Weather girl Lucy Verasamy sizzles in leggings as she posts stunning sunset snap

Good Morning Britain and ITV weather presenter Lucy Verasamy no doubt sent her followers wild as she shared a stunning snap of herself in front of a colourful sunset while standing on Old Shoremore Beach in northern Scotland.

The brunette beauty, 40, turned away from the camera to take in the jaw-dropping scene, which showed a cliff edge, serene water and a colourful sunset in the sky.

In the first snap, Lucy held her hands above her head as she donned a light long-sleeved jumper and dark leggings.

She finished the look off with grey and neon pink trainers and a rain jacket wrapped around her slender waist, as well as a shoulder bag hung around her.

The second picture showed her looking off into the distance as she took in her stunning surroundings during her travels, as she pretended to kiss the sun in the background.

Lucy captioned the post: "Evening light.

"The furthest north I’ve been within the British Isles," she wrote whilst confirming her location using hashtags.

Lucy is no stranger to travelling around the country, as she has been working with Marks & Spencer and TV chef Chris Baber to visit farms scattered all over the UK.

The pair have been from Scotland to Jersey, with many stops along the way as Lucy has documented their fun together on her social media page.

Her last snap showed her standing in front of a plant growing raspberries and blackberries in the Garden of Eden, in Kent.

Lucy donned a floral patterned blue and white top with a wraparound design and short sleeves as she looked off into the distance.

Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long for the compliments to come pouring in for the ITV presenter, as fans rushed to share their love for the snap using emojis.

Lucy revealed she is back presenting the evening weather segment on ITV after working with Chris Baber, and can be seen on the channel each night.

GMB airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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