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Carol Vorderman, 60, puts her incredible physique on display in figure-hugging khaki leggings

‘Happy Sunday everyone!’ Carol Vorderman, 60, puts her curvaceous physique on display yet again as she models figure-hugging khaki leggings and a black turtle-neck


She has been keeping up with her fitness regime over her Welsh holiday, enjoying plenty of hikes and paddle boarding.  

And Carol Vorderman, 60, was sizzling as she put her incredible physique on display on Sunday.

The former Countdown presenter oozed confidence as she posed for an Instagram snap in khaki gym leggings and a black turtle-neck jumper.

Sizzling! Carol Vorderman, 60, was sizzling as she put her incredible physique on display on Sunday in khaki gym leggings and a black turtle-neck jumper

The sportswear hugged Carol’s hourglass curves while she captioned the post: ‘Happy scruff in her new leggings because they just about look like cargo pants but I’m not…..just chilling. Happy Sunday everyone’. 

The radio presenter went for a minimal makeup look and she left her caramel tresses in natural waves. 

Her sultry upload comes as the star took to her platform once again to speak out about her brother – who she revealed was born with a ‘severe cleft lip and palette’.   

Emotional: Her upload comes as the star took to her platform once again to speak out about her brother - who she revealed was born with a 'severe cleft lip and palette'.

Emotional: Her upload comes as the star took to her platform once again to speak out about her brother – who she revealed was born with a ‘severe cleft lip and palette’.

The former Countdown co-host captioned the video: ‘My brother was born with cleft and is WONDERFUL.’

She told her followers: ‘My brother was born in the 1950s with a severe cleft lip and palate and over the course of his life had 24 operations.

‘My brother used to stay in and we were very poor, and he was always kind yet suffered a lot of abuse because of the way he looked.

Her brother: She told her followers: 'My brother was born in the 1950s with a severe cleft lip and palate and over the course of his life had 24 operations. Pictured in 2004

Her brother: She told her followers: ‘My brother was born in the 1950s with a severe cleft lip and palate and over the course of his life had 24 operations. Pictured in 2004

‘He grew and still is one of the kindest and most generous, most loving, funny, successful people I know.’

Carol then discussed why she revealed her brother’s story.

Originally, Carol shared a video clip to her story of British activist Jono Lancaster, 35, from @ladbible speaking about how he was abandoned at birth by his biological parents because of his condition. 

The Love My Face charity founder was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a ‘rare genetic disorder characterized by distinctive abnormalities of the head and face’, according to the National Organization for Rare Disorders – his story resonating with Carol. 

A few years back, Anton discovered that babies born in Romania and Bulgaria with cleft palettes were taken from their mothers and put into orphanages, as babies with the condition cannot feed the same way as babies without. 

Carol explained, getting emotional: ‘So, he (Anton) set up a charity to train specialist nurses who would then train the mothers on how to feed these babies.

‘In the first two years of this charity, they managed to get over 40 children out of orphanages and back with their mums, which makes me want to cry.

‘Because that’s my brother, that’s the person he is.’ 

Proud: Carol explained, getting emotional, 'So, he (Anton) set up a charity to train specialist nurses who would then train the mothers on how to feed these babies

Proud: Carol explained, getting emotional, ‘So, he (Anton) set up a charity to train specialist nurses who would then train the mothers on how to feed these babies

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