Kym Marsh sparks frenzy as she stuns in busty jumpsuit for Pride of Birmingham Awards 2021

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Former Coronation Street actress Kym Marsh, 44, has shown off her incredible figure in a stylish jumpsuit while returning to host the inspirational Pride of Birmingham Awards 2021. The Morning Live host stepped out in a skintight navy blue outfit for the event, complete with statement bright blue detailing, which framed her cleavage.

Kym’s jumpsuit featured long satin sleeves and a low-cut neckline.

The ensemble also nipped the star in at the waist, putting her toned figure on display.

Kym opted for a smokey eye make-up look, which she paired with pink lip gloss.

The mum-of-three styled her brunette locks in glamorous waves as she prepared to meet some of the unsung heroes from the city of Birmingham.

Taking to Twitter, Kym declared that she felt proud to be hosting the amazing event again. 

She penned: “Very proud and honoured to have been the host once again!”

Fans rushed to the comments section of Kym’s posts to gush over her stunning outfit.

One person wrote: “Well done, as beautiful as your outfit.”

 

Another gushed: “Look stunning babe.”

A third person added: “Looking stunning kim.”

“Omg that dress tho,” a fourth fan penned.

A fifth person said: “Look forward to watching will probably cry at all the hero’s in the pride of Britain x.”(sic)

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The awards ceremony took place at the luxury Belfry Hotel, where Kym presented winners with their awards.

The winners included Childline’s longest serving volunteer, Colin Butler, who has been volunteering since the helpline launched in 1986. 

Colin was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Speaking about the event, Kym said: “I am so excited to be hosting Pride of Birmingham, once again. 

“It was brilliant to meet the winners and hear their amazing stories.

It was incredibly emotional, but incredibly uplifting too, and I know viewers will feel the same.”

Gareth Lewis, TSB Regional Director, also said: “With so many incredible stories, judging this year’s winners of the Pride of Birmingham Awards wasn’t easy.

“We are delighted for all the winners and especially for our TSB Community Hero Award winner Hannah, who’s incredible work and dedication has helped girls to fulfil their potential.”

2021’s Pride of Birmingham winners will be put forward to join the judging process for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, which are screened on ITV in the Autumn.

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