A TV legend and maths whizz, she is also truly the epitome of ageless beauty.
And Carol Volderman, 62, once again wowed her 302,000 Instagram followers, posting some sizzling snaps that highlighted her perfect curves before her BBC Radio Wales appearance.
The former Countdown presenter wore skintight high-waisted black jeans that hugged her incredible figure.
Hourglass beauty: Carol Vorderman, 62, wowed her 302,000 Instagram followers with some sizzling snaps that highlighted her perfect curves before her BBC Radio Wales appearance
She paired the jeans with a tucked-in cream jumper tat clung close to her torso.
She accessorised the outfit with a thick black leather belt with a silver buckle, drawing attention to her tiny waist.
In a picture added to her story caption ‘Happy Scruff again today’, Carol finished the ensemble with a pair of chunky black high heeled ankle boots.
Perfect ten: The former Countdown presenter flaunted her peachy posterior in skintight black jeans as she posed for the collection of racy images
Still got it: The bombshell finished off the sexy outfit with black chunky boots
Sensational! While she showed off her form-fitting outfit, Carol kept her brunette tresses styled in a slight wave and opted for smoky eyeshadow and thick eyeliner
The sexagenarian bombshell let her blonde locks down, styled in a slight wave and opted for smoky eyeshadow and thick eyeliner.
Carol used the post to give a shout out to her appearance on BBC Radio Wales, alongside her ‘radio wifey’ presenter Nathan Sussex.
She wrote: ‘Hoorayyyy. Back on with my radio wifey [Nathan Sussex] from 1130-2pm. Tune in on BBC RADIO WALES or via’
She added: ‘See you there you beautiful humans’.
Excited: The broadcaster shared she was looking forward to her BBC Radio Wales appearance with ‘radio wifey’ Nathan Sussex
‘See you there beautiful humans’: Carol called for her fans to tune into the show
Her post comes a day after she shocked This Morning viewers with an outburst aimed at former friend Michelle Mone, 51.
The TV star used her appearance to discuss the scandal currently engulfing Baroness Mone over government PPE contracts
She reignited her vicious feud with the bra baronness as she claimed ‘I dropped her like a stone as soon as I realised what kind of person she was’ before staring into the camera and saying ‘sue me, Michelle’.
Speaking out: Her post comes a day after she shocked This Morning viewers with an outburst aimed at former friend Michelle Mone, 51
The TV star used to be friends with the embattled Michelle, with the pair regularly having ‘great fun’ on nights out together before Baroness Mone married billionaire businessman Doug Barrowman.
It emerged last month that Vorderman, 62, had called a halt to their friendship ‘some time ago’, but today was the first time she had addressed the issue on national television.
However, a source close to the entrepreneur today hit back against Carol, branding her ‘publicity hungry’ and calling the comments ‘outrageous’.
They added: ‘I really don’t understand why Carol has started this attack.’
Friends turned enemies: Carol said she ‘dropped’ her former friend Michelle (left) ‘like a stone’ due to her involvement in the government’s PPE scandal (pictured at Cheltenham in 2012)
Earlier this week, Carol candidly discussed her sex life during an appearance on Monday’s This Morning and admitted they often start off as friends before an ‘extra frisson’ occurs.
She admitted her lovers ‘all know about each other’ and said life has changed since she dreamed of being married to one man when she was in her 20s.
Carol, who divorced second husband Patrick King in 2000, went on to gush about the arrangement revealing she doesn’t get jealous as she ‘never asks’ about her partners personal lives.
She said: ‘They do know about each other now. We all have to be on the same page. They have their lives and I don’t need to know about that’.
Going on to reveal that her one rule is always to ‘do no harm’.
She said: ‘It was interesting I talked about it [multiple partners] off the cuff but the reaction was almost all positive.
‘When I was in my 20s I wanted to get married and have children. In my 60s I have a full life and I live with my children.
‘I don’t want to settle with anybody, I love my job, the business of education, a busy home. People don’t want just one partner, were all single. There’s one rule do no harm’.
Candid: The TV legend candidly discussed her sex life during an appearance on Monday’s This Morning and admitted they often start off as friends before an ‘extra frisson’ occurs
She continued: ‘Societies rules were very different and if a woman had a child without being married it was awful.
‘I went to Cambridge [University] at 17 and my mum sat me down and told me I need to think about settling down to get married.
‘I think age 50 plus you have to think do you want another man to live with you or do you want the nice bits’.
Admitting that she ‘doesn’t need to know’ about her partner’s personal lives or has no idea even if they have their own friends.
‘I’m only talking about it because there was such a reaction to it and a lot people are shamed by society so why not talk about’
‘Love can be very unhappy and isn’t the goal to just be happy.’
Honesty: She said: ‘They do know about each other now. We all have to be on the same page. They have their lives and I don’t need to know about that’
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