Holly Willoughby ‘prepares for battle over money with her old talent agency’ after they parted ways

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Holly Willoughby is said to be getting things in order so that she can fight her old management agency over money they are allegedly claiming.

It's claimed that YMU Group have staked a claim of 15 per cent on any of the This Morning presenter's future earnings from jobs that she secures herself despite not representing her anymore.

The blonde beauty, 39, recently set up her own management agency called Roxy and reportedly parted ways with with YMU – who also represent her co-host Philip Schofield, Ant McPartlin, Dec Donnelly and Claudia Winkleman.

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A source told The Sun: “Holly is a strong, savvy, very successful woman working in a tough industry — she won’t be taken for a fool.

“It’s a real shame how things have turned out, as she was incredibly loyal to YMU for many years, but now they are demanding commission on future earnings. It is madness.

“She never actually signed a binding contract with them — and they have not signed up to the professional body called PMA which represents actors and agencies — so she does not understand why she should pay them for jobs she secured.

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“Holly set Roxy up with an all-female team. She is all about empowerment, and even if this goes legal she will not roll over on the matter.”

A spokeswoman for Holly declined to comment.

However, it looks as if the mum-of-three isn't letting it get her down as she and Philip, 59, continue to present This Morning.

On Wednesday's show the pair had to remain composed while speaking about vaginas.

The ITV co-hosts, who were recently left gobsmacked as a nudist flashed their genitals live on the show, were discussing a new product for the nether region with Dr. Philippa Kaye.

The pair impressively managed to keep straight faces during the segment, but failed to prevent the odd laugh and smirk from escaping from time to time.

Holly and Phil introduced the segment between giggles as they said it was called 'what to keep away from your vagina'.

Dr. Philippa then informed the pair about a new product from an Australian beauty brand called a vulva mask.

Attempting to unravel the sheet, which resembled one that you could place on your face, Phillip held it up and explained that it looked like a pair of "lacy pants".

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