The pregnant TV presenter was looking as well-dressed as always on Friday, wearing a loose-fitting cream dress and statement accessories
Holly Willoughby, 33, was named the celebrity with the best-dressed baby bump and from photos of the TV presenter at Fearne Cotton’s wedding, it’s easy to see why.
Holly, who’s thought to be in her second trimester, definitely had the pregnancy glow as she attended her friend’s nuptials on Friday.
The blond This Morning co-host opted for a loose-fitting cream dress with embroidery detailing and capped sleeves – making sure she kept cool in the July heat. She added a pop of colour with bright orange accessories, including a pashmina and oversized clutch, and a pair of embellished Jimmy Choo heeled sandals.
Holly attended Fearne’s wedding with her TV producer husband Dan Baldwin, who looked well groomed in a navy summer suit. The couple, who are already parents to Harry, five, and Belle, three, have decided to not find out their third child’s gender until he or she is born.
Meanwhile the bride herself, 32, looked every inch the summer bride in a long white gown with silver sequin detailing around the chest and paired with a matching headband.
The Radio 1 presenter and her now-husband, Ronnie Wood’s son Jesse, have one son, Rex, together, who was born in February 2013.
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