Carol Vorderman, 60, shows off her incredible figure in a skintight top and leggings

Carol Vorderman, 60, shows off her incredible figure in a skintight top and leggings as she heads on a hike in Wales


Carol Vorderman stunned fans with her incredible figure on Monday as she posted a set of images of herself looking extremely fit on Instagram.

The presenter, 60, showcased her enviable svelte figure as she  told her 173,000 followers that she was about to go for a walk. 

The former Countdown star looked amazing as she donned a tight fitting grey running top and grey printed leggings. 

Looking good: Carol Vorderman stunned fans with her incredible figure on Monday as she posted a set of images of herself looking extremely fit on Instagram 

 The top showcased her ample bust and highlighted her tiny toned waist.

The mathematician chose a neutral makeup palette to accompany her sporty look and wore her thick golden wavy tresses loose around her shoulders.  

Smiling for the selfie the star posted the first image with the caption, ‘walking time’ with the Welsh national flag and a love heart emoji.  

The star looked effortlessly cool as she rocked the trendy athletic wear and teased her fans with the stunning images. 

Heading out: The presenter, 60, showcased her enviable svelte figure as she told her 173,000 followers that she was about to go for a walk

Heading out: The presenter, 60, showcased her enviable svelte figure as she told her 173,000 followers that she was about to go for a walk 

Last week, the radio host appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron, 24, to discuss his special education needs.

It was revealed that Cameron has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD. Touching upon being labelled ‘disruptive’ in school, Cameron explained: ‘That was the whole thing. Being disruptive… It was in a maths lesson.

‘You’re panicking so much on keeping the rhythm with everyone else. When I can’t answer it quickly enough, you’d be disruptive because you couldn’t answer.’

Sharing just how protective she felt of her son in his younger years, Carol said ‘as a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness.’

Mother and son: Last week, the radio host appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron, 24, to discuss his special education needs

Mother and son: Last week, the radio host appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron, 24, to discuss his special education needs

She added: ‘I didn’t want him to grow up with labels,’ before saying that there were ‘early signs’ of her son’s learning difficulties.

She explained that while her eldest child Katie King, 30, was able to ‘learn the alphabet easily’ Cameron ‘couldn’t retain information’.

Carol added that Cameron needed ‘an enormous amount of assistance’ and ‘went through bullying as a kid’.

She continued: ‘It’s a long road. Your heart, your world is unhappy. I couldn’t do anything. I couldn’t give up telly – not that I wouldn’t give up telly. I didn’t know how to teach him.’

Candid: Talking to Holly and Phil, Carol said, 'as a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness'

Candid: Talking to Holly and Phil, Carol said, ‘as a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness’

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