She never fails to showcase her enviable hourglass figure.
And Carol Vorderman shared two sensational photos with her 112,000 Instagram followers on the Saturday before she appeared on BBC Radio Wales.
The former Countdown presenter, 60, took a mirror selfie wearing a tight white zippered shirt and black jeans, drawing attention to his incredible curves.
Wow!: Carol Vorderman flaunts her sensational hourglass figure in a skin-tight outfit as she appears on BBC Radio Wales on Saturday
The shirt, which has black details, is tucked in and half-zipped, accentuating the small waistline and sizeable bust of the media personality.
Carol wore jeans with a thick belt with gold detailing and styled the bottom with a pair of knee-high boots.
Her tousled brown hair framed her face and she looked excited before hosting her radio show with Nathan Sussex.
Sensational: Former Countdown presenter, 60, takes a mirror selfie wearing a tight white zipper shirt and black jeans, drawing attention to his incredible curves
He joked with fans: ‘Note… new phone case after hundreds of you guys complained to me! What’s broken is inside!!!!’
Posing again with his newly purchased phone case, he also wrote: ‘On air with my Nathan now @natsus1, listen @bbcsounds bbc.co.uk/radiowales’.
On Friday, the host of Pride Of Britain asked fans to think about their mischievous pet.
Radio host: On Friday, the hosts of Pride Of Britain asked fans to think about their naughty pets
‘Watch tomorrow at lunchtime for good laughs and music….@BBCRadioWales from 1130 …with me and @natsus.
‘QUESTIONS FOR YOUR Screams What’s the naughtiest thing your friend’s pet has ever done? Tell us about the wrecking dogs, runaway bunnies, and cats that cause havoc…!’ he wrote 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.
He said he found his commitment ‘unpleasant’ as he battled Covid.
Burn out: The presenter says having a busy schedule filming The Maths Factor, various TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and writing a new book leaves him feeling exhausted.
In an interview, Carol said she felt bloated and ‘very tired’ from her hectic schedule last year.
Carol told The Mirror: ‘I don’t care about being on television anymore. I worked hard last year and I don’t want to do it again.’
He says having a busy schedule filming The Maths Factor, TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and writing a new book leaves him feeling exhausted.
Stepping away from the screen: Carol is best known for co-hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 to 2008 (pictured in 2006)
He added: ‘I found lockdown difficult – like everyone else. Last Christmas I was bloated and unwell. Tired more than tired, and I found filming unpleasant.
‘In January I said to my agent, ‘I don’t do that anymore. I don’t see the point. I will concentrate on my health’, so that’s what I’ve done.’
Carol is best known for hosting the game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 to 2008.
Her enduring success on the show made her one of the highest-paid TV women in the UK, ultimately earning around £1 million per year.
She has also hosted Loose Women and appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity. Carol also hosts guests at Lorraine.
Difficult: Carol says she found her work commitments ‘unpleasant’ as she battled Covid