An iconic TV presenter showed off her timeless looks as she celebrated her 60th birthday with her family.
Interior designer Anna Ryder Richardson looked incredible as she posed for Instagram photos marking her “big day.”
During the celebrations, the Changing Rooms leader smiled as four men picked her up and laid her on her side.
Anna looked sensational in a black leather skirt which she paired with a long-sleeved blouse and sky-high heeled boots.
Her famous friends were quick to comment, including Saturday Kitchen host Matt Tebbutt: “Happy birthday darling.”
Iconic TV presenter Anna Ryder Richardson showed off her ageless looks as she celebrated her 60th birthday with her family.
Carol Smilie added: ‘And still in a tight leather skirt and heels Atta girl x’
One fan then posted: ‘Happy birthday beautiful girl’, while another added: ‘Happy birthday! I’m glad to see you celebrating in style!’
Anna starred in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! back in 2007.
In 2008, he fulfilled his dream of owning a zoo by purchasing Manor House Wildlife Park in Pembrokeshire for £1 million.
Located on 52 acres of stunning landscape, the zoo was the ultimate labor of love. When Anna and Colin bought the zoo, every aspect of it was dilapidated and dangerous, from the dangerous attractions to the inadequate animal facilities.
They closed it to the public and spent seven months on a complete renovation, with Anna investing a further £1m of her money into new enclosures and other work.
Despite transforming the dilapidated wildlife park in Pembrokeshire for the TV series Chaos At The Zoo.
He previously candidly told how running the zoo ruined his marriage.
Her famous friends were quick to comment, including Saturday Kitchen host Matt Tebbutt: ‘Happy birthday darling.’
In 2008, he fulfilled his dream of owning a zoo by purchasing Manor House Wildlife Park in Pembrokeshire for £1 million for a television show Chaos At The Zoo.
It came after she separated from her husband Colin MacDougall, father of her two daughters, Bibi Belle and Dixie Dot.
At the time, he said: ‘The stress, strains and expenses of running our wildlife park have destroyed our marriage. I’m moving to France and getting divorced.
‘I’m still thinking about the beautiful Welsh countryside and nature. I had the best times there, but they became the most difficult. We had so much work to do that we never saw each other.
‘I have to start all over again with nothing and it’s scary. I’m older and wiser, but I’ve lost a little confidence.