Holly Willoughby looks incredible in her Cinderella gown as she reveals being the Disney princess is a 'dream come true'December 12, 2020
HOLLY Willoughby looked incredible as she climbed out of an elegant carriage dressed as Disney's Cinderella.
The This Morning host, 39, transformed into the rags to riches princess for the show's festive panto on Friday.
And she admitted it was a "dream come true" as she shared a previously unseen snap today.
She wrote: "Thank you @danniiwhiteman for creating the glass slippers of joy and @davidobrien75 for being a real life fairy godmother and making my childhood dreams come true with this beautiful gown… final thank you to @vollers_the_corset_company … 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙."
In the pics, Holly beams in the corseted blue gown, wearing a tiara and her golden hair in a middle parting.
She then lifted up the skirt to reveal her sparkling 'glass slippers'.
Lorraine Kelly loved it, writing: "Utterly gorgeous – fairytale princess."
While a fan gushed: ""Thankyou to you!! You and Phil have made this year bareable for me and so many others 💗 thankyou so much for giving me a reason to get out of my bed everyday and a reason to smile ✨."
As another wrote: "Aaah you made a fabulous Cinderella 💗 i LOVED the panto – thanks for perking us all up a treat yesterday 😁😊."
Holly and co-star Phillip Schofield, no strangers to sneakily making crude jokes on the daytime show, really let rip with the double meanings as they staged their first pantomime.
Holly, who at times seemed overwhelmed at dressing up as Cinderella, made jokes about "d**k" and balls during the show.
At one point in the performance, which spanned nearly the entire show, 39-year-old Holly made a rude reference to Dick Whittington.
She shouted: "I've always wanted to say this – brace yourselves. It's 12 o'clock and still no sign of Dick."
Later the presenter remarked that Prince Charming, who was played by I'm A Celebrity star Shane Richie, was "famous for his balls".
The special show saw every one of This Morning's presenters and regular guests turn up in costume – with Alison Hammond kicking things off as the Fairy Godmother.
Other guests on the show included Joanna Lumley, playing the Magic Mirror, and Sheridan Smith as Peter Pan.
However, not everyone was happy with the change from regular service, with some asking where Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes were.
The couple, who host the show on Fridays, were replaced by regular presenters Holly and Phillip for the special show.
However, Eamonn and Ruth did get to appear, albeit briefly, as Father Christmas and his wife Mary.Shortcode
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