Holly Willoughby nailed for spring dressing on Monday when she presented This Morning in a gorgeous candy-colored floral dress.
The TV star, 40, looked gorgeous in the ankle-length gown, with flowy ruffles and sweet three-quarter sleeves.
With her bright blonde locks falling in loose waves above her shoulders, Holly paired her bold dress with chic brown heels and a smudge of pink lipstick when lockdown measures were relaxed in the UK for the first time in months.
Lovely: Holly Willoughby, 40, nailed spring dressing on Monday, when she presented This Morning in a gorgeous candy-colored floral dress
She then joined co-host Phillip Schofield, 58, and Secretary of Health Matt Hancock, 42, outside the London studio, with temperatures hitting 20 degrees in the capital on Monday.
The trio was served brunch by TV chef James Martin, 48.
During his performance, the health secretary offered hope for vacations abroad, insisting that these “maybe” could take place this summer.
He said ‘the door isn’t closed’ for international travel in the coming months, suggesting it will depend on evidence about the effectiveness of vaccines on variants.
‘Maybe [holidays], I don’t rule that out. The door isn’t closed, it’s just too early to say, but what we can say with confidence is that the release house is on track, ” he told Holly and Phillip.
To keep out the cold, Holly bundled herself under a playful lilac camel coat.
The doting mum also showed off her beautiful looks on Instagram alongside an optimistic message about the gradual relaxation of lockdown restrictions in the UK.
The former Celebrity Juice host wrote: ‘Morning Monday … today we are slowly starting to unlock … every little change in the rules, which slowly brings us back to the normalcy of seeing loved ones feels sooooo good! Enjoy your day … hope the sun shines on you. ‘
Holly’s seasonal glamor comes a week after she revealed that interacting with other parents in ‘mother groups’ was one of the ‘most important’ things that helped her as a new mom.
Spring Hues: The TV star looked stunning in the ankle-length gown, with floating fringe detailing and sweet three-quarter sleeves (pictured with co-host Phillip Schofield)
Cozy: Keeping the cold at bay, Holly bundled up under a playful lilac camel coat as she went through the show’s schedule
Pretty in Lilac: With her bright blonde locks falling in loose waves above her shoulders, Holly paired her show-stop dress with chic brown heels and a smudge of pink lipstick
She said it was important to make the effort to go to events with other families for her baby’s ‘socialization’.
During a discussion about the ongoing lockdown restrictions across the country and the impact on new parents on Tuesday morning, she admitted it was okay because it “ got her out of the house. ”
She said, ‘I remember being a new mom, one of the most important things was socializing the baby, going to mom groups, whatever it was, music stuff.
Tasty: Holly joined co-host Phillip Schofield and Secretary of Health Matt Hancock outside the London studio, where they were served brunch by TV chef James Martin
Positive: The doting mom also showed off her beautiful looks on Instagram, alongside an optimistic message about the gradual relaxation of lockdown restrictions (pictured Monday)
“That would be good for me because it would take me out of the house, but it would also be nice for the children to be able to socialize.”
Holly is the mother of her three children, Harry, 11, Belle, nine and six-year-old Chester, whom she shares with husband Dan Baldwin, 46.
The TV favorite chooses not to show the faces of her children on social media, but has posted a nice photo with her daughter Belle this year on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
She posted a touching photo to Instagram of the mother of three hugging her daughter and captioned the photo: ‘There’s a magic in her … there’s a magic in all women …
‘A wild and strong magic … you can feel it … # internationalwomensday [sic]
Earlier this month, Holly spoke about how she never shows her kids online because then they become “ for consumption for everyone. ”
During a discussion about Meghan Markle, she said, ‘I choose not to show my kids’ faces because I know that’s the deal. If you show one photo, they are out there!
‘They are for consumption for everyone! That’s why I choose not to. ‘
Holly told fans on Monday: ‘Morning Monday … today we are slowly starting to unlock … slowly returning to the normalcy of seeing loved ones’ (pictured today while filming outdoor scenes)