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Holly Willoughby is the image of her mum in cute Instagram snap

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Holly Willoughby wowed fans after posting a sweet snap of herself with her mum on the set of This Morning.

In a collage revealing Holly's fabulous outfit of the day; a black pencil skirt, polka dot blouse and pale pink stiletto heels, the happy mum-of-three included a photo of herself with her mum. The pair looked remarkably similar with matching shoulder-length blonde hair and wide smiles as they posed for the snap.

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Holly posed with her mum

Holly captioned the picture: "Thursday's look on@itvthismorning features a special appearance from mumma willoughby! Skirt by @baukjen top by @hobbsvip and shoes by @officeshoes xxx." 

Fans were quick to spot the similarities between the pair of them and complimented the mother and daughter. One wrote: "See where you get your gorgeous looks from Holly," while another wrote: "she's as beautiful as you #likemotherlikedaughter."

The 35-year-old recently opened up about her own children, claiming that she has a new confidence now because of them. Speaking on Lorraine, she said: "I view my body in a very different way to perhaps when I was younger. My body gave me three beautiful children and, you know, I'm healthy and they're healthy, and it's incredible what your body can do, and you feed your children – it's incredible!

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Holly regularly posts snaps of her outfit

"I think I just look at my body very differently now, my body tells the tale of my life."

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She continued to talk about whether she would want any more children, revealing that she "feels complete." She said: "The thing is I don't like saying it's over because I don't like any of that bit of my life being over. It makes me really sad to think that I won't go through that again because I loved it so much.

"But I do look at my three children and think, 'I feel like my family is all here now'. I feel complete, but never say never."

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