Canadian TV host Cheryl Hickey is 'stunning' in Indigenous designer's floral dress

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While hosting "ET Canada," Cheryl Hickey wore a dress created by Lesley Hampton, who "Vogue" named as a top Canadian designer to watch. (Photo via @cherylhickey on Instagram)

Cheryl Hickey is showing her support for Indigenous creatives.

On Wednesday, the "ET Canada" host took to Instagram to share a set of photos where she poses against a wall while wearing a cranberry red, floral long-sleeve mini dress by Indigenous fashion designer Lesley Hampton. Hickey paired the piece with nude, strappy open-toe high heels.

"Wearing [Lesley Hampton] again on [ET Canada]. So grateful for all the fashion over the years. Looking forward to all the fashion ahead. Thanks, [Alicia McNamara] for introducing us to Lesley, and to [Maria Chowdhery] for keeping the fashion connection blooming," she captioned the post for her 92,000 followers.

Hickey's photos were quickly met with applause for her "stunning" look and for supporting an Indigenous designer.

"You look stunning! And I love to see that you're supporting Indigenous brands and giving them some exposure," one Instagram user commented, while another wrote, "You look fabulous as always!"

"Legs for days!" someone else chimed in.

One fan wrote: "Love, love, love this dress," while another commented, "You look absolutely amazing!"

"Love the dress," echoed another.

"Ma'am! You're absolutely killin' it," one person penned.

Earlier this month, Hickey garnered more praise after sharing a candid and inspirational message and video with fans about motherhood and learning to embrace her inner child in an effort to be more present with her daughter.

The clip shows the television personality and her daughter clapping hands, while the text: "Wellness Wednesday: Have dessert first. Do the dance 60 times because they want it right. Eat on the floor because a picnic that is not a picnic is fun and they will remember more than a perfect table. Snuggle longer. Be the last to let go. Get your hair wet when you go swimming because that signifies you were really down for fun. Dance because they will remember it," appeared on the screen.

"Wellness can mean many things," she captioned the video. "Like, stop trying to be perfect. They won’t remember perfect, but they will remember you having fun and being really there."

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