Newly single Anita Rani looks incredible as she flashes her legs in thigh-split cut out dress leaving awards party | The Sun

COUNTRYFILE host Anita Rani ditched the wellies and flashed her long legs in a daring gown.

Anita, who recently left her husband of 14 years, stunned in the thigh-split cut out dress at Glamour Women of the Year Awards.

She joined the likes of Halle Bailey, Jess Glynne, America Ferrera and Lily Allen at the star-studded awards bash.

The black dress showed plenty of bare skin, despite being floor-length and high-neck.

It had a cheeky cut-out section from her right shoulder all the way down to her hip.

She ramped up the drama further with heavy smokey eyeliner and a burgundy lip.

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Her poker-straight raven hair was tucked behind one ear and she accessorised with a pair of quirky pearl earrings.

Letting her dress do all the talking, Anita added a pair of pointed-toe stilettos in the same colour.

The BBC star, 45, split from tech company owner Bhupi Rehal after they "drifted apart".

They tied the knot in 2009 in a beautiful Sikh wedding ceremony.

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A source told The Mirror: "It’s really sad but they’ve decided to separate.

"Their hectic schedules over the past couple of years have sadly meant they’ve drifted apart over time.

"They remain on very good terms and wish nothing but the best for one another."

Anita is one of the most recognisable faces on British TV and Radio.

The news comes days after Anita spoke for the first time about her devastating miscarriage.

Anita said about being in her forties: "I'm much better at self-care and I ask myself more questions about how I want to live my life.

"I'm also more willing to be vulnerable, like talking about the miscarriage I had in 2018.

"Vulnerability used to scare the s*** out of me, but it has been liberating to share my personal story and see the response."

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