She knows how to strike the right balance between smart and sexy.
And Carol Vorderman looked incredibe as she donned a royal blue pencil skirt during her appearance on This Morning on Friday.
The presenter, 61, slammed the shambolic government following Liz Truss’s resignation as Prime Minister.
Curvy: Carol Vorderman who stunned in a sexy royal blue pencil skirt as she slammed the shambolic government following Liz Truss’s resignation as Prime Minister
Carol shared snaps of her look to her 274,000 followers on Friday afternoon following her appearance on This Morning.
Donning a mauve pink short-sleeved light jumper tucked into her midi-length skirt, her tiny waist was synched in with a statement black buckle belt.
She went for a colour-block look as she slipped her feet into a pair of pale orange court heels, adding some height to her curvy frame.
Her blonde tresses were kept in bouncy curls which fell over her shoulders as she posed for a few pictures.
Stunner: The 61-year-old presenter shared snaps of her look to her 274,000 followers on Friday afternoon following her appearance on This Morning
Criticism: Carol Vorderman has slammed the shambolic government as she said she wants a ‘decent’ Pride of Britain winner to be the next prime minister
Her appearance on Friday morning was a passionate one as she told hosts Dermot and Alison that she wants a ‘decent’ Pride of Britain winner to be the next Prime Minister.
The presenter launched an attack on the government and former prime minister Liz Truss as she called for ‘kind’ and ‘brave’ people in the House of Parliament.
She went on to discuss the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, which celebrates ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Poser: Donning a mauve pink short-sleeved light jumper tucked into her midi-length skirt, her tiny waist was synched in with a statement black buckle belt
Carol said she wants one of the ‘decent’ Pride of Britain winners to be the next prime minister, following Truss’ resignation after a disastrous 44 days at the top.
Speaking of the winners, she said: ‘These people are all about decency, about goodness, about kindness, and about bravery and courage.
‘I wish some of them were running the country to be perfectly honest or had some major part in it – that’s what we need in the House of Parliament at the moment.’
Her comments come after Liz Truss became the shortest serving prime minister in British history.
Fuming: The presenter, 61, appeared on This Morning and launched an attack on the government and former prime minister Liz Truss as she called for ‘kind’ people in Parliament
She announced her resignation outside Number 10 Downing Street at 1.30pm on Thursday after a disastrous 44 days at the top.
Her time serving as prime minister was a long way behind the next shortest premiership, that of Tory statesman George Canning, who spent 118 full days as PM in 1827 before dying in office from ill health.
Between her and her handpicked Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng, they crashed the economy, devalued the pound and sent mortgage rates soaring.
Amid the Tory leadership race, Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and Penny Mordaunt look best-placed to hit the high threshold of 100 nominations from politicians required to feature on the ballot.
Mr Johnson is believed to be flying back early from a family holiday in the Dominican Republic and is said to be ‘taking soundings’ on whether to stand again for the Tory leadership after the humiliating resignation of Truss.
New faces: Carol said she wants one of the ‘decent’ Pride of Britain winners to be the next prime minister, following Truss’ resignation after a disastrous 44 days at the top
It has prompted fears of a wave of resignations among Tory MPs should Mr Johnson – who was forced out amid a series of scandals only six weeks ago – win a second spell as the party’s leader.
Carol’s call for a Pride of Britain winner to be the next prime minister comes after the list of winners were revealed ahead of the awards’ broadcast on October 27 at 8pm.
Co-hosted by Carol and Ashley Banjo, the awards will feature extraordinary stories of bravery, selflessness and phenomenal fundraising feats.
Winners include Lucy Montgomery, 15, who saved the lives of a young boy and her father before coming close to being swept to her death in a river and three fathers who raised more than £880,000 for charity after losing their daughters to suicide.
Shortest serving prime minister ever: Truss announced her resignation outside Number 10 Downing Street at 1.30pm on Thursday after a disastrous 44 days at the top
Jill Allen-King, 82, secured the lifetime achievement gong for her work as a pioneering activist who has campaigned for blind and partially sighted people.
Elizabeth Soffe, eight, won the child of courage award after raising £202,000 for the hospital that saved her life after a horrific cot fire.
The This Morning emergency services award went to PC James Willetts and PC Leon Mittoo while Tobias Weller, 11, won the GMB young fundraiser of the year gong.
England’s European Champions The Lionesses also secured a special award for giving a whole generation new role models in women’s football.
More than 150 of our biggest stars will come together to celebrate the nation’s unsung heroes. The biggest national awards event of its kind,
This year’s Pride of Britain Awards will feature celebrities and public figures including Idris Elba, Michael Sheen, Anna Friel, Frank and Christine Lampard, Dame Joan Collins, Olly Murs and Dame Kelly Holmes, among others.
Carol said: ‘Pride of Britain is all about the winners. We have so many nominations, and our team and judges work incredibly hard to make sure we are celebrating the most extraordinary people. Meeting them is the absolute highlight of my year.’
While co-host Ashley added: ‘It is always such a humbling experience to meet the Pride of Britain winners. They make you feel good about the world we live in and inspire you to think how you can help to make it a better place.’
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV and ITV Hub.
Watch the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards with TSB on Thursday 27th October, ITV, 8pm.
Awards: Co-hosted by Carol and Ashley Banjo, the Pride of Britain will feature extraordinary stories of bravery, selflessness and phenomenal fundraising feats