She recently claimed she is now getting ‘more work’ since revealing her real age.
And after coming clean, Lizzie Cundy appeared to have a spring in her step as she exited TalkRadio on Saturday in
The TV personality, 50, flaunted her toned figure in a black lace bodycon dress, which highlighted her slender waist and cleavage as she posed up a storm.
Stunning: Lizzie Cundy appeared to have a spring in her step as she exited TalkRadio on Saturday in London
Getting into the festive spirit, the former WAG accessorised with a spectacular Santa’s hat while donning edgy ankle boots.
Her brunette tresses were styled in soft waves, parted in the middle while her pretty features were enhanced with smoky shadow, liner and a rose pink gloss.
Lizzie appeared in high spirits as she made her way out into the capital, having appeared on TalkRadio’s Christmas special.
Beauty: Getting into the festive spirit, the former WAG accessorised with a spectacular Santa’s hat
Her appearance comes after the star revealed she has been getting more work after telling the truth about her real age.
Lizzie, who always insisted she was 47, revealed she is actually 50 when she came clean earlier this year on ITV’s My Shirley Valentine Summer where she celebrated the milestone birthday on camera.
Speaking on Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine Show, Lizzie revealed she’d been told she was too old to be a TV presenter and so started to say she was younger to find more work.
However, since coming clean she claims she’s landed more TV gigs than ever.
Leggy: The TV personality, 50, flaunted her toned figure in a black lace bodycon dress, which highlighted her slender waist and cleavage as she posed up a storm
The former WAG, who was previously married to retired Chelsea star Jason Cundy, said she ‘hated’ lying about her age, but was previously told by an unnamed media mogul that she was ‘too old’ to find work – prompting her decision to have three years from her real age.
Discussing her decision to tell the truth about her age, Lizzie revealed: ‘The reason why I did it was to work. When I was presenting I was doing a big red carpet show and a big media mogul said to me, “You’re too old, unless you say you’re a lot younger, the younger generation and celebrities won’t relate with you.”
‘Since I’ve revealed my age, I haven’t stopped working, every day I have so much work. I wish I had done it earlier, to be honest.’