Holly Willoughby even looks stylish doing the big shop as she heads to M&S in a denim dress – The Sun
Holly Willoughby even looks stylish doing the big shop as she headed to M&S in a denim dress.
The TV star showed off her slender legs in the chic outfit and proved she's just like the rest of us when she queued to get in to the superstore.
Holly, 39, wore the frock flattered her famous hour-glass curves and kept her warm thanks to its long puff sleeves.
The This Morning star scraped her hair into a ponytail and slung a bag over one arm as she gracefully stepped out of her car.
Clutching her keys, phone, and a bag for life Holly stood in line, keeping a safe two-metre distance from her fellow shoppers.
Despite working for M&S as a brand ambassador Holly wasn't given special treatment and took her place in the queue with her trolley.
The star later emerged with piles of bags with food for her family, including husband Dan Baldwin and kids Harry, Chester, and Belle.
Her trip comes after she presented This Morning last week with Phillip Schofield and interviewed a 'mermaid whisperer'.
Holly struggled not to laugh when the woman who speaks to mermaids tried to teach her how to meditate during the bizarre chat.
Karen Kay, from Cornwall, and her mermaid friend Moontail appeared on the show to tell viewers that mermaids are real and are loving life in lockdown.
Naughty Phil could hear Holly laughing and kept opening his eyes during Karen's meditation lesson.
And cheeky Holly interrupted Karen, asking her: "Can you speak to them now? How are they in lockdown is there anything they'd like to say?"
Karen replied: "I'm trying to hear them but it's not easy, I can't speak to them right this minute because we've got the (noise of the) sea and the ocean in the background.
"They are definitely there, and they are aware of this happening."
Speaking about the mermaids in lockdown, Karen added: "They're happy because there has been less activity on the oceans. There has been sea life coming back to life like sea horses, and coral reef.
"The mermaids are guardians of the oceans so they're super happy about this."
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