The mum-of-three wore a bright sunny yellow £295 tea dress from L.K. Bennett.
The beautiful bow patterned dress is available in bright blue as well.
She paired the classic dress with her signature Gianvito Rossi heels that retail for £510.
Holly took to Instagram before the award winning ITV show began to share a picture of her outfit with her 5.2 million followers.
Clearly getting into the spirit of Shrove Tuesday Holly captioned the picture “happy pancake day”.
Holly can occasionally face criticism from fans on her outfit choices, with followers disliking her colour combinations or expensive outfits.
However, today her followers loved her yellow dress with one Instagram user commenting “such a lovely look for spring”.
Holly is styled by Angie Smith who also styles fellow This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes and spice girl Emma Bunton.
On yesterday’s edition of the award winning ITV show, Holly wowed in a colour block outfit.
Whilst usually one to stick to a muted colour palette Holly has decided to inject some colour into her wardrobe for This Morning this week.
The mum-of-three wore a £125 bright blue jumper from Pure collection, that comes in a selection of colours.
She paired the bright jumper with an equally bright green skirt from John Lewis and Partners, that her followers can buy for £69.
She finished her look with £119 white court shoes from Kurt Geiger.
Holly is an avid user of social media, often sharing updates of her life and behind the scenes pictures to her 5.2 million Instagram followers.
Yesterday Holly took to her Instagram stories to share with fans that she was getting a facial.
Looking fresh faced and glowing the blonde presenter beamed at the camera and wrote on the picture in bright pink font “facial time” and “gifted”.
New legislation now means that influencers and celebrities have to caption when a service or product they are using is a gift or an advertisement.
Holly’s glowing facial was clearly a gift from the facialist Clare Marie Peters, who Holly also tagged in the post.
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