She always makes a style statement when presenting many of Britain’s most popular programs.
And Emma Willis stunned fans when she posted her outfit on Instagram for the latest episode of the reality show The Circle on Channel 4 on Friday.
The presenter, 44, showed off her muscular arms as she posed in an asymmetrical, electric blue top that exposed her shoulders.
Stunning: Emma Willis stunned fans when she posted her outfit on Instagram for the latest episode of Channel 4’s reality show The Circle on Friday
Emma grinned from ear to ear as she worked her corners in the chic outfit, while having a funky variation of the space bun up do.
Emma emphasized the top’s flattering neckline and kept her cleavage free from jewelry.
Instead, she featured a collection of delicate diamond hoops and studs adorning her ears in various places.
Fashion forward: the presenter showed off her tight arms as she posed in an asymmetrical electric blue top that exposed her shoulders
Emma’s blue eyes looked enchanting as she pulled off a stunning makeup look.
The presenter wore a metallic purple eyeshadow that enhanced her penetrating look and a hint of dark liner.
She completed the makeup look with a bronzer brush and a smooth, understated pale pink lipstick.
Wow! Emma’s blue eyes looked enchanting as she donned a bold metallic purple eyeshadow makeup look that intensified her piercing look
As a fashion-conscious family, Emma recently admitted that she will never stop her son Ace from wearing a pink top and that she will just ‘let the nine-year-old be him.
She gained support from social media users last year after sharing a photo of Ace wearing a pink T-shirt and wearing longer hair.
In a new interview, Emma emphasized the importance of allowing children to ‘discover’ with color, clothing and hair.
The Voice UK presenter said The sun: ‘I think it’s a very individual, personal thing. You know, my son likes what he likes, and it’s far from me to avoid expressing or experimenting with clothes the way he likes.
‘I see it as hair is hair, clothing is clothing and color is color. And you know, if my son wants to wear a pink top, I’m definitely not going to stop him.
Let children discover. Children love to explore. And they don’t just have to explore in the mud with worms and spiders, they can explore with color and clothes and hair. I’ll just let him be him. ‘
Emma is also a mother to Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with husband Matt Willis, with the couple hiding their children’s faces on social media to protect their privacy.
Snap: Emma got support from social media users last year after sharing a photo of Ace wearing a pink T-shirt and wearing longer hair
It comes after the presenter revealed last month that she would never try to ‘suppress’ the way her son Ace dresses as it is his way of ‘expressing himself’.
Emma admitted she was surprised to receive comments saying a boy shouldn’t wear pink and said so Fantastic magazine she is ‘so protective’ of her children.
She said, ‘Say what you want from me, I’m big enough to take it on the chin. But when you get comments like that about your kids, it just makes the Hulk want to come out and scream at the world.
‘I protect my children like this and this was just a young boy expressing himself the way he wants to. I thought, “Didn’t you watch 80s dance movies? All the guys were wearing crop tops and it was cool!”
Important: In a new interview, Emma stressed the importance of making children ‘discover’ with color, clothing and hair (Emma’s three children Isabelle, 11, Ace, nine, and Trixie, four, in the photo)
‘He is very individual, he dresses the way he likes and he likes to do that very much. Why would I try to suppress that? ‘
The former Big Brother presenter shared how the reaction to Ace’s photo made her think about gender norms, noting that she had never thought about the way her son dressed before.
Emma has started following Instagram accounts like @notonlypinkandblue and @lettoysbetoys to ‘educate’ herself about how other people view gender roles in children.
The Voice UK host said Ace is called a girl ‘quite often’ and it’s ‘obvious’ he doesn’t dress like his other friends, but she loves how unique he is.
The presenter of The Voice UK told The Sun: “If my son wants to wear a pink top, I’m definitely not going to stop him.” (Emma pictured in January)
Emma also noted that most of the responses to Ace’s photo were positive, but she thinks this could be part of the problem as well.
The star said she wondered why a boy wearing pink was “ something people wanted to comment on at all. ”
Emma noted that none of her kids are on social media, but they know she uses it as part of her job.
Loving Parents: Emma is also mom to Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with husband Matt Willis, with the couple hiding their children’s faces on social media to protect their privacy (pictured in 2015)