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Carol Vorderman flaunts her sensational hourglass figure in a tight outfit before her radio show

Carol Vorderman, 60, flaunts her sensational hourglass figure in a skin-tight outfit as she snaps selfies after her latest radio show

She never fails to showcase her enviable hourglass figure.

And Carol Vorderman shared two sensational snaps with her 112,000 Instagram followers on Saturday before she appeared on BBC Radio Wales.

The former Countdown presenter, 60, took a mirror selfie wearing a skin-tight white zipped shirt and black jeans, drawing attention to her incredible curves. 

Wow!: Carol Vorderman flaunts her sensational hourglass figure in a skin tight outfit as she makes an appearance on BBC Radio Wales on Saturday

The shirt, which had black detailing, was tucked in and half-zipped, accentuating the media personality’s tiny waistline and ample bust. 

Carol wore the jeans with a thick gold-detailed belt and teamed the bottoms stylistically with a pair of racy knee-high boots. 

Her tousled brown hair framed her face and she seemed in good spirits before hosting her radio show with Nathan Sussex.

Sensational: The former Countdown presenter, 60, took a mirror selfie wearing a tight white zipped shirt and black jeans, drawing attention to her incredible curves

Sensational: The former Countdown presenter, 60, took a mirror selfie wearing a tight white zipped shirt and black jeans, drawing attention to her incredible curves

She joked with fans: ‘Note… new phone case after hundreds of you moaning at me! The broken one is inside it tho!!!!’

Posing again with her newly-purchased phone case, she also wrote: ‘On air with my Nathan right now @natsus1, tune in @bbcsounds bbc.co.uk/radiowales’.

On Friday, the Pride Of Britain host asked fans to get thinking about their naughty pets.

Radio host: On Friday, the Pride Of Britain host asked fans to get thinking about their naughty pets

Radio host: On Friday, the Pride Of Britain host asked fans to get thinking about their naughty pets

‘Tune in tomorrow lunchtime for a laugh and some great music ….@BBCRadioWales from 1130 …with me and @natsus.

‘QUESTION FOR YOUR SHOUTOUT What’s the naughtiest thing your/friend’s pets have done? Tell us about destructive dogs, runaway rabbits, and cats causing chaos…!’ she penned on Twitter.

Earlier this month Carol discussed how she took a break from her prestigious TV career to focus on her health, after contracting Covid.   

She said she was finding her commitments ‘unpleasant’ as she battled Covid. 

Burn out: The presenter said having a hectic schedule filming The Maths Factor, various TV shows including Michael McIntyre's The Wheel, and making new books caused her to feel burnt out

Burn out: The presenter said having a hectic schedule filming The Maths Factor, various TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and making new books caused her to feel burnt out 

In an interview, Carol said she was left feeling bloated and ‘beyond tired’ from her hectic schedule last year.

Carol told The Mirror: ‘I’m not that bothered about being on the telly any more. I worked my butt off last year and I don’t want to do it any more.’

She said having a hectic schedule filming The Maths Factor, various TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and making new books caused her to feel burnt out.

Stepping away from the screen: Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008 (pictured in 2006)

Stepping away from the screen: Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008 (pictured in 2006)

She added: ‘I found lockdown difficult – like everybody. By last Christmas I was bloated and not well. Tired beyond tired, and I was finding filming not pleasant.   

‘In January I said to my agent, “I’m just not doing that any more. I don’t see the point. I’m going to concentrate on my health”, so that’s what I’ve been doing.’

Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008. 

Her lasting success on the show led to her becoming one of the highest-paid TV women in Britain, ultimately earning her an estimated £1million per year.

She also went on to anchor Loose Women and appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity. Carol was also a guest host on Lorraine.   

Tough: Carol said she was finding her work commitments 'unpleasant' as she battled Covid

Tough: Carol said she was finding her work commitments ‘unpleasant’ as she battled Covid 

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