Jenni Falconer flaunts her toned figure in a red summer dress with a plunging corset front as she leaves work after recording her Smooth Radio show
She always looks her best, whether dressing up for work or in gym wear during a jog.
And Jenni Falconer commanded attention as she left the Smooth Radio studios in London on Saturday.
The presenter, 44, put on a stylish display as she flaunted her toned figure in a bright red summer dress with a plunging neckline.
Wow: Jenni Falconer looked fantastic in a red dress with a chic corset style front as she left the Smooth Radio studio in London on Saturday
Jenni wowed in her frock, which boasted a corset detail on the front to emphasise her svelte frame.
She showed off her tanned legs as she made her way along the street and added a pair of sensible nude pumps to her ensemble.
Not forgetting to accessorise, Jenni donned a stylish gold necklace and slung a cream crochet bag over her body as well as holding onto a blue cardigan.
The blonde beauty wore her sleek locks down and added a full face of makeup including a slick of pink lipstick to accentuate her pretty features.
Style: The presenter showed off her tanned legs as she made her way along the street and added a pair of sensible nude pumps to her ensemble
It was recently announced that the health conscious star is the face and voice of newly launched fitness app Start 2 Run.
The app is ideal for people who need help getting started running as well as people who want to up their running mileage or aim for a particular running distance goal.
Users will have Jenni with them for all their training sessions, encouraging and motivating, as well as providing tips and pointers.
Glam: Jenni added a full face of makeup and a slick of pink lipstick to accentuate her pretty features
Looking good: She donned a stylish gold necklace and slung a cream crochet bag over her body as well as holding onto a blue cardigan.
She said of the new role: ‘Start 2 Run is perfect for complete beginners and people who have started running during lockdown and hit the 5K distance.
‘Running has become a lifeline for so many of us – as our daily exercise and a way of getting some fresh air.
‘For many people, building up to a 5K or just beginning to jog short distances has shown the joy of running and this app is the perfect coaching tool to keep you going.’
The presenter is no stranger to keeping active and often shares images and videos of herself working out and staying fit on social media.