Jeeves to the Rescue: The story of Holly’s Dress
Back in January, the annual National Television Awards took place in London. The night was as eventful as ever with no shortage of the kind of celebrity, gossip and the usual frolics we have come to expect from the glittering award show. In fact 2016’s NTA’s couldn’t have shone brighter for the stars of ITV’s This Morning, as they picked up the Award for ‘Best Live Magazine Show’.
This being the sixth accolade to make the This Morning mantle didn’t make a world of difference to just how much the presenters celebrated at 2016’s win. In fact, Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield celebrated so notoriously hard at this year’s event they presented the following morning’s show still dressed and awake from the night before - having never made it home at all!
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Clearly worse for wear and rather flustered at the predicament they found themselves in, the pair embraced their public hangovers professionally. You could have called it the most famous and public walk of shame there ever was! Holly stated that she was hiding mint sauce stains with a cushion... stains that she had managed to get all over the beautiful, pure white Suzanne Neville dress she had worn to the awards, after playing Pie Face at Ant McPartlin’s house into the early hours of dawn!
Here at Jeeves we know just how much a big night out can take its toll on our finest apparel. This is why, when the dress finally made it home, we naturally took on the responsibility to return the fabulous Suzanne Neville gown back to its former glory. Proudly the gown now gleams like new again. In fact, nobody would have known anything about the mint sauce and piccalilli situation if Holly had made an attempt to pop home first!
With Jeeves you can let your hair down AND wear the finest labels, safe in the knowledge that our expertise will be able to be able to sort out any mishaps that may occur along the way.