Holly Willoughby went for a very statement summer look on Monday's This Morning, wearing a gorgeous white daisy-print dress from one of her favourite fashion brands, Ghost. The beautiful dress featured oversized puff sleeves and a full floaty skirt, which Holly teamed with her usual nude high heels, natural makeup and her signature blonde waves. "Morning Monday... a new week brings new feelings and emotions... Hope you are ok? Please continue to stay at home with us... see you at 10am on @thismorning," she captioned her Instagram post.
Holly posed in her pretty Ghost dress on Instagram
Holly is taking after the Duchess of Cambridge with her look, who also recently caused a sell-out with her gorgeous Ghost dress. The ITV star's pick is the cotton 'Lucinda' dress, with a wrap silhouette and pretty yellow floral embroidery. Costing £169, it's new to the brand's website - it looks like Holly snapped it up quickly!
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Lucinda dress, £169, Ghost
Plenty of fans reacted to the presenter's sunshine staple dress, with one viewer tweeting: "@hollywills loving your white and yellow daisy print dress today," and another joking: "I love Holly Willoughby’s dress on This Morning today but she does look as if she’s about to declare the Hunger Games are open!"
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Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after spending a relaxing weekend at home with her family, sharing a sweet natural selfie from her garden on Sunday. Looking laid-back in a Levi's jumper and adorable polka-dot hairband, she appeared to be digging up her homegrown potatoes for Sunday lunch - we're impressed with her green fingers and her gorgeous off-duty look!
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The star's famous friends were among the first to express their approval, with Dermot O'Leary commenting: "Now we’re talking x," and fellow This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes adding: "Yessssssss."
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