Get the details on Ferne McCann’s latest outfit: her black puffa jacket is from ZARA, her bobble hat is from Noughts and Kisses and is £30 and her black Hunter wellington boots £105 are available to buy now
New mum Ferne McCann wrapped up in a cosy high-street led outfit on 26 December as she took a woodland stroll with her baby daughter Sunday in tow. The This Morning presenter showcased her affordable high-street style – with her burgundy bobble hat costing just £30 from online store Noughts and Kisses. Her cosy puffa coat was from ZARA, but has since sold out online. However there are many similar offerings at the Spanish retailer, starting at just £49.99. Ferne kept the cold out in a pair of high-gloss black Hunter wellington boots which retail at £105.
Ferne took baby Sunday for a woodland stroll
The former The Only way is Essex star posted a selection of adorable images on her Instagram account which has an impressive 1.9 million followers. The snaps featured Ferne, her mother and sister taking a festive walk in the forest with her baby daughter Sunday tucked away in a pram.
Ferne's hat is £30, by Noughts and Kisses
Ferne, 27, looked beautiful and relaxed as she posed for the intimate shot, surrounded by trees and leaves in the picturesque surroundings. The black puffa jacket featured a faux fur lining and prominent waist detail. She added a grey knitted scarf, burgundy hat and of course, the smart wellington boots which are loved by many celebrities and even the royal family.
Ferne wears Hunter boots in classic black, £105
It’s been a difficult year for the mother-of-one; the father of her daughter Arthur Collins has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for carrying out an acid attack at a busy London nightclub, which injured 22 people. Ferne's ex-boyfriend had been convicted of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and nine counts of actual bodily harm at a hearing in November.
The news of the sentencing came a little over a month after Ferne gave birth to her daughter Sunday Sky. She recently appeared on ITV documentary Ferne McCann: First Time Mum and spoke about struggling with the news - explaining: "I'm scared, I feel lonely, I feel sad."