Presenter Holly Willoughby, 39, returned to This Morning on Tuesday after taking a day off on Monday, when she was replaced by Davina McCall. The star took the day off to take her three children back to school for the first time since the lockdown. However, she was back and looking better than ever as she returned to screens on Tuesday in a beautiful high street dress.
Holly always shares her outfits on Instagram ahead of the show, having become a fashion icon thanks to her impeccable style and enviable figure.
On Tuesday Holly revealed her latest look on her social media feed as she sported a floral dress that’s perfect for this week’s heatwave.
The black and white floral dress has a trendy silhouette, with a sweetheart neckline and a milkmaid style with a smocked bodice and flowing midi-length skirt.
The dress has short puff sleeves and a side slit for a flattering look that’s ideal for the scorching weather.
Her fans were quick to comment on the look to share their praise, as thousands pressed “like” on the post.
“There she is as pretty as a picture beautiful dress Holly as always nice to see you back,” said one.
Holly looked glowing in the floaty summer dress, with natural-looking makeup and her signature loose waves in her hair.
The star has been doing her own hair and makeup during lockdown as the show is running with reduced staff due to the pandemic.
Holly paired the midi dress with her go-to nude heels, the Gianvito Rossi 105 shoes which cost around £520 brand new.
Holly is well known for picking high street brands, having worked with one herself in recent years to create her own range.
The star was the face of a special collection for Marks and Spencer, which quickly caused items to sell out as fans hoped to steal her style.
Popular picks included a jumpsuit, white trainers and a faux leather skirt – all staples of Holly’s approachable and down-to-earth wardrobe.
On Tuesday Holly opened the show by thanking This Morning for letting her take time out to take the children back to school.
The mother-of-three said it was emotional as she took them back, with social distancing measures in place at their schools and temperatures being checked.
She said it was like having babies again as she was so used to knowing exactly what they were doing and learning while she was homeschooling them in lockdown.
Holly added that the kids were delighted to be back with their friends, and that they underestimate how much children need that connection with their peers.
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Published at Tue, 23 Jun 2020 09:22:00 +0000