Holly Willoughby's cosy £29.50 M&S knit jumper is finally online

Holly Willoughby has given fans another glimpse into her upcoming Marks & Spencer collection - as she wraps up in her winter woolies.

The TV star shared a snap of her wearing the Fair Isle Knit jumper in her garden - a photograph that was snapped by her son, Harry.

She captioned the shot, "Baby it’s cold outside... Beautiful fair isle knit, perfect for wrapping up warm...Thank you@marksandspencer #ad#winterwoolies#jumperseason ... Thanks again to my Harry for the photography skills."

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The jumper is finally on sale online - and currently available in two colour ways in all sizes from XS to XL.

VIEW THE JUMPER: Fair Isle Funnel Neck Relaxed Jumper, M&S, £29.50, marksandspencer.com

With the cooler months upon us, Holly delighted fans by officially launching jumper season.

One fan wrote, "Wow you even make knit jumpers look cool Holly."

While another said, "Love that jumper!"

Although Holly is now a household style icon, there was a time she wasn’t interested in fashion.

Speaking to Red, she explained, “For a long time, I was pretty clueless. There’s a picture of me on the red carpet when I first started in TV and I’m wearing a brown belted cord skirt, a brown cord jacket, fishnet tights and a weird round toe shoe. What was I thinking? But I’ve grown to like clothes more the older I’ve got and I now recognise the importance of having key staples that fit well in your wardrobe.”

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