Alex Jones just wore the prettiest top we've ever seen - and it's a Topshop bargain

The One Show host looks blooming lovely in high street find

Laura Sutcliffe

Alex Jones appeared on the Lorraine Show with Christine Lampard on Thursday to talk about her new book Winging It. The stunning mother-of-one looked incredible as she discussed her new project on its publication day - wearing a red floral ruffle top which retails for just £32 from high street mecca Topshop. The pretty design was the perfect item for spring as it was sleeveless and was light enough to wear on warmer days. It had a pie crust neckline which was trimmed with lace, which gave it a Victorian feel and the rose print gave it a feminine stance. She teamed it with a pair of form-fitting cropped jeans which tied up with yarn at the waist and funky wedge heels. The 41-year-old had her hair styled in a bouncy blow dry, with natural toned makeup, complete with a flawless base and she finished off the look with a rose-hued blush and bright pink lipstick.

Alex Jones looks incredible in springtime outfit 

Ahead of the show, Alex dazzled fans as she shared a makeup-free selfie with her fans on her Instagram account. Daring to bare her natural complexion, she wrote: "It's the big day and typically I've had no sleep! Hope the team @Lorraine have a truckload of make up!"

Alex's top is £32 from Topshop

During her interview with 39-year-old Christine (who she replaced on the One Show in 2010) she expressed how challenging she found it returning to work after she had her son Teddy.

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She said: "I think women find it hard to be able to admit that they want to go back to work and that they are going to go back a bit earlier than everyone thinks is acceptable. It's ok to say I like my job and I want to continue doing it while I’m a mother." 

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She added: "You've worked very hard to get where you are. Anyone who respects their job, they are scared about someone stepping in and doing it better. It is a worry."

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