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Holly Willoughby's blue Ghost dress is selling like wildfire - act fast

What a stunning blue dress!

How stunning did Holly Willoughby look on Tuesdays This Morning? The blonde beauty brightened up the show wearing a dazzling navy blue dress with striking white detail by one of her favourite mid-range labels, Ghost.

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The ‘Izzy’ dress cost £145 and is part of the brand’s current collection. Giving us serious nautical vibes, the midi length style is cut in an elegant fit-and-flare silhouette with a flattering shaped waistband and a concealed side zip. We are loving the classic sailor collar with tie detail - it reminds us of holidays!

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If you like this dress though; you need to act quickly, it’s already sold out in a few sizes online, so don't delay if you want it hanging in your wardrobe.

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We are still reeling over the frock Holly wore during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations at the weekend.

Holly looked stunning in her Ghost dress

On Sunday, Holly wore a pastel blue dress with cross-over halter detail that featured a ditsy floral pattern. The Dancing on Ice star’s frock was from Erdem, a royally loved label. The shape is ideal for a summer wedding.

Holly's Dress:

Izzy Dress, £145, Ghost


Holly was part of Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee pageant, appearing on an open top bus alongside Rylan Clark and other stars.

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AJ Odudu interviewed Holly for the BBC, where the mother-of-three paid tribute to the "iconic lady" that is the Queen. She said: "Our Majesty the Queen is the most incredible, amazing, iconic lady," said Holly adding that the atmosphere down the mall was "magical".

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The amazing street pageant brought the four-day celebrations to a close on Sunday and it included 10,000 people with a cast of 6,000 performers. The 3km carnival procession went from Horse Guards, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace.

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