Holly Willoughby shows off her amazing legs as she leaves a club at 3am after celebrating pal’s birthday

Holly Willoughby shows off her amazing legs as she leaves a club at 3am after celebrating pal’s birthday

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HOLLY Willoughby showed off her incredible legs as she left posh London club Annabel’s at 3am after a millionaire pal’s birthday.

The 38-year-old This Morning star wore a tiny black minidress with a navy blue jacket draped over her shoulders as she stepped onto the street clutching her phone.

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Holly looked elegant as she left Annabel’s on Saturday night[/caption]

Still sporting a tan from her family holiday to Portugal last month, the presenter walked past a smartly-dressed doorman as she left the venue.

Also spilling out of the fancy club were I’m A Celeb winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo and Holly’s Celebrity Juice co-star Leigh Francis.

They were joined at the party by Spice Girl Emma Bunton and her boyfriend Jade Jones.

The stars were out in London on Saturday celebrating multi-millionaire businessman Ben Caring’s 40th birthday.

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The presenter looked glam even at 3am[/caption]

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She smiled as she was ushered out of the posh club[/caption]

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The star looked straight ahead in a black minidress and heels[/caption]

Ben’s dad Richard, 71, is worth £650million and owns The Ivy restaurant chain as well as Soho House and – handily – Annabel’s.

Toff, in a salmon-coloured outfit, was wrapped up warm in an elegant coat and a top with a wrap-around neck design.

Meanwhile, 42-year-old Emma wore a black dress with a black and red bow around her neck, and black heels as she clung to her fiance.


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