Carol Vorderman, 60, sizzles in eye-wateringly tight leather trousers and Welsh Rugby Union top


Carol Vorderman, 60, shows off her figure in tight leather trousers and a Welsh Rugby Union top ahead of team’s game against South Africa


She regularly shares sizzling selfies on her social media pages.

And Carol Vorderman, 60, stayed true to form on Saturday as she donned a pair of eye-wateringly snug leather trousers and her Welsh Rugby Union for a snap.

The television presenter showcased her enviable curves in her black trousers which were cinched in at the waist by a patent belt.

Sensational: Carol Vorderman, 60, sizzled on on Saturday as she donned a pair of eye-wateringly snug leather trousers and her Welsh Rugby Union for an Instagram snap

Sensational: Carol Vorderman, 60, sizzled on on Saturday as she donned a pair of eye-wateringly snug leather trousers and her Welsh Rugby Union for an Instagram snap

The maths whizz wore her red and blue top with the Welsh name for Wales, Cymru, emblazoned across it.

Carol’s highlighted blonde hair could be seen tumbling down onto her shoulders as she took a picture of herself in the mirror.

She captioned her post: ‘It’s GAME DAY @welshrugbyunion vs South Africa @bokke_official…..so exciting to be back in the @principalitysta later on.

In style: The television presenter showcased her enviable curves in her black trousers which were cinched in at the waist by a patent belt

In style: The television presenter showcased her enviable curves in her black trousers which were cinched in at the waist by a patent belt

‘My Saturday Radio show first on @bbc RADIO WALES from 1130-2pm with my boys @owainwynevans and @natsus1. 

‘So radio show, the big game and perhaps a party. Happy days.’

Wales were set to play South Africa at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff at 5.30pm on Saturday, after Carol’s BBC Wales Saturday radio show at 11.30am.

Sporty: She wore her red and blue rugby top with the Welsh name for Wales, Cymru, emblazoned across it

Sporty: She wore her red and blue rugby top with the Welsh name for Wales, Cymru, emblazoned across it

It comes after Carol was in a sentimental mood on Tuesday as she marked 39 years since Countdown was first broadcast. 

Taking to Instagram, the mathematician shared a still of herself from the first episode aged 21.  

She wrote: ’39 years ago today I started on the telly with my beloved Richard Whiteley on Countdown as the first ever show broadcast on the new channel 4.

‘I was 21. We had 23 cheeky, happy, laughing years together until he died. The clock stopped too soon and I still miss him

‘We were so excited about the 1st show 1982. I had a proper job then & Countdown was an extra.

‘We never thought it would last beyond the 8 weeks it was booked for! I was paid £20 a show which was a fortune to me. Richard & I worked hard. I made 5,000 shows over 26 years.’ 

Richard passed away in 2005 after an unsuccessful emergency operation for endocarditis due to heart problems.  

Memories: Reflecting on her 26 years on the programme on its 39th anniversary, Carol shared a throwback image from her first episode alongside a lengthy caption this week

Memories: Reflecting on her 26 years on the programme on its 39th anniversary, Carol shared a throwback image from her first episode alongside a lengthy caption this week

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