Holly Willoughby has said it is “mad” how much she has changed as she looked back on her dresses at the NTAs over the past 15 years.
The 38-year-old presenter first attended the National Television Awards ceremony back in 2005 when she was a co-host of ITV Saturday morning kids show CD:UK. She wore a black dress with a fitted lace bustier to show-off her curves.
Willoughby has attended the awards almost every year since, except in 2009 when her first child was born and in 2015, shortly after the birth of her third child.
She became co-host of This Morning in 2009 and the ITV daytime show has won the NTA in its nominated category every year ever since.
Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has said he is boycotting the award ceremony tonight and will not attend, as he is sick of losing out to Willoughby and Phillip Schofield every year.
Over the years Willoughby has become a fashion icon. She currently has her own clothing range Holly Loves at highstreet chain Marks and Spencer and she shares the details of the outfits she wears on This Morning everyday with her 6.1 million Instagram followers - often sparking a sell-out.
This Morning has won the NTA in its nominated category every year for the last nine years.
David Walliams will host the National Television Awards from The O2 London on January 28, airing live on ITV at 7.30am tonight.
Here is a look in detail at Willoughby’s NTAs style since 2005.