HOLLY Willoughby showed how much her style has changed in 15 years of NTA outfits ahead of this year’s ceremony tonight.
The This Morning presenter wowed fans with her incredible throwback collage on Instagram.
The mum-of-three captioned the shot on Instagram: “Awww thanks @thismorning for this #NTA rewind … only years missing were when I’d just had my babies!!!! Nearly a decade and a half of frocks… mad how much we change… The voting is still open to vote for your favourite shows @dancingonice @thismorning and me! “
Holly showed off her voluptuous figure in 2005, back where she used to present children’s TV show CD:UK, looking foxy in a corset dress that showed off her impressive cleavage.
Back in 2006, which was her first year presenting Dancing on Ice with Phillip Schofield, she opted for a slick black satin halterneck dress at the awards.
Holly had fun with her 2007 look in a cute grey dress with a pencil skirt.
She brought the glam in 2008 in her silver and gold strapless gown.
In 2010, a year after she joined Phillip on the sofa to present This Morning, she looked demure in a classic black dress.
It was back to black in 2011, where the glowing star cradled her pregnant bump in a floaty black gown.
She played it safe in black from 2013 to 2014 where she showed off her changing figure in some stunning floorlength dresses.
Then came the pop of colour in 2015 when she wore a chic baby pink sleeveless gown.
She came ready to party in 2017 wearing a stunning sleeved blush pink gown that was slashed down the front to reveal her cleavage.
Holly looked bright and bubbly in a blue and white stripped dress in 2018.
She channelled her inner princess for last year’s outfit which was a pink and black polka dot dress.
She sent her fans into overdrive with her fashion throwbacks.
One wrote: “You haven’t aged a bit since 2005. All the best!”
Another wrote: “2017 my favourite dress.”
A third chirped in: “Must say 2018 [was] absolutely the most beautiful.”
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