Holly Willoughby delighted fans on Sunday evening as she stepped out in style to present the second week of Dancing on Ice, in a stunning ice blue gown.

The dress, which was created by designer Iris Serban, was crafted from silk chiffon and featuring a draped fitted corset and delicate ruched flower detailing.

According to the designer’s website, the style is named 'Carla' and the fitted bodice is adorned with several painstakingly handmade pleats, while a classic column line is designed to offer a feminine and figure flattering silhouette.

Looking this good does come at a premium however, with Holly’s stylish dress retailing for around £1,366 (€1,560.00).

Despite the hefty price tag, it didn’t stop fans from swooning over the stunning gown, with one fan even likening her to “Cinderella” in the flattering ice blue number.

One follower penned: "Woah!! I love!”

While a second gushed: "Absolutely stunning,”

Meanwhile, a third soon commented: "Can already feel this year's outfits are just gonna keep getting better," with a flame emoji.

Holly often delights fans with her outfits ahead of appearances on This Morning with the star often favouring high street brands over lavish designer pieces in order to help fans at home recreate her looks.

However, for her appearances on Dancing on Ice, Holly has been known to wear everything from chic designer dresses to more budget friendly options – but always manages to look sensational no matter the pricetag.

Just last weekend, she wowed fans in her debut dress for the latest series of Dancing on Ice, with several fans branding her “stunning” as the stepped out in a black sparkling mermaid gown.

The draped rhinestone embellished gown by designer Rasario was part of the brand’s resort 2023 collection and set the star back a hefty £2261 ($2,800).

While Holly is no stranger to presenting duties and has frequently spoken of her love for the ice dancing show, she has previously ruled out ever appearing as a contestant herself.

She said: "I would love to but not on camera! But I would love to, there is no doubt about it, I would be useless, I'm scared of everything.

"If no one was watching then absolutely, Phil has done it before when he hosted with Christine Lampard. "

"He's a step ahead of me, I think he would because he would dedicate himself to it and learn properly whereas I know I'll get the fear!"


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