Sky Sports presenter branded ‘best figure on TV’ as she shares on-screen pics.. but fans can’t stop looking at her shoes

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KATE TRACEY was hailed as having the “best figure on TV” – but some other fans could not keep their eyes off her shoes.

The much-loved Sky Sports star is a popular presence on the Sky Racing channel and hosts the tipping show Weekend Winners.

Kate Tracey stole the show with her latest photo dump on Instagram[/caption]
The gorgeous star hosts the Sky Racing channel[/caption]
Kate’s choice of footwear had some eagle-eyed followers talking[/caption]
It did not appear that many followers were keen on her slippers[/caption]

Kate also combines that by fronting William Hill’s coverage of the Racing League.

She is a regular poster on social media and caused a stir in December when she shared a number of celebratory birthday snaps to her Instagram account.

But she did have to apologise as fans went wild seeing her in a bikini selfie last summer.

Her 2024 got off to a bad start though when she revealed that her car had been broken into while she was in London for work.

However, she was back in top form this weekend and amassing plenty of likes and compliments after her latest Insta photo dump.

Kate shared several photos of herself at work and at a dog track, captioning them with: “Forever cold but content.”

Straight away her admirers jumped into the comments, with one saying: “THE best figure on TV. Amazing, Well done.”

Another called her “beautiful” while a third said that she was “absolutely incredible”.

But in two of the photos she was spotted what appeared to be a pair of slippers – and some of her followers were not as keen on them.

One cheeky troll said: “I had to have a second look at the footwear. Posh those.”

And a fellow fan wrote: “Those slippers have no right to be seen on tv!!!!!”

Kate recently revealed how her foray into horse racing was all pretty much by accident.

The gorgeous star said: “My first ever race meeting was on a dreary, mid-week jump card at Worcester in August 1999. The weather was awful and the calibre of racing was even worse.

“There was a bumper horse in the last race called Red Radish, whose name I will never forget because he got loose and caused about a half an hour delay to the concluding bumper.

“Barely a soul had hung around for the last race. However, my Dad and I were having the greatest day that we stayed to the bitter end after they had eventually rescued Red Radish from Worcester town centre and the race was finally able to start.

“Ever since that day, I have never wanted to do anything else in my life but work in horse racing.”

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Kate Tracey continues to amass a huge following online[/caption]
She has a wealth of racing knowledge that she brings to her various roles[/caption]
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