Antiques Roadshow fans distracted as Fiona Bruce dons denim jumpsuit on BBC show

Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce got viewers talking online about her outfit choice during the latest instalment of the BBC One series.

The 58-year-old presenter donned a blue denim jumpsuit during Sunday's (August 14) evening episode.

She hosted the show from the Bishop's Palace in Wells, where finds included a blues guitar, a broken plate by the Victorian designer Augustus Pugin and a piece of street art on a metal panel.

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Fiona was also challenged to put three pieces of stunning Fabergé jewellery in order of value.

However, viewers watching at home were more distracted by Fiona's wardrobe choice.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Fiona looks amazing tonight."

Another added: "I want Fiona Bruce's jumpsuit."

A third person posted: "Fiona doing the double denim."

While a fourth social media user said: "Fiona Bruce’s Sunday night anti-fear denim jumpsuit of hope."

It comes after Fiona revealed her doctor was appalled when she told her she did no exercise following the birth of her son Sam 23 years ago.

In an interview with Hello!, she said: ""I never did any exercise until I went to see a GP before or just after I had Sam.

"When asked if I did any exercise, I said 'none' and the doctor replied 'Literally none?'

"I said 'no' and I was mortified because she was so appalled."

Fiona has been hosting Antiques Roadshow since 2008.

She has also been the face of various shows including BBC News at Six, BBC News at Ten and Crimewatch.

Alongside her Antiques Roadshow presenting duties, she currently fronts Question Time, a role she took over from David Dimbleby in 2019.

Before Fiona Bruce took over presenting duties on Antiques Roadshow, Michael Aspel hosted the show from 2000 until 2008.

Antiques Roadshow airs Sundays on BBC One at 8pm

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