Carol Vorderman has taken to social media to post a sizzling selfie, showing off her stunning hourglass figure.
The 60-year-old glamourpuss snapped up a storm as she took some stunning selfies in a full-length mirror.
In the snap, the former Countdown presenter wore some skinny black jeans with a big belt, teamed with a long-sleeved white top that had a zip going down the centre, which she had unzipped slightly.
She teamed the look with some above-the-knee boots that elevated the look.
Her outfit accentuated her stunning hourglass figure as it cinched in her waist and showed off her curvaceous hips.
Carol's brunette locks were tousled as she clutched her phone and grinned for the camera, as she advertised going on air with BBC Sounds.
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Posting the snaps on Twitter as well as her Instagram stories, her Twitter followers were loving her stunning selfies.
Commenting on her ageless appearance, one wrote: "Beautiful beyond words, madam, people should learn from you how to age gracefully!"
Another tweeted: “Like a fine wine getting better with age!”
A third added: "Are you the next Bond girl ?"
While a fourth said: "Looking too good for radio."
Carol’s sizzling outfit snap came after she recently revealed she no longer wants to put an emphasis on being on TV.
The star, who is a qualified pilot, has had a career spanning over three decades, but now wants to take a step back from the limelight.
It has been reported that the 60-year-old simply can't believe she's been hosting The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, for 22 years.
The stunning star said she feels as though she's still in her 20s and despite what her birth certificate states she has said she has "got the greatest sense of freedom that I’ve ever had".
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Carol is now looking forward to the next chapter of her life. The ex-Countdown presenter who was close to her mother has said: “I was a good daughter to my mum until she died in 2017,
"And I’ve looked after my kids, Katie, 29, and 24-year-old Cameron, as a single parent, and they’re happy."
She continued: "So it’s like… what shall I do now?”
Speaking about her lengthy career which spans over 30 years, she continued: “And next year it will be 40 years since Countdown started.
“But 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.”
During the lockdowns that happened as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Carol kept herself busy.
The maths genius kept busy by filming a "couple of new TV shows and books" as well as new scenes for The Maths Factor.
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