Anita Rani gave us serious summer style inspiration when she appeared on Sunday Brunch at the weekend. The Countryfile presenter looked incredible in a simple white dress from Whistles - and we reckon it'll sell out in no time! The TV star, 42, posed backstage at the Channel 4 studios after joining Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy on the cooking show, showing off her gorgeous frock. Anita was delighted with her new buy, revealing she even shares a name with the design – the Anita Frill Dress!
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Anita Rani looked lovely in her summer staple dress from Whistles
The pretty number boasted flattering flared sleeves and tortoiseshell buttons, as well as bow detailing at the waist. Anita teamed the elegant number with a pair of statement leopard print heels from Stuart Weitzman – so chic! She wrote: 'Felt soooooooooooo great to be back in a TV studio today @sundaybrunchc4 thanks for having me. @timlovejoy_official @rimmersimon Always lovey to catch up with you both. Thanks for loving #Britain’s best parent and #ranisrecipes This summer frock is @thisiswhistles and it’s called ANITA! #workinggirl #lovemyjob #presenter.'
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We've tracked down Anita's dreamy dress and discovered it's on sale at £89.25, reduced from £119. The ivory colour looks so cute paired with a raffia bag and a leather sandal, and it also comes in an ultra-practical black.
Anita Frill Sleeve Dress, £89.25, Whistles
If you're after a slightly lower price point, we've found this amazing River Island dupe. The smart collar makes the dress perfect for all your virtual Zoom meetings during lockdown.
White Puff Sleeve Midi Shirt Dress, £55, River Island
During her appearance on Sunday Brunch, Anita spilled the beans about the future of Countryfile amid filming restrictions due to the coronavirus lockdown. Explaining they were already beginning to travel further afield, she teased: "I think it’s going to go out next Sunday - I was in Epping Forest, so things are changing. Things are easing up and we’re finding ways to make sure we can film."
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