Holly Willoughby shows off her long legs in thigh skimming floral dress on This Morning
Holly Willoughby kicked off Monday morning in a Spring floral inspired dress that cost £85. The pretty blonde looked suitably chic to present ITV’s This Morning breakfast show. Wearing a ditsy floral printed dress, the star was ready for another week hosting alongside Phillip Schofield. Ever the one to show off her enviable figure, Holly cinched the dress in at the waist with a maroon belt.
Holly stunned for Monday morning’s show in a thigh skimming floral dress.
The presenter looked gorgeous in a floaty printed dress from French Connection.
Holly paired the ditsy floral dress with a pair of her favourite designer court shoes by Gianvito Rossi.
The mother of three is often seen in a pair of the designers shoes, which cost around £510.
And while Holly dabbles in designer styles, the presenter is still a big fan of the high street, pairing her expensive shoes with a dress from the British high street.
Over the weekend Holly attended ‘Night to Inspire’ an event held by the Arsenal Foundation.
Holly has previously attended the football clubs charity events as well as taking her kids to watch the team play.
Holly posted a late night snap of the Emirates Stadium with a message thanking the foundation for such a great night.
In the gushing post on Instagram Holly also referenced her eldest son Harry, who she said was ‘feeling truly inspired’ after the event.
Holly often shares small snippets of her downtime away from the show to her 5.4 million followers.
This is Holly’s second week back at work after the Easter break.
The mum of three, like many Brit’s across the country enjoyed a break over the school holidays.
The This Morning host, alongside her husband Dan and three children jetted off to catch some sun.
The star posted several holiday snaps to the micro blogging site at the end of her trip.
And it seems like the family picked a popular destination as they even met up with fellow presenter Davina McCall for a quick surf.
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