Carol Vorderman beams with pride as her son receives a Master’s degree after overcoming learning difficulties.

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Carol Vorderman beams with pride as her son receives his Master’s degree after overcoming learning difficulties.

CAROL VORDERMAN celebrated her son’s Master’s degree graduation today, after she previously shared his struggle with learning difficulties throughout his education.

Carol Vorderman, 60, had a “proud mother” moment today when her son Cameron, 25, earned his Master’s degree from Dundee University.

After previously opening up about Cameron’s learning difficulties, the former Countdown host posted a series of photos from the happy day to her Instagram account.

“If you’ve followed his story recently,” Carol wrote alongside a photo of her son outside Dundee University’s campus today.

“I couldn’t be more proud of Cameron because he has special educational needs,” says his mother.

Cameron looked dapper in his black and yellow gown at the ceremony, which took place yesterday, according to the star.

Cameron wore a sharp suit underneath his robes and was seen smiling with his mother, who looked stunning in a mid-length black gown.

Carol, who is also the mother of 30-year-old Katie, wrote on Twitter: “Such a wonderful day @dundeeuni.”

“So Cameron spent most of his early years in a special school with severe learning disabilities, but he’s worked hard and learned strategies, and boy, has he turned things around.”

“I am ecstatic for him.

“When he graduated with first-class honors last year and now has a Masters degree in Animation and VFX, we never imagined this day would come.

“Thank you, Dundee, for everything you’ve done for him over the last year.

“Wow!”

Carol, a proud mother of two, shared a slew of photos of her son during his celebrations, including a peek at the ceremony program, which revealed Cameron had received a master of science degree with honors in animation and visual effects.

Carol recorded Cameron receiving his Master’s degree on a blue carpet in front of lecturers and guests at Dundee University.

She also included a video of traditional Scottish music being performed outside the university.

Richard Arnold and Christine McGuinness, for example, commented with love heart emojis on Cameron’s accomplishment.

Carol’s fan wrote, “Congratulations, well deserved young man.”

“Cam you are extraordinary..Super huge congratulations to you,” another person wrote.

As Carol was once told, Cameron has defied all expectations.

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