Lizzie Cundy stuns in bright gingham clothes and pink t-shirt as she leaves Talk TV
Lizzie Cundy clearly showed her sincerity when she left Talk TV on Saturday after appearing on the 24/7 news channel.
The media personality, 53, looked stunning in a gingham pink mini skort and a complementary bright pink t-shirt.
Blinking, she clutched a beautifully drawn cartoon artwork of herself as she left.
Lizzie Cundy, 53, stunned in a vibrant gingham dress and pink t-shirt on Saturday night as she left Talk TV with a cartoon portrait of herself
Her shoes feature silver button detailing, while she paired the look with mesh studded heels.
Lizzie’s brown hair is left to fall free in a blow-dry style, as she opts for a pink lip and a solid makeup palette.
Leaving the show late at night, she created a storm with a series of moments outside the London Bridge office.
Double vision: Lightning blinks, she clutches a cartoon drawing of herself as she leaves
Outfit: Her skates featured silver button detailing, while she teamed the look with rhinestones mesh heels
And the star put on a playful display before leaving, as she hopped on her HumanForest e-bike.
She appeared on Talk TV from 10pm, following a segment on GB news earlier in the day.
Adding a coordinated gingham cropped jacket to her ensemble earlier in the day, the beauty shared a quick snap to Instagram ahead of the GB news.
Beauty; Lizzie’s brown hair was left to fall free in a blow-dry style, as she opted for a pink lip and a uniform palette of makeup.
Late-night cardio: And the star put on a playful display before leaving, as she hopped on a HumanForest e-bike
“Saturday News Hour!” Lizzie wrote as she leaned against the news desk before going on air.
And discussing the fight for UK Prime Minister on the show, Lizzie explained that Rishi Sunak ‘will never become Prime Minister’.
“I don’t think people in the country can relate to someone who is married to a female billionaire,” she explained.
Discussion: She appeared on Talk TV from 10pm, following a segment on GB news earlier in the day where she discussed the fight for UK Prime Minister
Time News: ‘Saturday News Hour!’, Lizzie wrote as she leaned against the newspaper desk ahead of the broadcast
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