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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 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.