CAROL Vorderman, or rather Phwoar-derman, looked sensational in a designer jumpsuit as she went to BBC Radio Wales to present her weekly show.
The TV presenter and education activist looked glamorous in a matching top and pants that she had cinched with a belt to show off her tiny size.
The former Countdown presenter smiled at the cameras waiting for her to go all day.
In search of freshness, Carol made up for free for the outing, leaving her glowing curves and her outfit to speak.
Revealing that there was a slight chill in the air, Carol accessorized her look with a large black backpack, biker boots, newspapers and her ID badge.
With thick stripes in blocks of bright colors, the clothes helped accentuate Carol’s hourglass figure.
The mom of two gave up on makeup, leaving her face free of fresh wrinkles and wearing her hair in loose waves.
Over the years, Carol has become known for her incredible figure and has been in the news for her appearance on a regular basis.
In 2011 and 2014, she won the back of the year.
However, in November, she revealed that she was receiving social media criticism for the way she dresses.
The former Countdown host said on This Morning that she was subjected to a series of ageist comments after wearing a short tube boob dress at BAFTA in 2000 and that she was nicknamed “sheep dressed in lamb”.
When asked when she experienced ageism, Carol said, “Most of my life, let’s be fair. Twenty years ago, I wore a blue dress for the BAFTA that was above the knee, I was 39 years old.
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“It has become a huge story, programs have been created about it. “
Carol recently revealed that she supports the NHS by donating her private plane “Mildred” as it provides critical personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sharing a selection of photos of her with the awesome plane, Carol told fans, “My Mildred and I (my plane N242CV) have had a few adventures BUT I want to tell you that right now it’s in use by amazing people from @BAESystemsAir to transport PPE to where our #NHS needs it all over the country…. #GoMildred #NHSThankYou. “
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