‘St. Nickerless is definitely coming!’ Lizzie Cundy sets pulses racing as she dons white lace lingerie while posing for sizzling snap
She often turns heads in her daring ensembles.
And Lizzie Cundy set pulses racing once more as she posed for a sizzling lingerie snap she shared to Instagram on Thursday.
The media personality, 53, displayed her jaw-dropping figure as she posed in a white lace two-piece with a floral detail.
Wow: Lizzie Cundy set pulses racing once more as she posed for a sizzling lingerie snap she shared to Instagram on Thursday
Displaying her sun-kissed glow, the TV star let her honey blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.
Fixing the camera with a sultry stare, Lizzie looked incredible as she posed in front of a window.
Alongside the snap, she wrote: ‘St Nickerless is definitely coming !! Some lace undies ! Love an early Christmas present’.
The outing comes after the star tore her faux-leather trousers in a potentially embarrassing area last month.
Sizzling: The media personality, 53, often turns heads in her daring ensembles
The TV and radio presenter was left red-faced after the outer-seam of her black fitted trousers tore across the bottom, fully exposing her lacy sheer underwear.
Sharing the awkward moment with Instagram followers, Lizzie revealed a large, inconvenient rip on her backside, but failed to disclose if the accident happened during one of her many public appearances.
Captioning the image, she wrote: ‘Ever have one of those days? Gulp… got a needle and thread anyone?’
Lizzie recently took to social media to ask her followers if they thought it was right that she was wolf-whistled when out.
‘Is it right for girls to be wolf-whistled ?? My debate on @talkradiouk this evening with the amazing @tvkev . What’s your thoughts ? [sic] And thanks for the pink underwear @victoriassecret #radio #debate #underwear,’ she penned.
Oh dear: It comes after Lizzie’s day hit rock bottom this month after she tore her faux-leather trousers in a potentially embarrassing area
Her followers flocked to the comments section, with one writing: ‘I posted out this last week actually.
‘I actually don’t mind, I’m more concerned for when the time comes and I don’t get a second glance from builders or a wolf whistle ! I don’t mind attention me,’ followed by a laughing emoji.
Another chimed in: ‘I love being wolf-whistled. Where can we watch the debate Lizzie?’
One admirer wrote: ‘Well I would certainly give you one!’ attaching a heart-eyed emoji.
However, one user highlighted a different side to the argument.
They wrote: ‘No not really I think it’s a little disrespectful just how I’ve been brought up.’