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Love Island star Olivia Attwood was spotted turning on the style as she headed to a meeting in Manchester on Thursday.
The blonde beauty, 29, slipped on classy loungewear for her outing consisting of grey flared trousers and a matching long-sleeved jumper top.
Olivia, who was seen getting out of a car, drew attention to her slim figure in her figure-hugging outfit.
The bombshell wore her styled curled locks down and let them cascade over her shoulders.
Her outing was the first time Olivia has been seen since announcing her and fiancé Bradley Dack have had to slam the brakes on their wedding plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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And she recently revealed she is considering pushing back her nuptials to 2022 because she is "losing the whole build-up" to the occasion which is planned for June.
Olivia, who has also starred on The Only Way Is Essex told how the couple have done "everything they can do" in terms of preparations.
She said her wedding planner is currently on furlough and their venue is shut due to lockdown.
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Speaking on Vicky Pattison's The Secret To podcast, Olivia said: "It's a weird one, isn't it? Wedding planning is going well, I've got an amazing wedding planner, we're all systems go… all I can really say now is we're on a pause.
"We've done everything we can do to this point, so the wedding planner is on furlough, the venue is shut, we've kind of reached a point now where there's nothing more we can do, it's kind of a waiting game.
"We've been having the conversation sort of the last couple of weeks on and off, just saying do we pull the plug on this and push it to 2022 or do we keep waiting?
"We've not made a decision so for me to sit here and say we have would be wrong but I'm as the days go on I'm leaning more and more to pushing it because I don't think any of us thought we'd be in this situation again now.
"Jesus, you just don't know. I think even if we could get the wedding over the line in June, with all the legal requirements, it's like I'm losing the whole build up to it."
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