‘Move the webcam!’ Carol Vorderman, 60, plays her best assets for laughs after noticing the BBC Radio Wales camera is trained on her CHEST
Carol Vorderman kicked off the week by playing her biggest assets for laughs as she prepared for her usual slot on BBC Radio Wales.
The voluptuous former Countdown star saw the funny side after noticing the studio webcam was trained on her prominent chest as she prepared to share social media content ahead of her show on Monday morning.
Taking to Instagram, Carol – who celebrated her 60th birthday on Christmas Eve – posted a snap of the webcam screen filled with an image of her curvaceous upper body as she sat in her booth.
Here we go: Carol Vorderman kicked off the week by playing her biggest assets for laughs as she prepared for her usual slot on BBC Radio Wales
Captioning the shot, she quipped: ‘Um… move the bl**dy webcam!’
In an second image, the presenter revealed the camera angle had been partially adjusted so only her face was visible.
Playfully acknowledging the adjustment, she joked: ‘Ah… there she is!!! BBC Radio Wales webcam sorted.’
Funny: Carol saw the funny side after noticing the studio webcam was trained on her chest, but ensured it was adjusted so only her face was in shot
The Cambridge-educated presenter has won legions of fans since her career began on Channel 4’s Countdown in 1982, and always wows with her age-defying looks and stunning figure.
Speaking about growing more confident with age, she told MailOnline: ‘Young women beat themselves up about being perfect and there is no such thing.
‘They compare themselves. And you get to an age where you go “just enjoy it, smile and enjoy it”.
Looking good: The Cambridge-educated presenter has won legions of fans since her career began on Channel 4’s Countdown and always wows with her age-defying looks
Special moments: Carol celebrated her milestone 60th birthday on Christmas Eve
‘I do keep fit though, I started with a new trainer, a rugby captain in Wales and we have a good laugh. He’s pushing me harder now with weights. It’s the weights you need as you get older because I’m quite happy with my body weight.
‘I don’t actually know what I weigh but I’m happy, I don’t need to go on a diet or anything like that.
‘As you get older, you lose muscle mass and I’m now actively building muscle and I enjoy it. I do what I want to do and I’m not harming anybody, I’m just cracking on with being alive.’
Carol is mother to daughter Katie, 29, and son Cameron, 23, from her ten-year marriage to second husband Patrick King, who she divorced in 2000.
She was last known to be in a relationship with Red Arrows pilot Graham Duff, with their four year romance ending in 2016.
Former flame: Carol was last known to be in a relationship with Red Arrows pilot Graham Duff, with their four year romance ending in 2016