Lizzie Cundy Stuns in Peach Dress on Jeremy Vine Show

Lizzie Cundy Stuns in Peach Dress on Jeremy Vine Show

Lizzie Cundy showed off her incredible figure in a peach midi dress as she appeared on the Jeremy Vine show on Monday. 

The former WAG, who recently celebrated her 56th birthday, looked incredible in the eye-catching number, which featured three-quarter length sleeves. 

The TV personality elevated her frame in a pair of towering gold heels and simply accessorised with a gold bangle. 

Lizzie seemed in good spirits as she flashed her gorgeous smile while posing for Instagram photos outside the studio. 

She wrote alongside the snap: ‘Feeling peachy, standing tall and ready for action! What a show @jeremyvineon5 @stormhuntley… feisty and lively just the way I like it!’ 

Lizzie Cundy showed off her incredible figure in a peach midi dress and gold heels as she appeared on the Jeremy Vine show on Monday

Lizzie Cundy showed off her incredible figure in a peach midi dress and gold heels as she appeared on the Jeremy Vine show on Monday 

The former WAG, 56, stunned as she posed in the studio with TV presenter Storm Huntley, 37,

The former WAG, 56, stunned as she posed in the studio with TV presenter Storm Huntley, 37,

In another picture, Lizzie posed with TV presenter Storm Huntley, 37, who looked stunning in a black long sleeved minidress and heels.

Lizzie is now on good terms with her ex-husband James Cundy; she was married to the former Chelsea and Spurs defender for 18 years and they have two sons together.

Offering her advice for the current breed of WAGs supporting the England squad at the 2024 Euros, she said in a feature with the Mail: ‘I was married to former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur player Jason Cundy for 18 years. 

‘I was the same age as many of the Euro 2024 WAGs when he wooed me in my late teens, and our mutual spilt in 2012 coincided with the point my career eclipsed his (I was savvy enough to get into broadcasting while we were married). 

‘Today I’m an older and — at times — wiser woman of 56. When Jason played for England under-21s, WAG culture wasn’t yet established.  

”Wag’ was something a dog did with its tail. I have since attended many tournaments like the Euros in my own right, as a reporter for ITV. 

‘The match itself is also nerve-wracking for a WAG. They need their other halves to play well — family life is so much easier when they do. Believe me, no one wants an unhappy post-match partner.

‘Thankfully I never had to deal with online trolling, but that’s something the 2024 WAGs now face. 

‘I’d say they should all lock their phones away for the duration of the tournament but, given most are influencers, that advice would surely fall on deaf ears.’ 

Lizzie recently offered her advice for the current breed of WAGs supporting the England squad at the 2024 Euros in a feature for the Mail

Lizzie recently offered her advice for the current breed of WAGs supporting the England squad at the 2024 Euros in a feature for the Mail

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