Lizzie Cundy has shared a glam birthday snap after turning 54 years old in style.
On Monday (May 2), the former WAG celebrated her big day with the help of her two children and an entirely pink outfit.
After sharing birthday posts from her celeb pals including Ruth Langsford on Instagram, Lizzie posted a stunning image of herself dresses to the nines.
The reality star looked chic in a pair of pink tweed shorts and a pink blazer, which she paired with diamante silver heels and a pink vest top.
She finished her birthday look with a pair of reflective sunglasses and a golden pendant necklace.
Lizzie wrote in a caption alongside the snap: "Nice birthday balloons! My birthday outfit… pink to make the boys wink!"
In classic Lizzie style, the fun didn't stop there.
Posting to her Instagram stories, the presenter later shared a number of glamorous snaps from her birthday party as she posed alongside a number of birthday-themed balloons and banners.
In another image, she could be seen celebrating her big day with a chocolate Caterpillar cake.
Sharing an image of a birthday hoodie and a card she received which reads "Chin up, tits out, onwards", Lizzie also posed alongside her two sons for a special photo.
In a caption above the sweet pic, Lizzie wrote: "Made my birthday. My boys. My world."
The divorced star shares the children with her former partner and retired professional footballer, Jason Cundy.
While meeting with her sons, Lizzie also changed into another stunning look.
The radio host paraded her ageless beauty in a floral white mini-dress, which she paired with pink house slippers, while holding a bouquet of flowers.
She later received birthday wishes from celeb pals including Anthea Turner and Nancy Sorrell.
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY," Anthea wrote alongside heart emojis, while Nancy replied: "Happy Birthday, Lizzie!"
It comes after Lizzie urged football associations to do more about harassment after the bomb threat aimed at Harry Maguire.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, she said: "It's sadly becoming not so much the beautiful game anymore.
"There should be more done and the management or football clubs need to take more responsibility for the protection of the footballers and the fans."
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