Carol Vorderman, 58, makes VERY cheeky joke while posing in a cockpit

Carol Vorderman, 58, dons a sharp pilot uniform as she makes a VERY cheeky joke while posing in a cockpit at RIAT 2019

She has previously revealed that was unable to join the RAF during her university days because they didn’t accept girls at the time. 

But Carol Vorderman, 58, was certainly dressed the part as she attended The Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford, Gloucestershire on Friday. 

Clearly enjoying her time at the event, the former Countdown star couldn’t resist making a very cheeky joke as she posed in a cockpit. 

Air she is! Carol Vorderman, 58, was certainly dressed the part as she attended The Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford, Gloucestershire on Friday

Carol looked absolutely sensational as she donned a sharp RAF officers No. 1 uniform, complete with a fitted blazer and skirt.  

The TV presenter strutted along in a pair of classic black heels as she strutted along while her companion shielded her from the rain with an umbrella. 

The day before Carol documented her day at the convention on Twitter and uploaded a snap of her sitting comfortable in a Generation Tempest aircraft. 

‘I do love a cockpit’: Clearly enjoying her time at the event, the former Countdown star couldn’t resist making a very cheeky joke

She hilariously captioned the snap: ‘I do love a cockpit #Pilot…..sitting in one of the concept #GenerationTempest models at ⁦@airtattoo @BAESystemsAir @RollsRoyce @Leonardo_live #TopGun.’

⁩⁦Carol has previously discussed how she was left disappointed when she couldn’t join the RAF during her university days.

She said: ‘I wanted to join up as a fighter pilot when I was in my teens. I went to Cambridge University and I did an engineering degree.

Dressing the part: Carol looked absolutely sensational as she donned a sharp RAF officers No. 1 uniform, complete with a fitted blazer and skirt

‘But I wasn’t allowed to join the university squadron because I was a girl, back in the seventies. But I don’t bemoan this fact.

‘My daughter went to Cambridge University and she was allowed to join up.

‘She was in her squadron for four years. It’s a celebration for me that things have changed so much.’

⁩⁦’I wasn’t allowed because I was a girl’: Carol has previously discussed how she was left disappointed when she couldn’t join the RAF during her university days

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