HOLLY Willoughby stunned her followers in £340 dress as she celebrated her last day on This Morning before her summer break.
The blonde beauty wowed in the pink off-the-shoulder frock with pleats, teaming the look with stilletto sandals.
Holly, 41, shared her Friday look on Instagram and penned: “Morning Friday… today we take our artwork off the wall and clear out the lockers before we breakup for summer…
“lots of fun to be had befor we go… see you on @thismorning at 10am… #hwstyle💁🏼♀️✨ 👗 @mrselfportrait”
One fan replied: “You look stunning in that Holly, absolutely gorgeous xx”
Though not everyone was happy with the price tag, as one moaned: “What a dress…shame it’s unaffordable..gutted. you look stunning.”
Her stunning gingham dress is from Self-Portrait and doesn’t come cheap at £340.
ITV presenters Holly and Phillip Schofield are taking their summer break from This Morning from today and will be replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary throughout August.
As one of the country’s most in-demand presenters, Holly has a heavy workload, including hosting ITV’s Dancing On Ice.
But she admits all the time away from husband Dan Baldwin, 47, and kids Harry, 13, Belle, 11, and eight-year-old Chester has left her with “mum guilt” at times.
She said: “I worry about what people think, and for a long time I adapted the way I behaved to limit the guilt that I felt.”
Being a hugely popular face on telly has also come with pressure on her appearance. To retain her fresh-faced look, Holly said she gets a monthly “collagen wave” facial to keep her skin looking youthful.
The treatment uses radio frequencies to tighten tissue and can cost up to £550 a time.
And she hasn’t ruled out getting cosmetic procedures as she grows older.
She said last year: “I probably will indulge in a few I’m reserving the right to decide how I feel about that when I get there.”
Holly is also a fan of alternative therapies, which include a quartz charm she wears while presenting This Morning.
She also admitted that she puts a crystal under the pillow of her son Chester to ward off nightmares.
On the website of her wellness company Wylde Moon, she told how she healed herself through alternative therapies.
She was introduced to them after meeting a kinesiologist someone who studies the movement of the human body in Australia while filming I’m A Celebrity in 2018.
On her website she said: “I really started to unlock pieces of myself and when I came back to England, I knew that I didn’t want to stop everything I had learnt.
“Now I have things in my own hypothetical toolkit, such as meditation and sound baths, that really work for me.”