It’s been revealed that Holly Willoughby’s husband Dan Baldwin allegedly attended the now infamous ‘President’s Club’ charity dinner.

The President’s Club closed in disgrace after revelations some of the 130 hostesses at its annual charity ball were sexually harassed.

And it’s now been reported that Holly’s 41-year-old husband was named on a seating plan at the dinner, according to The Sun.

Earlier this year, the scandalous dinner party ignited a media storm, after a report in the Financial Times exposed sexual harassment at the annual, mens-only party.

Female waitresses at the party were allegedly ordered to wear revealing dresses. And it’s said that many of them were continuously groped by wealthy male guests.

It’s also been said that Holly’s This Morning bud Gino D’Campo was in attendance at the controversial event, as was Topshop boss Philip Green.


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However, one waitress reportedly claimed that the famous chef was “lovely” and “wasn’t doing anything dodgy” at the dinner.

Early reports also suggested that Dragon’s Den panellists Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones CBE were also guests at the charity event, along with Tamara Ecclestone’s husband Jay Rutland.

Neither Holly nor Dan have commented on the rumour. Dan has not been accused of any inappropriate behaviour.

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Holly and Dan have been married since 2007, and share their three children, Belle, 6, Harry, 8, and Chester, 3.

The stunning TV presenter recently shared her secret for a happy union. Speaking to The Sun, Holly confessed that shared interests and a sense of humour ensure the couple stay close.

She confessed, “If you get on and have the same interests, it makes the difficult times easier. Because you’re both approaching it from the same angle.

“So I’m very lucky, that’s all I can say. I never take him for granted. I really don’t, because I imagine it’s not easy at times but we do have a real understanding of one another.

“And he makes me laugh and that’s really important.”