Tess Daly shows off her enviable figure in a summery wrap dress


Legs that go on forever! Tess Daly shows off her enviable figure in a summery wrap dress

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13:19 GMT, 26 April 2012

She first shot to fame as a model, and it's not hard to see why.

Tess Daly proved she still got it as she arrived at the ITV studios this morning for an interview on Daybreak, showing off her figure in a chic navy blue wrap dress.

The 42-year-old presenter highlighted her slim waist with a narrow belt, and topped her outfit off with a pair of on-trend metallic tipped nude court shoes.

She's still got it! Tess Daly showed off her incredible figure in a chic navy wrap dress as she arrived at the ITV studios this morning

She's still got it! Tess Daly showed off her incredible figure in a chic navy wrap dress as she arrived at the ITV studios this morning

Mother-of-two Tess, who is married to All Star Family Fortunes host Vernon Kay, left her long blonde hair loose and straight around her shoulders.

And while Tess is sure to have millions of women envying her toned figure, the presenter said in a recent interview that her exercise regime leaves a lot to be desired.

She told Fabulous magazine: 'I've got wobbly bits, believe me. But there's no way I'm going to a day – I hate them – so Vernon has put an exercise bike in the dining room for me.

Summer style: The 42-year-old accessorised her outfit with a slim belt and nude pointed court shoes

Summer style: The 42-year-old accessorised her outfit with a slim belt and nude pointed court shoes

Summer style: The 42-year-old accessorised her outfit with a slim belt and nude pointed court shoes

'I sit there and watch Location, Location, Location – Kirstie and Phil do it for me!'

Tess was appearing on Daybreak to talk about the paperback release of her debut novel, The Camera Never Lies – the story of a model who goes to Tokyo before returning to the UK and becoming a presenter.

And while Tess insists the book is not autobiographical, she did add to Fabulous: 'I've walked in her shoes a few times. A lot from the modelling side of things is based on fact.

'And the characters are based on people I've met in fashion and television who have inspired me.'

Tess's book The Camera Never Lies is out in paperback today.