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Holly Willoughby has absolutely no intention of quitting This Morning.
Speculation has been mounting that the ITV star could be about to step aside from the show.
But Mirror Online has learned that Holly's fans have nothing to fear – the long-serving telly favourite is staying put.
Rumours surfaced after stories claiming the mum of three may leave to put her family first.
But the star, 40, remains totally committed to the programme and has no plans to take a career break.
Holly has hosted the show with Philip Schofield on Monday to Thursdays for the past 12 years – and she won't be calling it a day yet.
The news will come as music to the ears of Holly's fans
A TV source said: "Holly is more than happy on This Morning and is proud to have been involved for so long.
"She has no desire at all to walk away and there's no truth in the stories that she wants to leave.
"Holly loves working with Phil and the ITV team and doesn't want to stop now."
The star recently admitted she wasn't sure if signing up for the show back in 2009 was the right thing to do.
Recent stories have suggested the star is ready to walk away
"When I started, I was terrified," Holly told Radio Times. "I only ever felt comfortable in cookery and fashion – I was so scared of asking important questions for fear of looking stupid.
"I was quite young and I think some people were questioning whether I was the right person for the job."
She needn't have worried, as Holly was a big hit with viewers and is still hugely popular all these years later.
But Holly is currently said to be embroiled in a row with her former agents YMU Group, who want a cut of her commission under a sunset provisions clause in her contract where agents collect commission from a celebrity who has left them.
But Mirror Online understands we'll be seeing her from 10am for a while longer!
Now it's claimed ITV may resolve the situation amicably by giving Holly a pay rise if talks reach a crisis point, according to reports
A source told The Sun : "Holly’s YMU row sparked some serious worries at ITV as they know how adamant she is that she shouldn’t have to pay them.
"They are hoping the situation can be amicably resolved. But they have agreed a last-resort plan to up her salary if it was to reach crisis level.