Holly Willoughby’s elegant red carpet look at the BAFTA TV Awards 2017

The This Morning star turned heads in a dusty blue number at the star-studded London event

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Holly Willoughby looked as stunning as ever as she arrived in London on Sunday afternoon to attend the BAFTA TV Awards 2017. The 36-year-old turned heads as she stepped out in an ultra-feminine dusty blue gown at the ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall. The strapless Turret Gown from Roland Mouret showcased her enviably slim physique, and featured a train that glided beautifully behind her as she walked down the red carpet. The This Morning presenter accessorised her awe-inspiring dress with a silver diamonte necklace. Beauty-wise saw Holly style her glossy blonde hair in a side parting and loose curls, which gently cascaded onto her shoulders, emulating the vision of the iconic Marilyn Monroe.

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Holly looked striking as she attended the star-studded TV awards show in London

For her make-up, the TV star outlined her large blue eyes in black eye liner and layers of black mascara, while her lips were painted a vibrant peach hue matte. Her stunning look was finished off with a glowy base and rose blush – that drew attention to her cheekbones and flawless complexion.

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The 36-year-old has an enviable wardrobe packed full of on-trend outfits

The TV star is renown for her playful approach to style. Her enviable wardrobe is packed full of sophisticated, summer-ready pieces that not only look great in the ITV studio but while she's out and about in London as well. She is a huge fan of the British high street and often steps out in eye-catching looks from popular brands such as Marks & Spencer, Topshop and Reiss.

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Holly was joined by a mass of much loved TV stars at the glitzy ceremony, including Joanna Lumley, Anna Friel, Ant and Dec, Tess Daly, EastEnders star Danny Dyer, Claudia Winkleman and Loose Women favourite Kay Adams. Sue Perkins presented the show.