Emma Willis is much loved for her down-to-earth personality, and the popular TV presenter proved that she was just like the rest of us by choosing to wear Topshop while presenting Celebrity Big Brother on Tuesday night. Of late, the mother-of-three has become something of a style icon to fans on social media, and just like Holly Willoughby, often takes to her Instagram account before going on television to share with her fans her outfit of the day.
Emma Willis looked fantastic in a white suit as she presented Celebrity Big Brother
Emma's stylish all-white ensemble included a cami top from Topshop – one of the high street brand's staple pieces – which was teamed with a suit from French-based fashion label, Zadig & Voltaire. A pair of nude court shoes from Office and earrings from New York's Maria Tash completed her look. Emma's fans were quick to praise her choice of outfit shortly after she posted a photo of her wearing it. "You look fab, love this look on you," wrote one, while another said: "Love your suit." A third added: "So stylish Emma."
Emma posted a photo of her look on her Instagram account
Beauty-wise, Emma styled her brunette pixie cut in a sleek 'do with a side parting. In terms of make-up, the TV presenter, as ever, looked fabulous with a dramatic smoky eye, which was complemented with a berry lipstick, sweep of bronzer and statement brow.
And while she always looks preened to perfection, Emma also knows not to take herself too seriously. Last month, she had fun playing around with her make-up, which left her husband, Matt Willis,"terrified." The 41-year-old shared a close-up photo of herself, showing half of her face enhanced with heavy eye make-up and a bold pink lipstick and the other half make-up free. "Face off…@mattjwillis is terrified of me right now..," she captioned the image.
Fans found the photo highly amusing, with one joking: "New fashion blogger!" While another added: "This is brilliant!" Others were quick to praise her make-up free face, saying: "One of the very few people to look better without x."