The telly presenter and the Made In Chelsea star looked like long lost friends during the meet-up
The golden girl of UK television might not be so picture perfect after all (she is, we've all seen her) after she was spotted smoking a cigarette of all things whilst out on a dinner date with Made In Chelsea's Francis Boulle. The couple weren't on a date or anything, what with Holly being married and Francis being celibate (as you do), but just enjoying the lovely English weather and a nice glass of vino at a London restaurant.
The This Morning co-host has admitted her adoration for the mind-numbing 'fake-reality' show and also shared her love of Boulle, her favourite character on the hit E4 series. The presenter was treated to a surprise meet and greet with her telly hero by her This Morning team, with Holly Tweeting an almost decipherable message showing just how excited she was by the whole occasion. She wrote, Believe! It's happened... me and Francis Boulle xxx."
The super fan was only treated to the impromptu meeting, but was given the ultimate fan-gift when Boulle offered to take her around town and to one of London's swankiest eateries. The two sat outside drinking wine - white for Holly and red for Francis (just so you remember when you next have them around for tea) - and smoked a few fags whilst they talked about who knows what. Maybe they were planning a guest appearance for Holly on the show, or something exciting.
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