Carol Vorderman, 60, wears tight leggings with age-defying curves on a country walk.
Carol Vorderman, a Countdown veteran, resorted to Instagram to show photos of herself wearing leggings and a skintight top as she prepared to go for a stroll in her home Wales.
Carol Vorderman flaunted her youthful beauty in a series of pictures while wearing skintight leggings.
As she published her latest photographs on social media, the 60-year-old former I’m A Celebrity competitor wanted attention.
Carol flaunted her physique in a form-fitting grey shirt and a pair of matching leggings in front of her 473,600 Twitter followers.
The Countdown star went for a natural look with minimum makeup and her distinctive caramel tresses fashioned in loose waves.
“Off on a very long stroll… I’m bursting with delight… like properly bursting with it,” Carol wrote with the photos, flashing a wide grin from the camera. “I laughed when I awoke.” She shared another full-length mirror selfie to give fans a better look at her athletic gear.
Carol’s most recent dazzling social media exhibition came after she wore red leather pants over the weekend.
As she posed for a photo in the stands at Parc y Scarlets stadium in Wales, her shapely pins were on full display thanks to her wardrobe choice on the left.
Carol wore her lovely jeans with a wide black belt with a large gold buckle, a sleek white shirt, and a khaki duffel coat to keep warm in the cold.
The actress kept her brown locks loose over her shoulders and kicked back to watch the game while wearing calf-high black leather boots to go with the ensemble.
“Having a fantastic time @scarlets rugby,” she captioned her cheeky Instagram photo. yn fawr, yn fawr, yn fawr, yn (thank you very much).
“I haven’t been to a game in a long time (covid)… Let’s go, bois!” [sic].
“With naughty Wynne and Mooney,” she said.
Carol, a radio host, recently appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron King to talk about his special education needs.
Cameron has high-functioning autism, as well as ADD, dyslexia, and ADHD.
“That was the whole problem,” he said, referring to being labeled “disruptive” in school. Being obnoxious. It happened during a math class.
“You’re so worried about keeping up with the rest of the group.
“You’d be disruptive because you couldn’t answer it soon enough when I couldn’t.”
Carol expressed her protective feelings for her son when he was younger, saying, “As a mother, a single parent, [you want to]protect, protect, protect.” ‘Like a lioness,’ she says.” “I didn’t want him,” the mother of two continued. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.