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Carol Vorderman, 61, sizzles in figure-hugging leggings as she shows off ageless beauty

Carol Vorderman has left her loyal legion of fans hot under the collar after posting a snap of herself donning some extremely tight leggings.Showing off her ultra peachy posterior, Carol's fans were overjoyed with the display and said that "she knew what she was doing" when she posted the revealing snap. The blonde-haired beauty, 61, could be seen snapping up a storm while donning a black long-sleeved t-shirt and some peach and black flared leggings.

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Carol Vorderman's 'special friends' dating admission as Gogglebox star vows to stay single
Carol Vorderman, 61, is among some of the biggest household names in the UK, and is best known for co-hosting on Countdown.So it comes as no surprise that the star's love life often draws attention from her devoted fans. In the past, she has made headlines thanks to her high-profile relationships with journalist and broadcaster Des Kelly and Red Arrows veteran Graham Duff.When she first met them, however, she already had two marriages behind her.Her first husband was Christopher Mather, to whom she tied the knot in 1985 at the age of 24. Christopher was an international rugby league player at the time.The couple divorced a year later in 1986.Since the split, Carol has spoken on her BBC Radio Wales radio show about their relationship, revealing the marriage was rocky, with the couple splitting up and then getting back together many times.By 1990, the then-29-year-old was remarried to Patrick King, a management consultant.The pair had two children together, Katie and Cameron.Carol and Patrick remained married for 10 years before getting a divorce in 2000.Just a year prior, Carol met broadcaster and British journalist Des Kelly at a Christmas party in 1999.They lived together in London from 2001, as well as spending time in their second house in West Cork, Ireland.After five years of being in a relationship together, the couple separated in December 2006.
Carol Vorderman ‘willing to mud wrestle’ Susanna Reid over 'love of her life' Rob Rinder
Carol Vorderman, 61, has jokingly issued Susanna Reid with a warning as she quipped that the Good Morning Britain star was trying to steal Rob Rinder from her. In a hilarious rant posted on social media, the Countdown star joked about fighting Susanna over “the love of her life”, ITV’s Judge Rob Rinder, whom she had interviewed for a recent podcast.She shared a video of herself speaking to the camera in view of her 225,000 Instagram followers as she gave Susanna a warning.Carol said: “Well I'm happy to say I've had a lovely day because we've been recording lots of interviews for the Pride of Britain podcast that's going out at the moment.“If you haven't heard one yet or watched one yet then just go to one of the social channels and I hope you enjoy it.“But do you know what our winners on Pride of Britain are? Extraordinary.“I mean they are so just...special and I've found that I'm learning a lot from them and I have today.”Carol continued: “I also...was interviewing the love of my life Rob Rinder, Judge Rob Rinder.“Susanna Reid keeps trying to take him away from me.“I’ve told her I'm willing to mud wrestle her for him.“But she hasn't taken me up on that yet sadly.”The TV star jokingly doubled down on her fight warning for Susanna, who she said has not yet accepted the challenge.She wrote: “I've had a lovely day interviewing some of our former @prideofbritain winners for our new podcast EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE -THE PRIDE OF BRITAIN.
Carol Vorderman looks incredible as she dons green jumpsuit for special anniversary
Countdown legend Carol Vorderman, 61, looked incredible in a recent snap as she marked a lovely anniversary.The beautiful mathematician posed for a snap as she squeezed into a tight-fitted green jumpsuit alongside her BBC Radio Wales friend Nathan Sussex.Resharing Nathan's Instagram story, the pair could be seen matching and posing with huge grins beside decorations in the BBC Radio Wales studio.Nathan captioned the picture: "3 years ago met ma radio wife @carolvorders the green goddesses."The pair can be heard chatting away on Carol's radio show Carol Vorderman on BBC Radio Wales every Saturday at 11.30am.She accentuated her beauty in the snap as she showed off her incredible new hair transformation.The former Countdown star recently posed for a series of pictures with her new hair as she was driven into work on her BBC show.She posed for a selfie in black leggings and a grey top as she showed off her new do.Carol captioned her makeover snap: "Curly top" with red, white and blue love hearts.Carol's loyal legion of fans flocked to the comment section to compliment how beautiful she looked.Many fans were blown over by her new hairstyle, with one writing: "You look so beautiful, Carol."Another posted: "That's a truly lovely pic, Carol - you look awesome natural and real as well as camera ready ."A third wrote: "Beautiful as ever." She told listeners to her BBC Wales show, "Curly top went to a cracking party all yesterday. Tell me this for a shoutout - what's the best party you've ever been to? I might even tell you some of mine (the ones I won't be taken off air telling anyway)."Carol has been to plenty of parties recently and was even impressed in a flight suit at the premiere of Top Gun: Maverick.
Carol Vorderman warns she'll 'mud wrestle' Susanna Reid for 'trying to take away' co-star
Carol Vorderman has taken to Instagram to reveal that she's challenged Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid, 51, to a "mud wrestle" over Judge Rob Rinder as she shares an update on her day.The Countdown legend, 61, shared the insight in a clip on Instagram as she recorded podcasts for the Pride of Britain Awards.In view of her 225,000 followers, the mathematician told her fans what she'd been busy getting up to.Appearing in front of the camera with her blonde curls in a wavy fashion, the stunning star shared her update.Carol said: "Well, I'm happy to say I've had a lovely day because we've been recording lots of interviews for the Pride of Britain podcast that's going on at the moment."If you haven't heard one yet or watched one yet then just go to one of the social channels and I hope you enjoy itA post shared by Carol Vorderman (@carolvorders)"But do you know what, our winners of Pride of Britain are extraordinary, they are just special."And I've found that I'm learning a lot from them and I have today," she added.Carol went on to reveal that one of her guests was ITV star, Judge Rob Rinder.She gushed: "I also was interviewing the love of my life, Judge Rob Rinder."Susanna Reid keeps trying to take him away fro me"I've told her I'm willing to mud wrestle her for him."But she hasn't taken me up on it yet, sadly," the star cheekily added.Rob previously shared an insight into his friendship with Susanna with year, Robert joined the mother-of-three on the GMB panel following the departure of host Piers Morgan.Reflecting on his friendship with the former BBC Breakfast presenter, Robert told how they hit it off straight away while meeting for work.He told "It was just a random series
Meghan and Harry praised as Loose Women's Jane Moore urges royals quit 'petty squabbles'
Prince Harry and Prince William to quit "petty squabbles" after the royals were sat apart at the thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.The Loose Women host also credited Meghan Markle following her low-key appearance at the celebrations.Writing in her latest column, the 60-year-old noted how the royal brothers were not pictured together while marking their grandmother's 70-year reign.The ITV favourite questioned if the pair had realised "life's too short" to hold any animosity.Despite both siblings being at the same event, the two were seated far apart and were not seen interacting or even standing next to one another.It comes after Harry and his wife Meghan made their first public appearance at a royal event since stepping down as senior royals in 2020.Jane noted that the Duke of Sussex's face was "riven with nervous apprehension" as he walked to his seat in St Paul's Cathedral.She wrote: "Probably because he knew all eyes would be on him and William as they sat rows apart."They studiously avoided any public interaction with each other but, notably, while the rest of the congregation stared ahead, they both looked upwards at the same time."Were they thinking of their mother Diana?"She added to The Sun: "Either way, let’s hope it gave them both food for thought that life’s too short for petty squabbles."Meanwhile, the Loose Women panel member applauded Meghan and Harry's appearance at the Jubilee celebrations.The columnist suggested the royal couple handled the bank holiday weekend "very well".She commented: "They turned up to show their respect, kept a low profile, then quietly returned to the US without fanfare."Carol Vorderman, 61, stuns in very tight-fitting green
‘Message couldn’t be clearer’ Carol Vorderman swipes at PM as he’s booed outside St Paul's
Carol Vorderman, 61, shared her brutal reaction after Boris Johnson, 57, and his wife Carrie, 34, were loudly booed and jeered by crowds outside St Paul’s Cathedral.The couple attended the service of thanksgiving at the London cathedral to mark Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee.The hostile reception was heard as the Prime Minister walked up the steps to the entrance.BBC reporter, Jane Hill, captured the moment and said: “The Prime Minister just arriving with his wife.“There is really quite a lot of booing, actually.“A substantial amount.“That was quite a moment."We definitely haven't heard that for any other VIP guest."Former Countdown star Carol then shared the clip to her 482,000 Twitter followers.In the caption, she quipped: “Bring Your Own Boos.“The message could not be clearer Boris #PlatinumJubilee.”Plenty of Carol’s followers took to the comments to share their thoughts.Mark asked: “Depends who is doing the booing as we’ve seen already.’To which FY Eye responded: “Well it certainly won’t be the left because they were all boycotting jubilee celebrations.The Boris hate isn’t just confined to left wingers anymore it seems."Pat added: “Problem is, I doubt he realised the boos were for him.”While Tony joked: “I generally do not like booing but I will make an exception this time.”And Jack quipped: “Someone get Vorders a job as a headline writer ASAP!”Former Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron, and Theresa May were also in attendance for today’s service.Other politicians including Sajid Javid, Liz Truss, Priti Patel, Keir Starmer and Nicola Sturgeon also took seats at St Paul's.
Ruth Langsford reacts as husband Eamonn Holmes shares bizarre photo amid health woes
Eamonn Holmes, 62, took to Instagram yesterday to make a joke over his latest health woes.The GB News presenter left many with a few giggles, including his wife, Loose Women's Ruth Langsford, 62.Eamonn took to Instagram in view of his 756,000 followers to share a snap of his back as he underwent cupping therapy.The presenter can be seen covered in wooden cups as they suctioned onto his back.Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine, which originated in China, in which a local suction is created on the skin with the application of heated cups.The treatment is said to help decrease pain and inflammation, increase blood flow, reduce stress and even help things like skin issues or cellulite.A post shared by Eamonn Holmes OBE (@eamonnholmes)He captioned the post: "My osteo James has just gone home. How am I supposed to get into bed now?????"Many social media users, including Eamonn's wife Ruth took to the comments to joke with the presenter.Along with two laughing emojis, Ruth commented: "My ninja turtle!"While Carol Vorderman said: "That actually looks HORRIFIC."Lisa Snowdon continued: "Ruth will be playing the peace pipes on your back."Social media user Annielou175 jokes: "Flipping heck!! You look like a hedgehog."Lane_nic added: "At least Ruth will get a good night's sleep as you won’t be snoring on your back."The presenter has been very open about his recent health woes, telling of his battle with chronic pain last year after a dislocated pelvis led to three slipped discs.Eamonn said in a recent interview how swearing has helped him deal with the agony of his chronic back pain.Writing in Best magazine, he said: "Swearing has got a bad reputation – which I personally think it doesn't deserve.
Carol Vorderman says she 'broke the internet' with busty pilot outfit at Top Gun premiere
Carol Vorderman has admitted that she "broke the internet" after arriving at the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in London in a busty pilot outfit earlier this week.The star, 61, made the comments on her BBC Radio Wales show where she gushed over having attended the star-studded fim premiere.Speaking on her show, the mother of two admitted that she "went a bit mad" with her figure-hugging outfit.She said: "I'll tell you what did come, love of aircraft, love of noise and the need for speed came to town, came to London this week."I was very lucky to go to the Top Gun premiere"Looking sensational may I say," her co-host chipped in.Carol continued: "I went as 'Matherick' in a sort of flying suit, hashtag, girls fly too!" she exclaimed."You broke the internet," her co-star replied."I did go a little bit mad," Carol admitted, adding, "anyway, we love that don't we.""Never want to be knowingly quiet," she said before continuing on with the show.A post shared by Carol Vorderman (@carolvorders)Carol stole the show as she rocked a flight suit for the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in London on Thursday evening.She stunned in a khaki jumpsuit that hugged the presenter's famous curves at the star-studded event.The beauty had previously hinted she had planned to rock her Top Gun pilot suit for the film's London premiere and the age-defying beauty did not disappoint.The mathematician almost spilled out of the low-cut jumpsuit as she left the top buttons undone.Carol accessorised the outfit with a black belt that cinched her tiny waist.She teamed her look with a pair of heeled boots which elongated her long legs.The on-screen star posed for pictures wearing aviator sunglasses and later placed them on her outfit.Earlier in the day, Carol had
Jeremy Clarkson's daughter has ingenious way of putting off vile men flashing her online
Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily has opened up about her experience online, where she says men have “cyberflashed” her.The 27-year-old has revealed that she has been harassed by men who have sent naked pictures of themselves to the star.She also called out social media site Instagram after she said she was targeted “relentlessly” by the vile pictures, of which she has devised a plan against.Emily, who hosts the Should I Delete That? podcast, has admitted that she replies with a fake message in an attempt to scare off the trolls.She sends them a message supposedly from “AI technology” which has “recognised” that the picture has been sent, which then requests the sender to “reply” before their “account is terminated by the end of the day”.Emily said: “It’s great to see all these men writing back: ‘Help!’”The influencer has also been an advocate for tougher sexual harassment laws and wants “cyberflashing” to be included under the umbrella.The Sunday Times reported that Emily said that Instagram has done “nothing really” in regards to the phenomenon: “I report them and [Instagram] says: ‘It does not go against our guidelines’.”Emily also added that the platform removes “uncovered female nipples” because they violate the site’s nudity guidelines.To try and tackle the issue, Emily and a few famous friends, including Love Island contestant Sharon Gaffka and Countdown’s Carol Vorderman, met with digital and culture secretary Nadine Dorries.The group wanted to talk about the Online Safety Harms Bill, which was announced in the Queen’s Speech and promises to bring people “one step closer to a safer environment”.Some believe that the bill doesn’t go far enough in a bid to protect internet users and Clarkson spoke her thoughts.She
'How are we going to get out?!’ Carol Vorderman let's slip 'biggest fear' to Myleene Klass
 BBC Radio Wales presenter Carol Vorderman, 61, has opened up about her “biggest fear” in a candid chat with Myleene Klass, 44.The former Countdown star admitted that she dreaded the idea of being caught in a house fire, as the pair talked tactics on how best to escape.Myleene appeared on Carol’s radio show today to speak about her new book, They Don’t Teach This at School: Essential Knowledge to Tackle Everyday Challenges.One of the lessons from the book revolves around fire safety and how best to prepare your family in the event of a fire at home.Myleene was chatting to Carol about the importance of “empowering children to act” if a fire occurs, when the presenter made a surprising confession. Speaking about the different subjects tackled in Myleene’s book, Carol said: “Well that was going to be my next one to be perfectly honest, because it’s probably my biggest fear.”The star went on to talk about how she loathed the idea of being trapped in a house as it went up in flames.“You know, I’ve lived in lots of different properties through the years,” she explained.“And it is like: ‘How are we going to get out? How are we going to get out? “‘How are we going to get out?! What happens if there’s smoke?’“So yeah, I would say it was my biggest fear, to be honest,” Carol concluded. Myleene went on to point out that, while there are often fire safety drills carried out in schools and offices, the same cannot be said for people’s homes. She went on to suggest that there would be much less to fear if people took the time to educate themselves and their children on the issue. The former Hear’Say singer even spoke about turning fire safety into a game with her kids, making it a competition to find the exits and learning how to act
'Bit confused’ Nick Hewer baffled over calls for Carol Vorderman to return to Countdown
Carol Vorderman could be set to return to Countdown following Anne Robinson's departure from the Channel 4 show. Anne, 77, announced earlier this week that she's set to step down as Countdown host after less than a year in the job, and there have been lots of rumours and suggestions as to who might take over as the new presenter on the popular game show. One name that's been mentioned as a possible replacement is someone who's by no means a stranger to the programme is former numbers expert Carol, who is reportedly a top choice for the role among show bosses.But former host Nick Hewer, who presented the show for almost a decade between 2012 and 2021, reckons she might not be the right choice, in part because she's too closely associated with another job on the programme.Asked about the possibility in an interview with, he said: "I've been on her show a couple of times, she's got a [BBC] Radio Wales show."I don't know whether there would be a sort of conflict in a way because both she and Rachel [Riley] did the same job.So I don't know."I think she's a very popular woman, but I would have thought that it would slightly confuse the audience, which is a very faithful audience, [with] some people watching it for years and yearsHe added, "I just think that there might be – people might be a bit confused."For her part, Vorderman recently said it would be "an honour" to return to the show and thanked fans for their comments, but appeared to distance herself from the gig by wishing luck to the future host."I want to wish whoever is the lucky human to be the new host all the love and 9 letter words in the world," she wrote on Twitter.For who else might be a good fit for the job, Hewer had a wealth of suggestions,
Katie Piper reveals she 'dreads' doing mainstream TV shows over fear of trolling
Loose Women star, 38, appeared on the first episode of the Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain's Extraordinary People podcast and shed light on her experience after becoming a victim of an acid attack in 2008.Katie bravely waived her right to anonymity in 2009 to raise awareness about burn victims and documented her experience on Channel 4's Katie: My Beautiful Face.Now, the mum-of-two has explained that going out in public after her attack was "really hard".Speaking on the podcast, hosted by Carol Vorderman, Katie said: "When it's something visual, like a facial disfigurement, going out in public's really hard."There were some lovely ways people reacted, the small smiles, a nod of the head, that feeling that as a whole we're pretty decent people and that’s really reassuring, that helps your mental recovery as well as the physical."She went on to say: "I had lost my eyesight, had burns, I'd lost parts of my oesophagus and had internal damage, when you see the words written on the paper that you’re disabled, you must apply for disability benefit, you just ring the DVLA, that feels quite final."And when you're in your twenties; disease, disability, sickness, it's so sudden, you kind of have to go on a spiritual journey."So when you look at what disability is in society, 15 years ago, it's placing very limited expectations on people and saying you can only be one thing."Katie added: "They don't say that disabled people are attractive or sexy, we don't say they're CEOs or trailblazers or ambitious."The outside is absolutely changed on me and the inside is being quite battered and challenged but I am still me, you always have your soul intact."While she may be used to appearing on programmes such as Loose Women and ITV's
Carol Vorderman would be 'honoured' to return to Countdown after Anne Robinson exit headline which read: “Carol Vorderman breaks silence on Anne Robinson’s Countdown exit as fans beg her to return.” The message was tweeted in view of Carol’s 481,100 followers. She wrote: “Thank you to all of you saying such lovely things about a possibility of me returning to Countdown. “You're very kind & it would be an honour."“But I want to wish whoever is the lucky human to be the new host all the love and 9 letter words in the world.” “#CountWell #HappyDays.” Fans were quick to jump on to the post and share their excitement at the possibility of Carol’s return.@Rolf164 commented: “It would be so great to see you on there”.@PhilBayliss4 wrote: “Morning Vorders, although it would be lovely to see you back on Countdown, it's not usually a good idea to go backwards!”@_ShinySilvery said: “You’ve also seen guys come and go from Richard’s chair, and am so happy to hear you’d deem it an honour!  “They tried a woman in the chair and it was so obvious the ‘Queen of Mean’ was an unsuitable choice. “The management need to make good with you and have the laughter back too!” @Baberton33 wrote jokingly: “That would be something if you take the seat that was once occupied by the Mayor of Wetwang.” Anne had replaced former host Nick Hewer last year. She announced her departure from the show in a statement earlier this week in which she said she had stayed “longer than I signed up for.”The presenter continued, saying she hoped an older woman would replace her. She also took the opportunity to remind Countdown bosses that women in the later end of their 70’s are still capable of taking senior positions.Anne continued: “I’ve had a blast hosting this wonderful show.