This Morning star Holly Willoughby looked as gorgeous as ever in a Seraphine maternity dress on the show this week!
The stylish mum of 2 looked fantastic in our turquoise knot front maternity dress on Thursday’s episode of This Morning. Holly looked ultra stylish and relaxed as she interviewed guests between joking around with co-presenter Phillip Schofield.
The maternity dress she wore is a blue version of the one The Duchess of Cambridge wore in those beautiful first official photographs with Prince George. It’s one of our most popular styles and comes in a variety of colours including vibrant fuchsia, navy blue, purple and green. But we think the blue one was the perfect choice for Holly – it looked stunning with her blonde locks and radiant pregnancy glow.
Holly and her producer husband Dan Baldwin announced that they’re expecting baby number three via Holly’s website saying:
“Surprise Surprise (and it was a surprise!!) I’m really happy and excited to tell you that Dan and I are expecting baby number 3!!
We feel blessed and very lucky to be giving Belle and Harry a little brother or sister later this year. Xxx”
The family has decided not to find out the sex of the baby, so 5 year old Harry and 3 year old Belle will have to wait a while to see whether they’ll have a baby brother or a sister to play with!
Working in the public eye, Holly had to be particularly careful about keeping her pregnancy news under wraps at first, but since the big announcement, she’s been celebrating her blossoming shape in her signature day dresses in bright colours and patterns!
Congratulations Holly, and keep up the sensational style!
P.S. If you’re looking for a book that your little girl will fall in love with, Holly and her sister Kelly have just published the third installment of their fabulous ‘School for Stars‘ series!
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