The TV presenter took to Instagram to question the success of the Time's Up movement
The 36-year-old who is mum to Harry, seven, Belle, five and Chester, two, revealed in a rare interview about her family life that far from setting out to climb the career ladder, parenthood was always her biggest goal. The ‘This Morning’ presenter, who recently celebrated her 36th birthday in a cottage with family, also opened up about the work/life juggle and how she finds a balance between her busy career and home life.
10 years ago, the National Television Awards red carpet looked very different. Sure, today’s fan favourites such as Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton, Jenna Coleman, Tess Daly and Amanda Holden were all present – but rocking very different looks to the ones they wear today. No surprise there; we all had a different sense of style a decade ago. From Holly’s quiff and bow belt to Sinatta’s lurex dress and Katherine Kelly’s dramatic backless gown, here’s what the celebrities wore to the awards show in 2007.
Last night, Britain’s most famous television stars donned their finest apparel and headed to London’s Dorchester Hotel for the annual TV Choice Awards. Favourite look? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
Viewers were quick to point out the difference between Holly’s face and neck on the show yesterday. [Photo: Instagram/Holly Willoughby]
The Duchess of Cambridge and Holly Willoughby met for the first time last night, but we’re hoping this signals the start of a beautiful friendship. With a wardrobe packed with the likes of Hobbs, Whistles, Erdem, Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana and Jenny Packham (to name a few), it’s always exciting when the Duchess of Cambridge steps out in a label that we aren’t familiar with – and quickly puts it on the map. The 33-year-old attended the 2015 Fostering Excellence Awards last night, wearing a royal blue midi dress by Saloni – a London-based label launched in 2007 by India-born designer Saloni Lodha.