Holly Willoughby Steps Out In Asos Maternity

Holly Willoughby Steps Out In Asos Maternity

by Rachel Liddle |
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The This Morning presenter may have just announced her pregnancy, but it looks like she's already exploring just what the high street has to offer when it comes to maternity wear

It's only last Friday that Holly Willoughby announced that she is pregnant with her third child. And yesterday she was snapped on her way to film panel quiz show Celebrity Juice wearing an Asos maternity jumper that works three key looks for spring – pastels, embellishment and slouchy knits.

Teaming the jumper with this season's statement pink coat and an on-trend soft grey tote bag , Holly certainly looks as though she's one of the lucky few to get a pregnancy glow. Or she's an expert at faking that healthy mum-to-be look.

The Asos Maternity Long Line Jumper With Necklace Detail worth £45 is currently on sale for £27.

Feeling inspired? Check out these great high street maternity buys that are perfect for spring.

If you've still to perfect your maternity style, read how this writer worked out what to wear in pregnancy and discover your own fashion formula.

Which maternity wear brand do you love? Let us know in the comments box below.

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