Its time for Royal Ascot and we know that means that everyone is getting their glad rags on.
This Morning star Holly Willoughb y is a style icon and loves to share snaps of her glamourous attire.
Today she was looking very pretty in pink on the second day of Ascot as she rocked a stunning skin tight dress.
The mother-of-three, 41, accessorised the gorgeous dress with a matching pink handbag and a gorgeous pink hat with flowers on the inside.
She kept her make-up nice and simple, with a burst of candyfloss pink gloss on her lips.
She partnered the outfit with a pair of nude heels.
Hopefully the races has cheered Holly up after she was left less than impressed with the contents of a Blue Peter time capsule from more than 40 years ago.
Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield opened the box, which was buried on the BBC show in 1981, earlier this week.
The pair had been excitedly chatting about what was in the capsule as they spoke with Blue Peter legend Sarah Greene.
However, they were left sorely disappointed, with Holly saying: "Did one of the Blue Peter dogs put something inside?"
The trio had expected to find clips and a script from the old show, but instead were met with a brown, sludgy mess.
The box was opened by a specialist as Holly said: "Go for it, let's see what happens. I feel like metal's going to fly off and a spider's going to come out of there."
The presenters then started laughing after realising what was in the time capsule.
Sarah tried to cover the contents and said: "I don't think you need to see."
Holly held her hand over her nose and mouth because of the smell, whilst Phil went in for a closer look.
Later on in the show, it was revealed what had happened to the box.
The metal lining had corroded and attacked the contents, however they did manage to rescue some crisp wrappers and sweet wrappers from the day it was buried.
There was also a disc of a recording of the original Blue Peter theme tune, but it is unlikely to be playable.
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