FANS were left stunned as the TV Presenter looked sensational in her sunny snaps from Cape Town.

The 37-year-old looked glamourous in her triangle bikini and floral dress as she commentated for the Extreme E Sports league, a new concept of electric racing, in the most remote corners of the planet impacted by climate change.

Nicki posed with Eddie Jordan


Nicki posed with Eddie JordanCredit: Instagram
The TV presenter looked fabulous in a floral dress


The TV presenter looked fabulous in a floral dressCredit: Instagram
She commentated at the Extreme E Sports league


She commentated at the Extreme E Sports leagueCredit: INstagram

Taking to Instagram, Nicki posts an array of photos from her trip in Cape Town with Eddie Jordan.

The Escape to the Country presenter wrote: “Race debrief with Eddie Jordan.. Still buzzing after one of the best @fiaformulae races of all time! Thank you Cape Town. You were truly tremendous!”

Edmund Patrick Jordan, OBE, also known as EJ, is an Irish businessman, television personality and former motorsport team owner.

Born in Dublin, Eddie worked first at the Bank of Ireland.

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He won the Irish Kart Championship in 1971 and moved to Formula Ford in 1974.

The first photo showed Nicki posing with a stunning Eddie with a beach backdrop.

Nicki showcased a patterned and multi-coloured dress and sun hat to complete her holiday ensemble.

Another photo showed her on the race track flaunting a bright and vibrant floral one shoulder dress, alongside presenter Emma Walsh.

She accessorised with a pair of sunglasses, neutral slides and a complementing bag.

Other snaps showed her filming her commentary on the event.

She opted for a lilac v-neck top and white trousers.

Speaking about her passion for motorsport this International Women’s Day, Nicki revealed she became obsessed with racing thanks to her father. 

“I’m so happy and thankful that my dad gave me the motorsport bug,” she told fiaformulae.com.

“He took me to race tracks, to karting days, and we spent Sundays watching the Grand Prix or British Touring Cars.”

As well as her dad, the love for all things four wheels runs in the family.

With one grandfather previously working as a chauffeur for Rolls Royce, and another who bought himself nice cars, it was undoubtedly a family Affair

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However, now a parent herself to two beautiful boys, Nicki is looking forward to changing the narrative.

She said: “I’m really excited when the boys grow up, and someone says, why do you love motorsport? They’re gonna say ‘because of my mum’ and I’m going to be so proud of that moment.”

Nicki shielded herself from the heat in Cape Town


Nicki shielded herself from the heat in Cape TownCredit: Instagram
She thanks her father for her love of racing


She thanks her father for her love of racingCredit: Instagram
Nicki hopes to be a role model for her two kids


Nicki hopes to be a role model for her two kidsCredit: Instagram


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