Lizzie Cundy nails daytime glamour in a plunging wrap dress as she heads out on ...

Lizzie Cundy nails daytime glamour in a plunging wrap dress as she heads out on a date

By Rianne Addo For Mailonline

Published: 14:44 BST, 15 September 2020 | Updated: 14:53 BST, 15 September 2020

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She's been making the most of the Indian summer like the rest of the nation.

And Lizzie Cundy headed out in style as she left her country house in Hampshire for a date on Tuesday afternoon.

The media personality, 52, caught the eye for all the right reasons as she stunned in a chic wrap dress, complete with a plunging neckline.

Working it: Lizzie Cundy headed out in style as she left her country house in Hampshire for a date on Tuesday afternoon

In her element: She's been making the most of the Indian summer like the rest of the nation

Working it: Lizzie Cundy headed out in style as she left her country house in Hampshire for a date on Tuesday afternoon

Turning heads, the former WAG's ensemble drew attention to her cleavage and lean legs, which she topped up in the sun.

The This Morning star upped the style ante in nude strappy heels, while shielding her eyes in mirrored, cat-eye shades.

With her locks styled into bouncy waves, the former grid girl accentuated her youthful complexion with neutral-toned make-up. 

Radiant: The media personality, 52, caught the eye for all the right reasons as she stunned in a chic wrap dress, complete with a plunging neckline

Radiant: The media personality, 52, caught the eye for all the right reasons as she stunned in a chic wrap dress, complete with a plunging neckline

Turning heads: The former WAG's ensemble drew attention to her cleavage and lean legs, which she topped up in the sun

Standing tall: The This Morning star upped the style ante in nude strappy heels, while shielding her eyes in mirrored, cat-eye shades

Turning heads: The former WAG's ensemble drew

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