Carol Vorderman, 59, shows off her famous bum in skintight trousers – The Sun03/08/2020
CAROL Vorderman showed off her famous curves today in some very tight pants.
The television presenter and education campaigner, 59, looked glamorous dressed in leather fronted lycra trousers with a Wales rugby shirt today.
Beaming Carol walked into a studio while carrying her coat in the chilly weather.
Back in January Carol made an impressive debut as a weather girl, speaking Welsh as she stood in on S4C and the local weather service for Wales.
The 59-year-old was raised in Prestatyn, North Wales, and shared footage of her appearance on Twitter and revealed she had only been learning the notoriously difficult language for only two months.
"Watch me being a weather woman today IN WELSH… been learning language for nearly 2 months now online with @aranjones @DailyWelshWords," she shared.
Wearing a skintight pattern dress, showing off her famous curves and award-winning bum, fans praised her quick skill at picking up the language.
"That's incredible in just 2 months! I've been going for 6 now and I don't think I'm that far," revealed one fan while added: "Excellent Carol, very impressive!"
Aran Jones, whose courses Carol has been using, also commented, adding: "Proud of how much effort and energy and passion Carol's thrown into it, certainly."
Over the years Carol has become known for her amazing figure and regularly makes headlines about the way she looks.
In 2011 and 2014 she won Rear of the Year.
However, in November she revealed that she does receive criticism on social media about the way that she dresses.
The former Countdown host said on This Morning that she was subjected to a string of ageist comments after wearing a short boob tube dress to the BAFTAs in 2000 and that she was referred to as "mutton dressed as lamb."
When asked when she had experienced ageism, Carol said: “Most of my life, let’s be fair. Twenty years ago I wore a blue dress to the BAFTAs which was above the knee, I was 39.
"That became a massive story, programmes were made about it."
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