GMB’s Lucy Verasamy dazzles fans as she rocks skintight jeans in stunning snap

Good Morning Britain's bombshell Lucy Verasamy earned herself a few flame emojis for her latest sizzling Instagram post.

The stunning 40-year-old meteorologist is proving to be quite the style icon as she battles all kinds of weather while touring the UK.

For her latest scorching display, the weather girl showcased her killer curves as she slipped into a skintight pair of black denim jeans.

The ITV explorer teamed her bottoms with a loosely fitted burgundy jumper.

Ensuring she was prepared for rain and sunshine, she rocked a cute pair of frog green wellington boots.

Her shoulder-length jet black locks were groomed into chic and on-trend brushed out curls.

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Standing in a spring green field which continued for miles in the distance, the ITV beauty struck up a modest pose for the camera.

It appears Lucy had dug out her favourite image from a few weeks back, as she admitted to her 152,000 fans it wasn't a recent pic.

She said: "Big skies and burgundy jumpers from a few weeks ago #scotland."

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The post lands as Lucy continues to discover some of the UK's hidden gems while working in collaboration with Marks and Spencer and TV chef Chris Baber.

It isn't the first time the pair have ventured across the countryside together, with their first mini series airing in 2019.

Back in May last year, Lucy announced that she would be back on the road exploring the agriculture and finest crops that she can get her hands on.

Sharing a picture of herself, alongside Chris who was slicing into a freshly made sandwich, she penned: "Food filming and road tripping last year.

"We liked it so much, our mini series gets another airing after the @itvnews and weather the next few weeks.

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