Holly Willoughby stuns in floral £99 Massimo Dutti dress to meet Prince Charles

The TV presenter welcomed Prince Charles and Camilla to the ITV studios

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Holly Willoughby looked positively regal during Wednesday's appearance on This Morning. As she prepared to welcome Prince Charles and Camilla to the ITV studios, Holly dressed to impress in Massimo Dutti. The TV star looked stunning in the label's Georgette dress, which features a floral print and bow detail and is made of georgette fabric. The frock's A-line silhouette looked incredibly flattering on Holly and showed off her petite frame. The £99.95 dress is currently available on Massimo Dutti's website in sizes six and eight. Shoppers can register to receive a notification for when sizes ten, 12 and 14 are back in stock.

Holly teamed her dress with suede pink court heels by Office and had her blonde hair styled in loose waves with a middle parting. She completed her ultra-feminine look with a soft pink lip and a sweep of blusher.

Holly shared her stunning look on Instagram

Fans were quick to compliment the mum-of-three, who uses #hwstyle on her 'outfit of the day' Instagram posts. Followers commented on her "beautiful" and "classy" dress, while another wrote: "Just want all your clothes!" A second fan replied: "Wow @hollywilloughby, stunning as always. You would look good wearing a bin bag!!"

On Wednesday, Holly and her co-host Phillip Schofield had a lot to be excited about. The pair welcomed Prince Charles and Camilla to the ITV studios in London. The royals were given a tour of the studios, before also being introduced to the hosts of Good Morning Britain and Lorraine. Before leaving, the future King and his wife signed the visitors' book and had their photos taken on a Polaroid.

The dress is available to buy online for £99.95

Holly looks gorgeous in the ultimate princess dress

This Morning, Britain's longest running daytime TV show, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Prince Charles was visiting in his role as patron of The Royal Television Society, which is also marking its milestone 90th anniversary this year. The future King was given the RTS Gold Medal – the society's highest accolade – in recognition of his support.

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