After she talked about the Queen’s Jubilee for most of Loose Women today Carol Vorderman stepped out of the studio in head to toe in patriotic colours as she honoured the Queen’s Jubilee in her own way, today.
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She tweeted about the shoes saying:
How cool are my Union Jack shoes? “Very”? X
Wow we love them Carol no dout people will be going mad to buy them as also Alexandra Burke also wore them on the show earlier on in the wee;!
Loose Woman Carol Vorderman was spotted out having some dinner with Racing Entrepreneur Jonathan Palmer.
She looked stunning like noraml in a black dress with a balck belt showing off her curves!
The TV presenter was in high spirits as she attended 34 restaurant in London last night with racing entrepreneur Jonathan Palmer but it is doubtful she filled up on a big meal as Carol sported a tight cinch belt to highlight her hourglass shape.
Miss Vorderman dressed up for the evening in a cleavage-baring Roland Mouret dress and heels and despite the cold London weather, didn’t feel the need to wear the coat she was carrying.
We love Carol so much she always looks amazing.
Shes been famous for over 30 years now and she looks as good as ever!
In the Countdown stars interview with Piers Morgan she broke down when Richard Whiteley was talked about.
The maths whiz worked with Mr Whiteley on the Channel 4 programme for 23-years since its inception in 1983.
Richard died in 2005 from complications after having heart surgery, aged 61.
‘It still hurts very much. I loved him, I really loved him.
‘He was more than just nice, he was funny, funny, funny. Every time we were in studio together I would cry laughing.
‘He was just a joy to be with and I loved him. Not in that way, just a genuine, pure thing.’
Also in the interview she talked about the moment she found out about Whiteley’s death:
He’d gone in for a heart operation and I spoke to Kathy immediately afterwards and it was the first bit of good news we’d had…that the surgeon thought the operation had gone very well and hadn’t taken as long as they’d thought.
‘And that was the first time in six weeks that I thought there was anything to feel joyous about.
‘Then the next day I didn’t hear anything. I was at somebody’s house and I was shaking with nerves and I was just worried about him.
‘And then I was at home and the kids had gone to bed and then Claire [Pizey, Countdown executive producer] rang to say.’
Carol is currently on the panel on ITV`S Loose Women.