Carol Vorderman arrived for her weekly Saturday morning radio show at Cardiff’s BBC studios in stunningly patriotic style.
The former Countdown star, who hails from Prestatyn in North Wales, donned her Welsh rugby shirt in support of her country’s team ahead of their 2020 Six Nations showdown against England.
Confidently showing off her incredible figure in a pair of skin-tight leather-look trousers and red top, the former Countdown star embraced her fabulous curves and opted for lightly curled hair as she turned up to present the show.
Carol, 59, was spotted strutting her way up the Llandaff studio’s steps before her BBC Radio Wales show on Saturday morning.
The presenter gave fans a peak at her game day outfit on her social media before the match, captioning a snap of her grinning in her jersey: “It's GAME DAY @WelshRugbyUnion.”
She added: “For a shoutout on my show TODAY @bbcradiowales tell me where you'll be, (from any nation), to watch the game #ENGvWAL,” before signing off: “COME ON CYMRU.”
After a devastating 33-30 defeat, Carol wished her fans a good night, tweeting: “Nos da xx Night all…. [heart] broken….xx”
The presenter has been a regular on British TV screens after spending 26 years working on Countdown.
The mum-of-two is particularly well known for her amazing derriere and was even ranked ‘rear of the year’ twice in 2011 and 2014.
Welsh raised Carol recently stunned fans by delivering an entire weather report in one of the oldest living languages in Europe, despite only studying it for two months.
She decided to learn her Welsh as part of a challenge to master Cymraeg alongside other Welsh celebs.
Among the other famous Wales natives that have taken part in the challenge is Gavin and Stacey’s Ruth Jones.
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