Where’s your neck Carol! Miss Vorderman winds it in as she battles 35mph winds
22:37 GMT, 22 June 2012
Carol Vorderman looked a little out of sorts when she stepped out on a airfield, earlier today.
The Loose Women anchor appeared to be missing her neck as she tried to battle against the strong 35mph winds in Gloucestershire.
She normally looks rather stylish in tight fitting dresses with not a hair out of place but the 51-year-old was less than glamorous in today's outfit.
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Missing part: Carol Vorderman lost her neck as she sheltered from the wind
Carol was in the area to take to the skies in an ex-RAF training jet as it performed acrobatics in the windy conditions.
from the safety of the air hanger to the plane took its toll on the
former Countdown star who tried to take refuge inside her black coat.
Unfortunately for Carol, the defensive stance gave the impression that she was without her neck.
Trendy The presenter wore a khaki green jumpsuit for the flight in Gloucestershire
The 'Rear of
the Year' winner had to don a less-than stylish khaki green jumpsuit
which she teamed with brown ankle boots, before boarding the plane.
Keen amateur pilot Carol, who is
working towards taking her Private Pilot's Licence, was flown by
experienced Mark Greenfield at Cotswold Airport, in Kemble,
She flew in a Bulldog plane to celebrate the start of this year's Best of British aviation show and raise money for charity.
Keen flyer: Carol flew in a Bulldog plane to celebrate the start of this year's Best of British aviation show and raise money for charity
Dishevelled: The Loose Women star's barnet was battered by 35mph wind
The brainbox was put through her paces
during the 20 minute flight, performing air acrobatics, including
dangerous stall turns – where the engine is switched off.
After the death-defying flight, Carole said: 'I'm very happy. I absolutely loved it.
Loop-the-loop: Carol showed off her famous shapely behind in the jumpsuit
'We did stall turns and I did two or three loops myself – I'm very happy. I looped-the-loop.'
Carol is a patron of the RAF Benevolent Fund, which helps former servicemen and their families.
Pilot Mark Greenfield joked: 'She's a bit of a screamer.
Airborne: Apparently Carol swore all the way through the adrenalin fuelled flight
Proud: The star managed three loop-the-loops herself and was very pleased
'She swore all the whole way through the flight.'
The Best of British show takes place on the August Bank Holiday weekend at the Gloucestershire airport.
Attractions include flights in a vintage aircraft, a display from Breitling Wingwalker Sarah Tanner and aerobatics from the Red Arrows team.
Video: Carol's flying lesson…