Holly Willoughby wears yet another spring-perfect dress while talking homeschooling with Duchess of Cambridge

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The Duchess of Cambridge appeared on This Morning to talk about the launch of Hold Still on Thursday morning. (Getty Images)
The Duchess of Cambridge appeared on This Morning to talk about the launch of Hold Still on Thursday morning. (Getty Images)

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On Thursday morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield welcomed a special guest to This Morning.

The Duchess of Cambridge joined the duo via video call to talk about Hold Still, a community photography project in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.

The duchess, who a keen photographer herself, is inviting people from across the UK to submit a photographic portrait taken during the coronavirus outbreak.

Holly, who had championed numerous floral dresses throughout the week, continued the theme with yet another spring-ready print.

The presenter wore a floral lilac dress, which was fittingly by one of the duchesses go-to high street brand, L.K. Bennett.

“I love you are wearing L.K. Bennett when you have the beautiful Duchess on today ❤️ perfect touch” wrote one fan on Instagram.

While numerous others commented: “I love that dress!!”

The frock, which features a vintage archive 1940s design, is currently in the sale down from £350 to a more reasonable £175.

Garland Purple 1940’s Floral Print Silk Dress | £175 (was £350)

The duchess, 38, held a similar summery appearance in a yellow tree print dress by Raey, which is an exclusive brand to Matches Fashion and has already sold out.

The duchess and Holly also spoke about the difficulties of each keeping three children occupied with homeschooling throughout lockdown.

The mum-of-three said: “George gets very upset because he wants to do Charlotte’s projects! Like making spider sandwiches - it’s far cooler than doing literacy work.”

The duchess has since been praise by fans online, saying the insights into her lockdown life were relatable and down to earth.

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