This 3-year-old Instagram star recreates Holly Willoughby’s outfits and it’s adorable

Holly Willoughby is a national style icon; whatever she wears, chances are it will sell out, and quickly. However, we’ve never seen anyone steal her style quite as adorably as three-year-old Hollie, who has already amassed 6,000 followers on Instagram for her incredible array of clothing, including homages to the TV star.

The pint-sized fashionista, who live in Dublin and blogs (with the guidance of her mum Pamela) under the name @along_came_hollie on the social media site, has copied several of Holly’s chicest outfits down to the very last detail, and the result is almost too cute for words.

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Swipe through the outfits in the post above and you’ll see Hollie wearing Holly’s high-necked blouse with a bow, her red jumper with ruffles and even a leopard print skirt.

Commenters on her posts can’t contain themselves at the sight of her Holly-esque poses, with one exclaiming: ‘Awh shes so so beautiful!! This is the cutest thing.’

Others even called for Hollie’s wardrobe to be featured on This Morning with her inspiration – although it’s yet to be confirmed if Holly (not Hollie – yes, this is getting confusing) has spotted her mini-me online.

However, Holly Willoughby isn’t little Hollie’s only inspiration – she’s also imitated looks from a number of fashion bloggers, as well as stars like Stacey Solomon and Ellen De Generes in the past.

Speaking to the Scottish Sun, Hollie’s mum Pamela said began life as a Facebook page which she created as a business venture shortly after her daughter was born.

‘When I first had Hollie I found it very difficult to get her headbands or hats to match her outfits, so I decided to start making them myself,’ she explained.

‘After a while, people started asking me to make clothes for them, so I set up a Facebook page for the products. I would model the accessories on Hollie, and that’s where it all took off.’

Pamela adds that Hollie ‘absolutely loves shopping’ and that her favourite shop is ‘Penneys [the Irish equivalent of Primark] Hun!’

Anyone else got a touch of mini wardrobe envy?