Carol Vorderman made sure all eyes were on her as she enjoyed the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations today.

Appearing on Good Morning Britain, Carol arrived suited and booted to discuss 100 years of the RAF with some Air Cadets.

Carol flaunted her enviable figure in the full RAF uniform, including the official matching grey jacket and skirt.

Impressed with Carol’s attire, Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid greeted her by saying: “Good morning Ma’am!”

Talking to Susanna and her co-host Piers Morgan about her role in the RAF, Carol said: “I’m an honorary group captain, yes I have been for years.”

To which Piers cheekily replied: “You do look good in uniform.”

“Thank you very much Piers,” Carol replied, before adding: “I wish I could say you did the same.”

After their witty exchange, the 57-year-old went on to discuss her role within the RAF and the film Spitfire.

“It is, it’s fantastic it really is,” Carol explained. “We had the world premiere of this fabulous movie Spitfire last night with a lot of the veterans there, so the RAF 100 is all about the commemoration of those who have been before.

“It’s also about celebrating those who are serving today and then inspiring the future.”

And it was at the Spitfire premiere last night where she turned heads in a figure-hugging red dress.

Arriving at the event in London’s Mayfair, Carol looked every inch the star as she walked the blue carpet in the lacy number.

She teamed the sexy garment with a pair of strappy nude heels and silver earrings as she posed up a storm for photographers.

Carol became the RAF’s first female Group Captain Ambassador for the RAF in 2014.

As she received her honour, the presenter revealed that she dreamed of becoming an RAF pilot, but was unable to join because she was a woman.

I'll be with ONE THOUSAND RAF Air Cadets on parade in uniform tomorrow #RAF100 #Ambassador as their Honorary Group Captain x

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“I was studying for an engineering degree at Cambridge in 1978 and desperately wanted to join the RAF as a pilot, but sadly back then they wouldn’t accept women in that position, so after I graduated I went off into another life,” Carol revealed.

“I finally got my Private Pilot’s Licence last December. Things are very different now and I know a number of incredible female RAF pilots.”