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.

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?