The week has been whizzing by and Holly Willoughby has worn so many incredible outfits that we just can't keep up! The mother-of-three wowed viewers of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! on Wednesday evening in a gorgeous white floral dress which was emblazoned with a pretty flower print. She teamed the £120 Auguste The Label mini dress with a pair of teracotta boots and left her jewellery at home. How amazing did she look? It wasn't just her outfit either - her blonde hair looked better than ever and we are loving her natural glow - that's what the Australian climate does for you! As always, Angie Smith dreamed up Holly's latest ensemble - she is the only stylist that Holly trusts with her on-screen wardrobe. Both Angie and Holly shared a picture of the outfit in question and we have to say - we have become quite accustomed to this tropical backdrop - it beats the This Morning brick wall any day!
Holly looked blooming lovely in her Auguste The Label dress
Tartan is a print that the ITV favourite is certainly partial to and on Tuesday, she stepped out in a show-stopping outfit which delighted her fans. Keeping it casual, she teamed her £90 slogan 'be kind' T-shirt with a £325 tartan skirt by Rag and Bone, and lace-up boots by Camilla Elphick. Total rock chick!
We've also been keeping an eye on the mother-of-three's hair and makeup look during the daily show - hairdresser Ciler Peksah and makeup artist Patsy O'Neil have been on hand to perfect her beauty routine. "I've got a really wonderful glam team who I've worked with for a long time now. I listen to literally everything they say," Holly told HELLO!.
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Patsy was the lady that broke the news that Holly's favourite foundation was none other than the Serum Foundation by The Ordinary which retails at just £5.70. The lightweight formula has properties of a serum, but disperses like a foundation. A natural-coverage liquid, it gives a lovely semi-matte finish and best of all, there's a whopping 21 shades to choose from.