Holly Willoughby opens up about living with dyslexia (Photo: Rex)

Holly Willoughby opened up about growing up with dyslexia.

The TV presenter, 39, fears that & # 39; everyone thought I was stupid & # 39; when she was in school, to read aloud with difficulty.

The mother-of-three shared that she still gets muddled up on this Morning.

However, she has learned not to hold back in any way and put it down to her strong thinking.

She told magazine Red: & # 39; I have had dyslexia since I was young and it held me back ever since. At school, reading aloud was absolutely scaring me, because I had all the words wrong and I was convinced that everyone thought I was stupid.

& # 39; It still happens now – most of the mistakes I made this morning are from it, but it doesn't matter what it did to me then, because I don't have power.

The presenter does not let her & # 39; power & # 39; over them (Image: REX)

& # 39; I now know it's all about how & # 39; you pack it in your head. & # 39;

Holly, who has children Harry, Belle and Chester with husband Dan Baldwin, looks forward to focusing on herself when she turns 40 next year.

Holly appears on & # 39; s new issue of Red magazine (Image: Red)

& # 39; My 30s have been all about the kids – to lift them, all these balls on & # 39; to keep a floor – but as they get older, there is a bit more space where I can begin to focus on things that are happening for me, & # 39; shared the Dancing On Ice host.

& # 39; I see my 40s as an opportunity to reinvent myself and find out who & # 39; I am. & # 39;

Read the full Holly Willoughby interview in & # 39; s July issue of Red, available June 4th. It is available in all supermarkets and online on MagsDirect.

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