Holly Willoughby looked on incredible Tuesday night as she showed off her sense of style in a stunning lilac dress which skimmed the floor.
The gorgeous frock featured a bandeau style corset which cinched in her waist and highlighted her incredible figure as she made an appearance on the red carpet at the National Television Awards 2023.
The 42-year-old took to the red carpet solo as her former co-presenter Phillip Schofield sensationally quit his role on This Morning earlier this year.
The stunning attire designed by Suzanne Nevill London saw Holly put her incredible physique on display as she posed for photos ahead of the big event.
The blonde beauty looked ethereal in the figure-hugging dress which featured a long train.
Holly put on a brave face despite the ITV favourite getting booed when she took to the stage at the award ceremony last year.
The presenting duo attended the awards show on (October 13), where This Morning was named Best Daytime Show.
When she took to the stage alongside her former co-star Phillip the pair were met with faint boos by the audience.
It comes after the presenting duo sparked outrage amid claims the pair had skipped the queue when they went to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II at her lying in state in September 2022.
When taking to the stage, neither addressed the controversy, but Phil said the award means “so much to us every year, especially this year”.
He added: “Please don’t think we ever get complacent and please don’t think we ever take it for granted. This means so much to us every year, especially this year. We have the best boss.”
Holly’s appearance at this year’s NTAs comes in the wake of the Phillip scandal which has plagued This Morning after the longstanding presenter, who quit ITV altogether in May, admitted to an “unwise but not illegal affair” with a much younger colleague.
The 62-year-old has since unfollowed Holly on Instagram ahead of the ceremony but still follows her sister Kelly and at the time of writing Holly still follows Phillip on Instagram.
Holly and Phil had been among the regular nominees for best presenters until the long-running scandal, which has also seen staff on the show raise allegations of a “toxic” working environment and alleged bullying.
However, Holly has not been nominated this year and instead her co-star Alison Hammond has been nominated for best presenter.
The nomination is expected to break Ant and Dec’s 21-year winning streak.
The National Television Awards airs tonight on ITVX at 8pm.