By Laura Cox for the Daily Mail. If Fern Britton is looking just the tiniest bit pleased with herself, who could blame her? After all, just a few months ago, this rather unforgiving skintight mini dress would have been an unflattering no-no in her fiftysomething wardrobe.
The presenter showed off a very youthful style in a tanned top and tiny shorts, going make-up free as she soaks up the sun. Fern Britton might be well known for her glamorous outfits on air, but the star must have been feeling nostalgic this week because she got in touch with her younger self, and flashed her bra to the world in a see-through top. The year-old went make-up free on a day out in Truro, Cornwall, opting for a Havana top and brown sandals - accessorising with a brown tasseled bag.
FERN Britton has shared the harrowing details of a horrendous encounter in a lift. Legendary TV presenter, Fern Britton, has broken her silence on the sickening assault, which took place at Television South during the 80s and 90s. The distressing incident happened after the former This Morning star interviewed the male for a celebrity segment.
The presenter was talking about a short documentary, which focuses on her trip to Jerusalem, when Eamonn Holmes asked to see the tattoo she had inked while she was filming. She was more than happy to oblige and showcased the small, discreet cross that she had on the inside of her wrist. But Ruth Langsford was quick to note that it wasn't Fern's only inking as she enquired about other designs she had chosen.
InBritton participated in Strictly Come Dancingwhere she was paired with professional dancer Artem Chigvintsev. Since she has also published a number of bestselling novels and books of short stories and non-fiction. After working with The Cambridge Theatre Company, Britton began her broadcasting career in March in Plymouth working for Westward Televisionthe then-incumbent ITV regional company, as a continuity announcer and newsreader on the nightly local bulletin Westward Diary.
The TV presenter was on the verge of dying from sepsis — blood poisoning — when Geraldine Tasker came to the rescue. The former This Morning and Ready, Steady, Cook star returned to Stoke Mandeville hospital in Buckinghamshire two years after doctors discovered a life-threatening abscess. The five-part documentary series, called Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of The NHS, celebrates the doctors, the nurses and the unsung heroes working in our health service.
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Afterwards she got the small tattoo saying: "Pilgrims from years used to get it as a sort of passport stamp. Eamonn then asked if she had any other tattoos and she swiftly jumped up off the sofa and unbuttoned her trousers to flash the rather intimate inking at Ruth. Her husband Phil Vickery couldn't believe his wife's antics and put his head in his hands over in the kitchen.