By Lisa Mcloughlin For Mailonline
Published: 18:33 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 18:36 GMT, 2 December 2019
It's one of the biggest fashion nights of the year, where the red carpet is full of supermodels, style icons and designers making a sartorial statement.
And Holly Willoughby made sure she led the glamour as she joined pregnant Millie Mackintosh at the star-studded British fashion Awards 2019 in partnership with Swarovski at the historic Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London, on Monday night.
This Morning presenter Holly looked sensational in a purple and blue floral midi dress, which boasted ruching across the shoulders and torso.
fashion: Holly Willoughby (L) made sure she led the glamour as she joined pregnant Millie Mackintosh at the star-studded British fashion Awards 2019 in partnership with Swarovski at the historic Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London, on Monday night
The 38-year-old TV darling teamed the look with a pair of nude sandals and a bold red lip while her trademark blonde locks were worked into a tousled wave.
Meanwhile, pregnant Millie 30, looked radiant as she donned a mint green Emilia Wickstead midi dress as she walked up the dramatic red carpet for a night celebrating fashion.
The fashionista, who was catapulted into the limelight on E4 series Made In Chelsea, accentuated her growing bump in the balloon sleeved look and complemented it with a pair of statement black stillettos with a metallic accent across the foot.
Continuing her style statement, she worked her brunette coif off her face into a sleek look and teamed her ensemble with a pair of diamond and green stoned drop-earrings.
Millie confirmed in recent weeks she is expecting a girl due in May 2020 with husband Hugo Taylor and said last month that she was craving 'beige food' throughout her first trimester and was missing exercise.
She said: 'I'm starting to miss exercise. Normally I would do five sessions of weight training a week and HIIT (high intensity interval training) classes. But in the first 12 weeks, I've been told to keep to gentle exercise like walking or swimming.
'You have to listen to your body. At six weeks, all I wanted to eat was beige food. The nausea made me crave toast and pasta.
'I've enjoyed it, but now I'm craving fruit and vegetables so I've gone back to