Carol Vorderman, 60, elicits ‘boob envy’ from a friend as she expresses her support for Wales rugby.


Carol Vorderman, 60, elicits ‘boob envy’ from a friend as she expresses her support for Wales rugby.

CAROL VORDERMAN wore a top to show her support for Welsh rugby as they prepare for their match later today.

Carol Vorderman, 60, has shared a photo of herself in her most recent outfit as she prepares for Wales’ rugby match later today.

The star’s fans were taken aback when she shared her joy on Twitter and Instagram earlier this week.

As Carol prepares for the big match, Wales takes on Australia tonight.

She posed in tight jean leggings and thigh-high black boots in photos she shared on Twitter.

She wore them with a tight long-sleeved top that featured the Welsh flag.

“Hi ho hi ho it’s off to work we go @BBCRadioWales…and then the final game @WelshRugbyUnion vs @wallabies,” she wrote on Twitter.

“But first, join me on @BBCSounds from 1130-2pm…guests @MrPeterAndre and @Jamiehuwroberts.”

“And, of course, @OwainWynEvans, MR DRUMATHON himself.”

Dawn Neesom, on the other hand, has expressed “boob envy” over her post.

“Dragon book envy,” wrote the columnist in retaliation.

Dawn’s post was then responded to by Carol, who used a laughing face emoji.

The post was also shared on Instagram by the former Countdown host.

Many of Hare’s fans remarked on how nice she looked in her outfit.

“Looking great again Carol,” wrote Tandyman1490.

Fastfastmike wrote, “Let me guess who you’re supporting.”

“Looking stunning, and best of luck to Wales,” Drewarkart concluded.

“Love the top carol looking beautiful gorgeous,” Aaronturner95 replied.

Carol expressed her enthusiasm for the match during her BBC radio show earlier today.

“As we all know, Wales takes on Australia this evening for their final autumn international, rugby obviously!” she said.

“And today we’ve got a Welshman and an Australian on the show, which sounds like the beginning of a very bad joke.”

Carol later in the show inquired about the score with her pal Owain Wyn Evans.

When he predicted that Wales would win, the presenter was ecstatic.


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