Ground Force's Charlie Dimmock, 51, opens garden centre in Woking | ABS US DAILY NEWS
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She became a household name after hosting Ground Force in the late 1990s, alongside Alan Titchmarsh and Tommy Walsh.And Charlie Dimmock still proved to be a horticultural guru on Tuesday, as she opened the new Squire's Garden Centre in Woking.The 51-year-old, who became known for her braless ensembles on the BBC show, wrapped up warm in a cosy winter coat and scarf as she made a special appearance at the store. Charlie kept things more demure than her television days in a cosy black cardigan and skinny jeans, layered beneath a brown winter coat and floral scarf. Leaving her famous red curls loose and opting to go without make-up, the gardening expert proved her radiant complexion to all as she arrived at the new centre. Beaming widely, the TV star appeared to be in very high spirits as she playfully posed with a set of shears for cameras outside, before heading in to explore.It is no wonder Charlie was invited to attend the grand opening, having risen to fame as one of the hosts on garden makeover series Ground Force. The redhead fronted the show alongside Alan Titchmarsh and Tommy Walsh, and became loved by fans for her incredible knowledge, funny sense of humour and holding her own against the boys.Charlie - who often caught attention with her skimpy attire - laughed that she would never lose her 'braless' tag in an interview with TheMirror's Love Sunday magazine in March 2016. She joked: 'It was all very silly. I remember Esther Rantzen said to me, "You'll be referred to as the bra-less one for the rest of your life. I'm still referred to as the buck-toothed presenter of That's Life!"'People still comment on it to me. Some of them are male fans, some of them are female.'Before adding honestly: 'It is sometimes just more comfortable not having a bra on. I didn't plan it!' She more recently hosted the BBC's Garden Rescue, which sees her battle it out with brothers David and Harry Rich to design new gardens for homeowners.