• Wed. Feb 21st, 2024

Chloe Madeley backs mum Judy after she calls Holly Willoughby’s wellness brand ‘ridiculous’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Chloe Madeley backs mum Judy after she calls Holly Willoughby’s wellness brand ‘ridiculous’ |  Celebrity News |  Showbiz & TV

Chloe Madeley, 36, has backed her mum’s comments about Holly Willoughby’s lifestyle brand Wild Moon.

Earlier this week, Judy Finnigan, 75, of Hollis, said wellness sites like Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop “make fortunes for their charismatic hosts under the guise of caring about women’s well-being.”

She added to Women’s Own magazine: “Rosamund Pike mocks Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop website and claims the entire wellness industry is a mess.

“Hooray! I’m waiting for someone to go not just on Goop, but other ‘wellness’ websites like Holly Willoughby’s Wild Moon.

The former This Morning presenter went on to say: “The idea that it’s not enough to be healthy anymore, the idea that we have to be ‘well’… I think it’s really dangerous.”

Now Judy’s daughter and personal trainer Chloe Madeley (36) has shared her opinion on the matter.

She told the Daily Star: “I love how outspoken my mum is these days. I’m a fully qualified PT and nutritionist who teaches you about health and fitness, including mental health. I don’t know where the word ‘health’ came from.

“I see Mum’s point that it seems to be used for female marketing and I’m not sure why buying a product makes it a ‘wellness’ product.”

The Instagram influencer noted that she has also helped those struggling with emotional eating, fear of the gym, and early menopause, so she understands the importance of being happy and healthy.

“My interaction with real women is about fitness and I don’t want to be hated, so if women feel happy and healthy I will embrace it,” she added.

Holly founded her brand in 2021, sharing a range of content from beauty to in-season fashion tips.

The website also has a boutique that includes £40 candles, her own perfume for £42 and necklaces from £100 to £495.

The host prides her website on “encouraging you to make reconnecting with yourself worthwhile.”

Holly has previously admitted she didn’t think her website would be for everyone, with some calling her ideas “weird”.

“I was expecting it,” she told Grazia magazine. “that’s great. I can’t change it.

“I’m not here to impose any of this on anyone. It’s not ‘come and meditate with me’ or ‘look at the moon and play an instrument.’

“I’m not afraid of the reaction to this.

“If it doesn’t match what your thoughts and expectations of me are, there’s nothing I can do about it.”

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