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Carol Vorderman has showed off her ageless beauty in a series of snaps wearing leggings and a skintight top.
The 60-year-old former I'm A Celebrity contestant demanded attention as she shared her latest snaps on social media.
Wearing a tight-fitting grey top and a pair of matching leggings, Carol showcased her figure in view of her 473,600 followers on Twitter.
The Countdown icon chose to wear minimal makeup and styled her trademark caramel tresses in loose waves.
Flashing a huge grin from the camera, Carol penned alongside the snaps: "Off on a long long walk… I'm bursting with happiness… like properly bursting with it. I woke up laughing."
She gave fans a better look at her athletic gear by sharing an additional full-length mirror selfie.
Carol's latest stunning social media display comes after she slipped into some red leather trousers over the weekend.
The wardrobe choice left put her shapely pins on full display as she posed for a picture in the stands at Parc y Scarlets stadium in Wales.
Along with her stunning trousers, Carol rocked a thick black belt complete with a huge gold buckle, a chic white top and khaki duffel coat to ward off the winter chill.
The star accompanied the outfit by some calf-high black leather boots, and wore her brunette tresses loose over her shoulders while she kicked back to enjoy the game.
Captioning her cheeky snap on Instagram, she wrote: "Having a great time @scarlets_rugby… diolch yn fawr (thank you very much).
"Not been at a game for so long (covid)… come on bois!" [sic].
She added: "With naughty Wynne and Mooney."
Radio presenter Carol recently appeared on ITV daytime show This Morning alongside her son Cameron King to discuss his special education needs.
Cameron has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD.
Touching upon being labelled "disruptive" in school, he explained: "That was the whole thing. Being disruptive. It was in a maths lesson.
"You're panicking so much on keeping the rhythm with everyone else.
"When I can't answer it quickly enough, you'd be disruptive because you couldn't answer.'
Sharing just how protective she felt of her son in his younger years, Carol said: "As a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness'."
The mother of two continued: "I didn't want him to grow up with labels,' before saying that there were 'early signs' of her son's learning difficulties."
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- Carol Vorderman
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