Holly Willoughby has revealed her feelings on her t-shirt as she enjoyed a boozy Christmas catch up with her girlfriends.

The mum-of-three was seen supping champagne at private club Annabel’s wearing a very cheeky slogan top.

Sticking her tongue out while holding a glass of fiz aloft, Holly showed off her festive attire that read ‘I can get you on the naughty list.’

Holly’s quirky top comes with a pretty hefty price tag at £52 from California brand Wildfox.

The TV presenter looked in a celebratory mood after finally confirming she won’t be returning to host I’m A Celebrity next year.

The This Morning played her part in a record-breaking series for the ITV show winning huge praise for her natural style and chemistry with Declan Donnelly.

The 37-year-old host stood in for Anthony McPartlin this year as he battled drink and drug issues and the ITV show enjoyed record ratings with some fans calling for her to return.

But speaking for the first time since she returned to the UK, Holly said: “It’s definitely business as usual This was a one off, once in a lifetime adventure.”

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Holly made the comments as she launched the new series of Dancing on Ice.

Asked if there was room to join as a trio on the show next year, Holly added: “I just don’t think it’s even an option. I’m not even thinking about that.

"I’ll be at home with everyone else having a glass of wine watching it as everyone else is. That’s what I was most jealous of, here I am standing here when you’re all drinking red wine in front of the fire."

Holly’s This Morning co-star Phillip Schofield, who works alongside her on the skating reality show, also piped up to say he was so proud of her.

"She did so well. I enjoyed myself enormously watching because I knew what it was going to be like and she was brilliant, hilarious and caring.”

The new series of Dancing on Ice will start after Christmas and star the likes of Gemma Collins, Wes Nelson and Richard Blackwood competing.

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