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She never puts a foot wrong when it comes wowing in the style stakes for ITV's Dancing On Ice.
And Holly Willoughby looked stunning in the white strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and feather detailing by designer Lee Grebenau on Sunday.
The This Morning presenter, 40, posed with her hands on her hips as the gorgeous ethereal gown cascaded onto the floor ahead of the live series 13 final on ITV.
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Holly wore her signature blonde locks in glamorous waves and accessorised with pearl earrings as the skating stars prepared to impress the judges on the ice.
Captioning the picture to her 7.1million Instagram followers, Holly wrote: “Lee Grebenau. Thank you."
And the mum-of-three also revealed a close-up of her make-up for the show which included a champagne gold shimmer eye and a dash of black eyeliner to accentuate her features.
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Finishing her look, Holly wore a rose lipstick and tucked her blonde waves behind her ear to show off her gorgeous earrings by Yoko London.
Holly captioned the Instagram selfie and tagged her team: “Thank you to the whole team for getting through what has been an extraordinarily challenging series and to my glam girls.”
It is not the first time Holly has donned a bridal-inspired outfit after she wore a white, sparkly gown with a boned corset while filming a promo for Dancing On Ice.
The stunning dress had a thin piece of white material draped over one of Holly’s shoulders with a beautiful flowing skirt.
The much-anticipated final will see Faye Brookes, Colin Jackson and Sonny Jay attempt impress the judges to be crowned the skating winner.
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