Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were absent from our screens last week as the pair embarked on their October half term break from presenting ITV's This Morning.
Instead we were kept in the safe and funny hands of Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary who held down fort.
Stepping back in front of the cameras on Monday morning, Holly made sure to dress to impress in a gorgeous outfit.
The 40 year old kick started a new week on the show by opting for a stunning green leather skirt from Monsoon and paired it with a black silk shirt from Jigsaw.
The chic outfit was finished off with her go-to Gianvito Rossi black court heels.
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The mum-of-three glowed on set as she appeared fresh faced with her signature wave hairstyle.
As usual, Holly took to her Instagram ahead of the show to share a preview of her glam look before the shows air time at 10am.
The stunning snap was captioned with: "Morning Monday… we are back today… can’t wait to see you Today on @thismorning we talk to @sarah_snook about her iconic role of Shiv Roy in @succession … can’t wait!!!! See you at 10am…"
Get Holly's look
Black silk shirt, Jigsaw, £125 here
Green leather-look skirt, Monsoon, £60 here
Black court heels, Gianvito Rossi, £530 here
It seems we weren't the only fans of Holly's look as fans flooded the comment section of the post with compliments.
One user commented with: "Looking beautiful this morning"
Whilst other's followed with: "Gorgeous as ever" and "Truly beautiful!"
Taking to her new websites Instagram account recently, Holly admitted to how much she relies and leans on her stylist Danielle for her expertise.
"I would be lost without Danielle. For me, her true power lies in her attention to detail. I always feel safe in her hands as she knows how to dress women to look good in real life, not just in a captured image,"she said
"Danielle is an unflappable calm in any situation, always there with a needle and thread to protect my modesty from the red light’s prying eye."
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