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These 17-month-old triplets get their wardrobe inspiration from Holly Willoughby… and they are adorable

HOLLY Willoughby has an army of fashion fans, but these 17-month-old triplets may be her youngest imitators yet. Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, has been dressing her toddlers Amelie, Maya-Albertine and Et…

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HOLLY Willoughby has an army of fashion fans, but these 17-month-old triplets may be her youngest imitators yet.

Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, has been dressing her toddlers Amelie, Maya-Albertine and Etta in copycat versions of the 37-year-old’s outfits every day for two weeks.

 These adorable triplets have been channelling Holly Willoughby with their OOTD postsInstagram / Caters News Agency These adorable triplets have been channelling Holly Willoughby with their OOTD posts  Their mum Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, posts a picture of their stylish outfits every dayInstagram / Caters News Agency Their mum Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, posts a picture of their stylish outfits every day

The mum-of-four decided to start posting ‘today’s look’ pics after seeing how successful Holly’s OOTD Instagram photos are, when uploaded just before she goes live on This Morning every day.

She dresses her girls in matching outfits, inspired by the fashionable TV presenter – who’s styled by celeb favourite Angie Smith.

Full-time mum Rebecca, who spent £60,000 on IVF to conceive her girls, said: “We love Holly Willoughby and after seeing her ‘today’s look’ posts on Instagram, I decided to create my own daily posts.

“The triplets love dressing up and after deciding to call our daily style ‘triple the look,’ I began posting adorable images every day.

 Amelie, Maya-Albertine and Etta were born after their parents spent £60k on IVFInstagram / Caters News Agency Amelie, Maya-Albertine and Etta were born after their parents spent £60k on IVF  Rebecca calls their daily pics 'triple the look'Instagram / Caters News Agency Rebecca calls their daily pics ‘triple the look’  She tries to post them at 10.30am, the same time the This Morning host appears on TVInstagram / Caters News Agency She tries to post them at 10.30am, the same time the This Morning host appears on TV  Holly has an army of fashion fans, but these girls may be her youngest yetInstagram / Caters News Agency Holly has an army of fashion fans, but these girls may be her youngest yet

“I tend to post them at the same time as Holly at 10.30am, it’s all just for a bit of fun really but if it can put a smile on people’s faces then it’s worthwhile.

“I always make sure the girls are wearing the same and I’ll often ask son, Felix, four, to play peek-a-boo behind the camera so they stay still.

“Unlike Holly I post the triplets fashion styles every day including the weekends.

“If it’s a rainy day I will try and make sure they are wearing colourful clothes to brighten the mood of our followers.

“I have been doing our ‘triple the look’ every day now for the past two weeks and I can’t see myself stopping anytime soon.

“It’s lovely being able to dress the girls the same as I see it as a celebration of their identity as triplets, they are such little miracles.”

 The girls are just 17 months old and have a four-year-old brother called Felix, pictured rightWENN.com / Caters News Agency The girls are just 17 months old and have a four-year-old brother called Felix, pictured right  The girls channel Wonder Women like in Holly's Halloween outfitInstagram / Caters News Agency The girls channel Wonder Women like in Holly’s Halloween outfit

The triplets were born on October 2016, after Rebecca and David, 49, spent a decade struggling to start their own family.

Blogger Rebecca said: “We waited 10 years for our dream family and after spending £60,000 it finally became a reality.

“I’d been told by doctors that I had a low egg count but after seven years of trying IVF all over the world, I ended up falling pregnant naturally with Felix.

“It then took over three years to then fall pregnant with the triplets in April 2016 after more IVF.

“I had to give birth to the triplets at 29 weeks as it was the only way to save my life.

“Thankfully after weeks in hospital both myself and the girls, Etta, Amelia, and Maya-Abertine were allowed home.

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WHETHER it’s the eye-catching sparkles or bold colours, Poppy Lissiman’s collection of shades are sure to turn heads.

We love, want, need every pair of these statement sunnies!

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How To Look Like Spice Girl Mel C, 44, Who Is Far From Sporty In This Pretty Floral Flock

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BACK in the ‘90s, Mel C was never seen in anything other than her infamous sporty attire.

But since then, the singer has spiced up her life – or at least, her wardrobe.

Rex Features Mel C, 44, is far from sporty in this pretty floral flock

The star opted for a beautiful Rixo London dress and simple accessories for her latest outfit choice – and she looks stunning.

Here, Fabulous’ fashion team give their verdict on her updated look…

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Spring To It With The Latest Colourful Trends And Simple Designs For Your Nails

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GET ready for spring with these colourful designs for your fingertips.

We share advice for how to achieve these Instagram-ready looks and where to get the supplies.

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Stuart Francis We went for a mix of leaves and petals to brighten up this sophisticated, floral design

Naked nail art (that’s a design on a bare tip, FYI) was the order of the day at Creatures of Comfort’s S/S ‘18 show and we loved the graphic leaves on nude bases giving just a hint of colour to a plain nail tip.

Inspired by spring blooms, we went for a mix of leaves and petals to brighten up this sophisticated, floral design.

“To prevent the nail looking dull, apply a base coat with a slight sheen – French manicure polishes work well – then allow nails to dry fully,” says manicurist Emily Nachshon.

“Then, instead of battling with a thick ‘in the bottle’ brush, pour a small amount of polish on to a plastic lid and apply with a thin nail art striping brush.”

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WHAT WE USED:

Kure Bazaar French Nude Nail Polish, £15 Jessica Prime 2017 Nail Polish Collection in Yellow, £11 Sally Hansen Color Therapy in Bamboost, £8.99 The Edge Nails Nail Art Long Bristle Striping Brush, £3.90 Pearl power

Stuart Francis Wow your friends on Instagram with this classic nail varnish

Pearlescent finishes used to be reserved for your gran, but they’re making a comeback in a big way. Not only do they dry quickly because of the pigments, but they hide any lumps and bumps so they’re a good option if you’ve recently ditched the falsies for an au naturel look.

“Pearl finishes can emphasise dry, chapped cuticles, so the key is to keep your nail beds looking super-healthy,” says Emily.

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“Cuticle oil is your BFF, and when it comes to application, more is more. I tell clients to keep a bottle by their bed, one on their desk at work, and one in their handbag and apply as many times as possible.”

Oil is not only great for dry or chapped skin around the bed, it’ll make your nails stronger, too.

WHAT WE USED:

CND SolarOil Cuticle Oil, £12.95 Mavala Nail Polish Blush Collection in Athens, £5.20 Spot on

Stuart Francis If hearts and line designs still feel a step too far for your wobbly hands then try simple multicoloured spots

The move away from full-on Monet designs to simple doodle-like drawings is set to continue as minimal nail art was seen all over S/S 18’s catwalks.

If hearts and line designs still feel a step too far for your wobbly hands then try simple multicoloured spots.

Emily says: “Using a dotting tool eliminates all the skill involved. Simply dab the rounded edge into the brush to pick up the polish and dot on to the nail.”

To really show off the design, keep the base colour neutral.

WHAT WE USED:

YSL La Laque Couture in 22 Beige, £20 Dior Vernis Lacquer in Dior Fever, £21 Orly Epix Flexible Colour in Put The Top Down, £15.90 Seventeen Gel Colour in Mint Bon Bon, £3.99 H&M Nail Polish in White, £3.99 Essential Nails Nail Dotting Tool, £2.50 Technicolor dreamboat

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This season’s catwalks were awash with bold, punchy tips. So it’s time get colourful – why have one shade when you can wear five?

“Don’t get wrapped up in creating uniform stripes,” Emily advises.

“Go freehand and mix up the patterns.” Choose intense polishes that offer enough coverage in one coat to prevent the varnish looking too thick.

“It’s best to paint a stripe of each colour on all of the nails, allow to dry then paint the next shade, building up the pattern as you go. This will stop the colours bleeding.”

WHAT WE USED:

Barry M Nail Paint in Raspberry, £2.99 Nails Inc Gel Effect Nail Polish in Baker Street, £15 Kiko Nail Lacquer in Yellow, £1 Essie Spring 2018 in At The Helm, £7.99 OPI Lisbon 2018 Nail Polish Collection in Closer Than You Might Belem, £12.95 All that glitters

Stuart Francis Get ready for festival season with this simple glittery style

Who says glitter is just for Christmas? The sparse splattering of shimmer, as seen at Anna Sui, proves that the festivities can continue all the way through the year.

But you do need to keep it light and use sparingly to avoid a Christmas cracker finish.

“Never apply glitter directly to the nail. Not only will it be harder to remove, but it can cause damage to the top layer. To be safe I always apply two layers of base coat,” says Emily.

“This will protect the nail from the flecks and make removing it so much easier.”

Still struggling to get rid of those pesky sparkles?

Switch your cotton wool for a pair of old tights and voilà! Easy removal in an instant.

WHAT WE USED:

Butter London Nail Foundation Priming Basecoat, £15 Rimmel London Glitter Top Coat in Bling On The Glitter, £3.99

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