Holly Willoughby is ever the lady at Downton Abbey in £299 Whistles dress
On today’s edition of ITV’s This Morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield relocated to Highclere Castle to film a special episode of the award winning show. The presenting duo were at the country house in Hampshire to film This Morning in the iconic house that is the shooting location for the ITV show Downton Abbey. Holly took to Instagram before the show began to share a picture of her and Phil outside the iconic house. Holly looked elegant and regal in a cream and floral dress and a burgundy coat.
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Holly’s ladylike dress is from British High Street retailer Whistles.
The silk ruffle floral dress is available for £299.
Holly’s warm coat is from Jigsaw and is available for £350.
As well as coming in a plum rose colour, it is also available in navy and camel.
Holly completed her look with a jewelled hair slide and nude court heels.
Holly is a great supporter of many charities and will often share causes close to her heart on social media.
After a busy morning presenting Holly took to Instagram to share behind the scenes of her helping at the GFI charity day, which is a charity that supports seriously ill children and their families.
Holly was pictured in a navy and beige check suit answering phones and beaming.
Holly’s smart suit is from the brand The Fold, which is focused on dressing modern professional women.
Her jacket is available for £325 and her culotte trousers for £185.
On yesterday’s episode of This Morning, the mum-of-three opted for a head to toe dark ensemble.
Both her top and trousers are available from high end department store Fenwick, which stocks a range of designers from Marc Jacobs to Diane Von Furstenburg.
Holly’s short sleeve frill top is available at Fenwick for £250, as part of the See By Chloe range.
Her black pleat front trousers are also See By Chloe and cost £235.
She completed the look with black court heels.
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