Holly Willoughby was raised and born in Brighton, England. Almost nothing is circulating on the Internet about Willoughby’s religious affiliation. She seems to have a Christian background since he celebrated Christmas, 1 but there is no reason for us to believe that she is very religious.
I found no evidence that he went to church or prayed, and he did not talk about God or religion. She might have grown up with some Anglican relatives, but far away, but seemed to be in the past of her family, not present.
This made Willoughby become non-political in her role as a daytime talk show host. She interviewed people like politicians as high as Prime Minister David Cameron and seemed willing to ask difficult policy questions, 2 but she had not shown himself to be partisan.
She saluted the Nazis one day broadcast in a lousy attempt to be funny after saying a word wrong, 3 but she might regret it immediately. And she also most likely did not hate Jews or regretted the results of World War II.
In a more deliberate step, she posted a photo of himself on Twitter without makeup, which could be a kind of feminist movement. Strangely, it caused a columnist to call her anti-feminist because she looked very good in the picture where the woman claimed that she might actually be wearing make-up.