Rachel Riley dazzled in a slinky frock, with a perilously low neckline when she met with Deborah Meaden, 60. The 33-year-old looked incredible in the sequinned number, which clinched in at the bodice to highlight her slender waist. Her sparkling attire was sleeveless, champagne coloured and featured a small panel along the hemline. She complimented the outfit with a generous coating of glamorous make-up, consisting of lashings of mascara and ruby lipstick.
The Countdown star’s blonde locks were worn in a stylish up ‘do, however she left strands of hair out to frame her face.
Meanwhile, Dragons’ Den star Deborah wowed in a sophisticated embroidery piece, which rested on the sides of her shoulder.
The semi-sheer garment did little to hide her impressive cleavage, thanks to its plunging neckline.
Sharing the image on Twitter, Rachel gushed about the businesswoman, describing her as “amazing” and “inspirational”.
She told her 624,000 followers: “Just a non-special-date related appreciation tweet for the amazing, inspirational woman that is @DeborahMeaden!”
“I hope you’re having a brilliant non-special-date related day Deborah!” she concluded.
Clearly, the mathematician was making light of the fact it was the entrepreneur’s birthday on February 11.
Actor John Challis, best known for starring in Only Fools and Horses and Benidorm, also acknowledged Deborah’s special day.
In response to Rachel’s tweet, the 76-year-old penned: “I second that! Thanks to Deborah for all the great work she does to support our #1 charity @tusk.”
Fans of Rachel and Deborah were impressed with the photo and took to her comment section to say so.
One person shared: “Looking glamorous ladies,” while another added: “Looking stunning both.”
A third commentator simply said: “Gorgeous,” as a fourth fan gushed: “You two look amazing!”
Others quizzed Rachel on whether she was starting a new party with author JK Rowling after the pair reportedly attended a secret meeting to launch a breakaway Labour Party.
The math whiz and Harry Potter writer were said to have been among 50 attendees at a new pro-European centrist party gathering led by Tony Blair’s former chief of staff Jonathan Powell and Philip Collin.
They allegedly gathered at the London offices of the author’s agent Neil Blair to rally against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.