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Holly Willoughby has channelled Princess Diana as she recreated her iconic 'black sheep' jumper look.
The Princess of Wales wore the famous red, white and black item of clothing, designed by Warm and Wonderful, in June 1981 during a polo match she attended with her husband Prince Charles.
The sweet wool number features a white collar with a black tie around the neck while the main body is covered in a white sheep pattern, with a single black sheep to stand out against the rest.
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Now, This Morning star Holly, who reportedly rakes in £30,000 a week and plans to "have her own TV chat show", has taken to her Instagram feed to share a black and white photo of herself in a replica outfit.
The 39 year old wore the identical looking jumper, which had the same sheep pattern without the white collar.
She captioned it with a sheep emoji and red heart emoji before informing her 6.9million followers that it was gifted by the same company who made the original.
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The similarity didn't go unnoticed by fans as many flocked to the comment section. One person said: "The Diana sweater!!" followed by a celebration hands emoji, sheep emoji and a pink heart emoji.
"Princess Di jumper! You got it!!" another wrote with a red heart emoji and a peace sign emoji.
While a third added: "Omg the famous Diana Sheep jumper!!! It looks just as beautiful on you as it did her," alongside a heart eyes emoji, sheep emoji and crown emoji.
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The designers of the jumper Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne, spoke out about the replica and Princess Diana, whose infamous Panorama interview is being investigated, to People magazine.
They explained: "Diana was the first member of the royal family that we can remember who had any interest in fashion at all.
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"She had a much more adventurous and youthful style than what we were used to in our royalty, and she took an obvious delight in clothes and wore them with terrific style.
"It’s a delight for us to see a new generation enjoying something we made many years ago and adapting it to a new fashion era."
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