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Holly Willoughby stuns as she brings her mum along to the Pride Of Britain Awards

Holly Willoughby looked beautiful in a pastel pink dress as she was joined by her adorable mum at the Pride of Britain Awards on Saturday evening

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Pride Of Britain: Holly Willoughby is joined by her mum on the red carper

Holly Willoughby was joined by her adorable mum at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards on Saturday night.

The This Morning presenter looked stunning in a pastel pink off-the-shoulder dress, which hugged her incredible figure. The floor length gown look beautiful on Holly, as she smiled for the cameras on the red carpet.

Holly’s shoulder length blonde hair was styled in an effortless fashion, as she was joined by her mum Linda at the event, which honours the nation’s unsung heroes. Linda looked amazing in a three quarter sleeve dress with stunning detailing, whilst she accessorised with a matching clutch bag.

Holly Willoughby looked beautiful in her pink dress as the Daily Mirror Pride Of Britain Awards

Holly Willoughby posed alongside her mum Linda at the event in London

Holly recently opened up about feeling she had “lost touch with herself”, as she juggled her busy career and family life.

The presenter – who has three kids with her husband Dan Baldwin – said: “The thing is, I am very lucky and I am very blessed. I do have a wonderful family and husband, and work.

“I love my career but sometimes, when you are spinning all of these plates you forget to stop and just be still, and work out who you are in the middle of all of this craziness, and this bit that is going on.

“That is really just what happened, I just lost touch with myself I think.”

Holly Willoughby stunned in the off-the-shoulder dress

Holly looked stunning at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards

She has explained how her life isn’t “problem free”, just like anyone else.

“I have a lovely life. I’m blessed with a husband I love and three healthy children, wonderful friends and family, and a fulfilling career,” she shared in an honest Instagram post.

“Life isn’t problem free for anyone. I have down days, arguments and insecurities, but I know that I am incredibly lucky. But despite all of this I wasn’t present in my life. Something was missing.”

Holly recently opened up about her experiences of mum guilt

Writing in her book, she added: “I wasn’t sad, I wasn’t depressed, it was just a feeling of being a little adrift. Although I wasn’t unhappy, I felt like I was missing out on something”.

Holly struggles with mum guilt, and worries people think she cares about her career more than her family.

“I feel guilty about everything. It’s totally normal. But what I would say is – and this is what I really have to focus on – where’s the guilt coming from?” she said.

“Because I think the problem with working mums is that I’m feeling guilty because I’m not there to drop my kids off in the morning, because I have to go to work.”

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