Carol Vorderman, 60, shows off her hourglass curves in a figure-hugging red swimsuit as she sets out on a ‘paddling adventure’ in Wales
Carol Vorderman sent the temperature soaring when she showed off her curvaceous figure in a red bathing suit on Twitter on Thursday.
The former Countdown presenter, 60, looked incredible in the figure-hugging swimwear as she posed on her terrace in Wales.
Carol told her followers she was heading out on a ‘paddling adventure’ to make the most of the UK heat wave.
Sizzling display: Carol Vorderman sent the temperature up when she showed off her curvaceous figure in a red bathing suit on Twitter on Thursday
The one-piece emphasizes Carol’s bust and features mesh panels on the sides of the neckline.
She wore a brown sarong around her waist and opted for comfort on her feet with a pair of slippers.
Carol went makeup-free for the snap, but donned tortoiseshell sunglasses to protect her from the sun’s rays.
Stunning: The former Countdown presenter, 60, looked incredible in the figure-hugging swimwear as she posed on her terrace in Wales
Staying strong: Carol enjoyed paddleboarding in Wales during the heatwavegolf
She wrote: ‘On paddling adventure… yeee haaa’, before adding: ‘This bloomin phone needs repair’.
Earlier this month, Carol discussed how she took a break from her prestigious TV career to focus on her health after contracting Covid.
She said she found her obligations “unpleasant” during her fight against Covid.
In an interview, Carol said she felt bloated and “beyond tired” from her hectic schedule last year.
Excited: Carol shared a video while paddleboarding in Wales
Break: Carol told her fans she thought it was ‘tea time’ after spending a long time in the sea
Delighted: Carol beamed as she showed fans her picturesque location
Carol told the mirror: ‘I don’t mind being on television anymore. I worked my ass off last year and I don’t want to do it again.’
She said she was feeling burned out from a hectic schedule filming The Maths Factor, several TV shows, including Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, and making new books.
She added: ‘I found lockdown difficult – like everyone else. Last Christmas I was bloated and unwell. Tired, more than tired, and I didn’t enjoy filming.
“In January I said to my agent: ‘I just don’t do that anymore. I don’t see the point. I’m going to focus on my health’, so I’ve been working on that.’
Natural Beauty: Earlier this week Carol went to the beach in a black bathing suit amid the glorious summer weather