teddy bear, so you always have a back up. 



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Another sympathised with the presenter: “This is heartbreaking! I’ve had the same thing happen to my son before and it literally feels like you’ve lost a part of the family. Hope you find what you’re looking for.”

Another added: “Awwwww I had that once it was my daughters teddy she named spook, by the power of social media spook was found, needed a trip to the washing machine. I hope it’s found.”

There’s no doubt Holly will find a replacement for Belle’s teddy, especially with such a huge social media following to help her out!




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