Ayda Field wears floral Valentino dress for Loose Women return

The popular panellist had been enjoying a summer break with her family

Hanna Fillingham

Ayda Field was dressed for summer on Friday's episode of Loose Women, looking fabulous in a floral midi dress from luxury fashion house Valentino. The popular TV presenter made her comeback on the show following a summer break, and certainly made an impression. Her statement gown was adorned in a pretty floral pattern and featured cap sleeves and a flared skirt. Ayda teamed it with a pair of leg-lengthening Christian Louboutin heels and kept accessories to a minimum.

Ayda Field looked stunning in a Valentino gown on Friday's Loose Women

Beauty-wise, the mother-of-two styled her honey-hued hair in a side parting. Her complexion radiated with a dewy sun-kissed glow, and was enhanced with a sweep of bronzer across her cheekbones. A smoky eye and pink lipgloss completed her look.

Ayda recently returned to the UK following a family holiday in Tuscany with husband, pop sensation Robbie Williams, and their two young children, two-year-old Charleton, and four-year-old Teddy – who looks to have inherited her mum's fabulous sense of style. In a recent photo taken during their trip, the little girl is pictured modelling a Lisa Marie Fernandez dress belonging to the Loose Women panellist. The summer-ready design featured pleated ruffles, and looked fabulous on the miniature muse, who was captured standing outside by a clear blue pool.

Ayda and Robbie celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary on Monday 7 August 

It has certainly been a busy time of late for Ayda and her family. On Monday, she started off the week celebrating her seventh wedding anniversary to Robbie. The couple got married on 7 August back in 2010, in a wedding exclusively covered by HELLO! magazine. To mark the happy occasion, Ayda took to her Instagram account, where she posted a sweet photo showing her and Robbie looked loved-up. "#rydaforever," she captioned the post, as Elbow's One Day Like This played in the background.

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