Carol Vorderman looks spectacular in her latest photo.
The former Countdown star, 60, has once again delighted her army of fans.
Carol took to social media and posed for a sultry snap.
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She wears a figure-hugging white top with skin-tight jeans with a belt and looks effortlessly chic.
Her hair appears decades younger than her actual age, is disheveled and longer than ever before.
She addressed her approximately 458,000 Twitter followers and urged her fans to watch her BBC radio show.
She tweeted: “Come to me live NOW @bbcradiowales…. With@OwainWynEvans and from Dragons’ Den the amazing and wild (in all good ways)@ DeborahMeaden… Lots of great music and A LAUGHING … Listen@BBCSoundsNOW NOW NOW. “
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Dozens of fans rushed to compliment the celebrity on her gorgeous outfit.
One user tweeted: “Looks gorgeous dream woman xxxxx.”
While another user asked, “Do you ever age?” and a third user commented, “This body is amazing.”
Another fan replied, “Looks great, also for the radio, good fun, young lady.”
How does Carol Vorderman look so young?
Carol was very vague about how she looks so good.
In 2019 she insisted, “I’m exactly the same old front.”
– Carol Vorderman @ (@carolvorders) April 3, 2021
However, a few years ago she said she was thinking about “rejuvenating”.
In 2012, she told Woman & Home magazine that she was more open to cosmetic surgery than surgery.
She said at the time: “I’m pretty lazy, but I want to get fit and go to the gym.
“And I’m about to have my eyes lasered because I’m tired of wearing glasses.
“I’m a bit scared of the idea of a full facelift because when you look in the mirror you want to look like yourself.
“But I’ll do little things, I could have an eye lift if I feel like I need one.”
What is Carol Vorderman’s exercise routine?
In the past few years, Carol has become an avid hiker and seems to have gotten into tip-top shape through regular long walks.
During a recent health campaign, she explained, “When I’m at home in Bristol, I walk six or seven miles a day around the harbor and all the little streets to see new places.
“I don’t really like gyms, running is my thing, it keeps me in shape and I notice the difference when I’m not out for a walk.”
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