Holly Willoughby hops on the back of a motorbike to beat the traffic in London as she makes last minute preparations ahead of I'm a Celebrity
The presenter is swapping chilly London for a hotter climate when she soon jets off to Australia to replace Ant McPartlin in the new series.
Looking like she was in a rush to leave her city home, Holly was picked up by a motorbike taxi.
Donning a helmet and waterproof jacket, the star looked comfortable on her ride.
She wrapped up over a heart symbol sweater and jeans, with her hair tucked in under her head-gear to avoid a windswept look.
But Holly will soon be enjoying warm weather Down Under when she makes her debut on I'm a Celebrity alongside Declan Donnelly.
Yesterday she caught up with her pals – including Nicole Appleton – to do some Christmas shopping.
The 37-year-old will be very busy when the new series kicks off on Sunday, November 18 so might not have time to get gifts for her three children to buy for.
Sharing a snap of her pals, Holly said: "Lovely lunch with my Gorgeous girls after a morning Christmas shopping at @clarencehouse … super proud as always to be a @princestrust ambassador @ruby1kid @shishib #nikidemetz."
She looked to be enjoying a chilled out afternoon after her gruelling jungle schedule was exclusively revealed by The Sun Online.
Her day will begin at 1.30am when she gets up read for the show to start at 7.30am.
Afterwards she'll be expected to shoot any extra material, film the trial and then attend work meetings.
It means she won't be done until 2pm every day.
An show insider told The Sun Online: “Everyone thinks Holly has got the easiest job but in reality it’s actually a really full on gig.
“She will have to start her day at 1.30am to make sure she is at the camp by 2.30am, which is when the work really starts.
“As with any TV shows, especially live ones, there are lots of meetings, rehearsals and script reading. Holly and Dec will watch back what happened overnight so they know exactly what is going on in the camp and with the celebrities.”
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