Holly Willoughby enjoys the snow in a stunning selfie

Naomi Gordon
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Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images

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Holly Willoughby shared a pretty selfie of herself covered in snowflakes on Instagram as she enjoyed the snow on Sunday.

The This Morning presenter referenced Disney's Frozen in her caption, writing: "You wanna build a snowman?"

"Yesss!! Gorgeous shot x," Mollie King replied.

"There she is!" Rochelle Humes added.

Holly was also back presenting Dancing on Ice on Sunday night (24th January), and posted a photo of herself backstage in her gorgeous white gown.

The star wore an off-the-shoulder white bridal gown embellished with feathers, which she informed followers was from British Bridal brand Halfpenny.

"Week 2 @dancingonice ... Baby it's cold outside but things are heating up on the ice... @itv 6pm... Dress by @halfpennylondon Jewelry by @yokolondonpearls shoes by @sophiawebster," Holly added in her caption.

Kate Halfpenny also reposted the picture of Holly in the gown on Instagram, and revealed that the bespoke dress was a two-piece, and that it was embellished with "handmade, silk organza flowers to the corset to make it extra dreamy and couture like".

She added: "The bodice is made on a stretch base with layers of silk organza on top. The flowers on the cups and on the drape sleeves are actually made from the off-cuts we have left over from making the Riri skirt which she wore on the show the last time.

"We take all the extra off-cuts and send them to my mother who is an embroider and seamstress, and she hand cuts the petals and creates each individual flower. I love the idea that the flowers on Holly’s bodice have a history, they’ve completed a beautiful cycle."


Sunday night's Dancing on Ice saw Myleene Klass become the first celebrity to be eliminated from the show.

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