Zoe Hardman puts on a leggy display in a chic beige smock dress and wedge heels as she strolls to work at Heart RadioBy
Zoe Hardman puts on a leggy display in a chic beige smock dress and wedge heels as she strolls to work at Heart Radio
She’s been presenting her Feel Good Weekend show throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
And Zoe Hardman appeared to be in good spirits as she arrived for work at Heart Radio in London on Sunday.
The mother-of-two, 37, looked sensational as she flaunted her toned and tanned legs in a chic beige smock dress during her stroll to the studio.
Wow! Zoe Hardman, 37, looked sensational as she flaunted her toned and tanned legs in a chic beige smock dress during her stroll to the Heart Radio studio in London on Sunday
Zoe added some extra height to her frame by donning a pair of platform wedge shoes with a leather top and strap around the ankle.
She accessorised her stylish look with a cream cross-body bag and a selection of pretty jewellery including hoop earrings and a large bangle.
The presenter wore her caramel tresses down and slightly curled for her show, letting her locks sit gently on her shoulders.
To complete her chic look, the beauty added a full face of makeup including a slick of blusher and a shimmering pink lipstick.
Looking good: The presenter wore her caramel tresses down and slightly curled for her show, letting her locks sit gently on her shoulders
Style: Zoe accessorised her look with a cream cross-body bag and lots of pretty jewellery including hoop earrings and a large bangle
Zoe has been spending the coronavirus lockdown with her rugby star husband Paul Doran-Jones and their two children, Luna, three, and Kit, two.
The star, who went through a gruelling 19-hour birth and a forceps delivery without any effective pain relief with Luna, recently discussed her second birthing experience.
‘The first time around I was a smug pregnant lady saying ‘this is easy’, until the birth,’ Zoe told HELLO!, ‘But second time around my pregnancy was so rough… The hypnobirthing sessions really reset me.
‘I came back from my class and said to Dozza (her nickname for Paul) “I feel like I’m getting there, this is going to be a new birth, a new baby” and I was really calm going into it this time.’
Off to work: She appeared to be in good spirits as she sipped on a hot drink and made her way to the studio for her Feel Good Weekend show
‘I had an epidural and I called it at the right moment, I wasn’t too late like the last time round. And by about five past midnight Kit was born.’
The honey-blonde beauty previously appeared on Sky Sunrise with Kit, admitting the first few weeks as a mum with a newborn were ‘terrifying’.
She said: ‘It’s a terrifying time. You’re growing a human for nearly ten months and then you leave the hospital and you have a stranger in your own home that you’re supposed to be bonding with and breastfeeding.
‘You can feel very isolated, very lonely and the tears come. It’s really important to talk because we all need a big hug and to know the end is in sight.’