CAROL VORDERMAN has showcased her phenomenal figure once again in a pair of eye-catching red trousers for a Welsh rugby game at the weekend.
Carol Vorderman sported a pair of incredibly tight trousers in her latest social media offering, sharing pictures on Instagram from her outing. The TV star and her pals headed to Llanelli to watch a Rugby game in the sunshine.
The BBC Radio Wales DJ opted for bright red bottoms in order to show her support for the Scarlets, who took on Munster in the United Rugby Championship game yesterday.
The 60-year-old media personality teamed her trousers with a classic white top and a chunky belt, which showcased her slim waist and curves.
Leather ankle boots and a khaki green jacket completed her look.
Carol wore her caramel tresses in loose waves for the occasion, which tumbled over her shoulders when she posed for pictures in the stadium.
Carol was joined by fellow radio star Wynne Evans and former rugby union player Rupert Moon for the match.
She snapped selfies with the pair while in the stadium and waiting for the game to commence.
“Having a great time @scarlets_rugby….diolch yn fawr (thank you very much),” she captioned her snaps when she shared them online.
“Not been at a game for so long (covid)….come on bois.
“With naughty Wynne @wynneevans and Mooney @rupertmoon #Wales #rugby,” she added, in view of her 173,00 followers.
“Jesus you even look stunningly beautiful at a Rugby game. enjoy vorders,” wrote Instagram user geridonaghy in the comments section of the post.
“Absolutely beautiful,” added michaelparker1984, sharing a similar thought.
“Smoking….you wear those pants well,” remarked user jeff_mcmango.
Earlier in the day, Carol had snapped a selfie on the way to the game.
The mum-of-two told fans that she’d had a fun night out on Saturday with opera singer Wynne, who is best known by viewers for starring in the Go Compare adverts.
“Off to the game @scarlets_rugby with our Wynne Evans @wynneevans….bit of a night of it down West last night…
“Think I died three times from laughing,” she remarked.
Just last week, Carol was a guest on This Morning with her son Cameron, 24.
The proud mum told viewers that he had just received a masters degree in 3D animation, following years of bullying because he had severe learning difficulties, which made schooling very difficult.
The maths whizz hopes to raise awareness. “Brinkwire Summary News”.