Millie Mackintosh Stuns In Floaty Peach With Pet Pooch At Sunday Strut Launch

Millie Mackintosh has been upstaged by her pet pooch Herby on the regular at public appearances of late, and didn’t hesitate to use him as her key fashion accessory at the launch of the Sunday Strut in London yesterday.

The Made In Chelsea star took the adorable pup to the fashion day where he stole the limelight from his gorgeous owner.

And Millie, who is dating rapper Professor Green, looked stunning in a peach floaty gown which she teamed with a brown tassel bag and matching wedge heels, so it came as a shock when Herby beat her in the style stakes with his black studded collar and lead. Working the autumn/winter 2012 looks already...

The MIC star, who previously dated her co-star Hugo Taylor, has been flaunting Herby all over her Twitter profile, and took him along to the fundraiser as her beau Pro Green attended the second day of V Festival where he revealed he was making some backstage tunes with Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32.

Millie Mackintosh Stuns In Floaty Peach With Pet Pooch At Sunday Strut Launch

Millie Mackintosh stuns in floaty peachy gown for Sunday Strut launch - Wenn

He said: "spat a new verse yesterday with @edsheeran and @wretch32... made me remember how much i love rapping, and miss cyphers!"

Meanwhile, Mills, who is the face of Lipsy London, worked the summer soft pastel trend in her swooshy loose fitting number which she teamed with a silver and gold watch and a chunky gold bracelet, finishing off the look with tousled beach waves and her trademark naturally flawless make-up complete with a flick of winged eyeliner.

Still can't beat Herby's dawg swag, Millie.

Millie Mackintosh stuns in white mini dress with Caggie Dunlop...

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