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Emma Willis rocks a funky space bun hairstyle and sports chic electric blue asymmetric top

She never fails to make a style statement when presenting a myriad of Britain’s most popular programmes. 

And Emma Willis wowed fans when she took to Instagram to post her outfit for the latest episode of Channel 4 reality show The Circle on Friday. 

The presenter, 44, flaunted her toned arms as she posed in a shoulder-baring asymmetric electric blue top.

Stunning: Emma Willis wowed fans when she took to Instagram to post her outfit for the latest episode of Channel 4 reality show The Circle on Friday

Emma grinned from ear to ear as she worked her angles in the chic outfit, while donning a funky variation of the space bun up do. 

Emphasising the flattering neckline of the top, Emma kept her décolletage free of any jewellery.

Instead, she accessorised with a collection of delicate diamond hoops and studs that decorated her ears in several places. 

Fashion forward: The presenter flaunted her toned arms as she posed in a shoulder-baring asymmetric electric blue top

Fashion forward: The presenter flaunted her toned arms as she posed in a shoulder-baring asymmetric electric blue top

Emma’s blue eyes looked mesmerising as she donned a stunning makeup look.  

The presenter wore metallic purple eyeshadow that intensified her piercing gaze and a slight touch of dark liner.

She completed the makeup look with a brush of bronzer and a slick of understated light pink lipstick.

Wow! Emma's blue eyes looked mesmerising as she donned a statement makeup look of metallic purple eyeshadow that intensified her piercing gaze

Wow! Emma’s blue eyes looked mesmerising as she donned a statement makeup look of metallic purple eyeshadow that intensified her piercing gaze

As a fashion forward family, Emma recently admitted she will never stop her son Ace from wearing a pink top and that she just lets the nine-year-old ‘be him’.

She received an outpouring of support from social media users last year after she shared a photo of Ace wearing a pink T-shirt and sporting longer hair.

Speaking in a new interview, Emma insisted that it is important to let children ‘explore’ with colour, clothes and hair.

The Voice UK presenter told The Sun: ‘I think it’s a really individual, personal thing. You know, my son likes what he likes, and far be it for me to stop him expressing himself or experimenting however he likes with clothes.

‘I see it as hair is hair, clothes are clothes and colour is colour. And, you know, if my son wants to wear a pink top, I’m certainly not going to stop him.

‘Let kids explore. Kids love exploring. And they don’t just have to explore in the dirt with worms and spiders, they can explore with colour and clothes and hair. I just let him be him.’

Emma is also mother to Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with husband Matt Willis, with the couple keeping their children’s faces hidden on social media to protect their privacy. 

Snap: Emma received an outpouring of support from social media users last year after she shared a photo of Ace wearing a pink T-shirt and sporting longer hair

Snap: Emma received an outpouring of support from social media users last year after she shared a photo of Ace wearing a pink T-shirt and sporting longer hair 

It comes after the presenter revealed last month that she would never try and ‘suppress’ the way her son Ace dresses as it’s his way of ‘expressing himself’. 

Emma admitted that she was surprised to receive comments saying that a boy shouldn’t wear pink and told Fabulous magazine she is ‘so protective’ of her kids.

She said: ‘Say what you want about me, I’m big enough to take it on the chin. But when you get comments like that regarding your children, it just makes the Hulk want to come out and scream at the world. 

‘I’m so protective of my kids and this was just a young boy expressing himself the way he wants to. I thought: “Did you not watch ’80s dance movies? All the boys wore crop tops and it was cool!”

Important: Speaking in a new interview, Emma insisted that it is important to let children 'explore' with colour, clothes and hair (Emma's three children Isabelle, 11,  Ace, nine, and Trixie, four, pictured)

Important: Speaking in a new interview, Emma insisted that it is important to let children ‘explore’ with colour, clothes and hair (Emma’s three children Isabelle, 11,  Ace, nine, and Trixie, four, pictured)

‘He is very individual, he dresses the way he wants and he’s really happy doing that. Why would I try to suppress that?’ 

The former Big Brother host told how the reaction to the photo of Ace made her think about gender norms, noting she had never given a second thought to the way her son dressed before.

Emma has started following Instagram accounts like @notonlypinkandblue and @lettoysbetoys to ‘educate’ herself on how other people see gender roles in children.

The Voice UK host said Ace gets called a girl ‘quite often’ and it’s ‘obvious’ he does not dress like his other friends, but she loves how unique he is.

The Voice UK presenter told The Sun: 'If my son wants to wear a pink top, I'm certainly not going to stop him.' (Emma pictured in January)

The Voice UK presenter told The Sun: ‘If my son wants to wear a pink top, I’m certainly not going to stop him.’ (Emma pictured in January) 

Emma also noted that the majority of comments on the photo of Ace were positive, but she thinks this may also be a part of the problem.

The star said she wondered why a boy wearing pink was ‘a thing that people wanted to comment on at all’.

Emma noted that none of her children are on social media, but they know she uses it as part of her work.   

Doting parents: Emma is also mother to Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with husband Matt Willis, with the couple keeping their children's faces hidden on social media to protect their privacy (pictured in 2015)

Doting parents: Emma is also mother to Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with husband Matt Willis, with the couple keeping their children’s faces hidden on social media to protect their privacy (pictured in 2015)


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