Former Countdown star Carol Vorderman, 59, shocked in a figure-hugging white gown, which clung onto her hour glass physique. The presenter’s knee-length gown, which she paired with purple heels, additionally gave followers a glimpse of her well-defined pins.
Adding additional glamour to her look, she styled her hair in bouncy curls and wore rigorously positioned make-up.
The mother-of-two posed alongside a board in a brand new studio, the place she can be broadcasting her self-titled present on BBC Radio Wales.
She captioned the image: “Hello from our new @BBCWales building #Cardiff.
“Our wonderful @owenmoneycomic broadcast the first ever @bbcradiowales show from here this morning.
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Carol first joined the BBC station in 2018 and has since gone on to present her own radio show each week.
In a recent episode of her show, the presenter was taken aback by the meaning of a particular word.
Carol discussed teenage crushes with her co-star Nathan Sussex and comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
The latter said she had a crush on Gary Barlow in her younger years, but stunned Carol when she admitted that this was due to her thinking he was the less attractive one in Take That.
Carol then asked if Kiri if she would ever tell Gary the story about why she fancied him, if she ever met him.
The comedian replied: “Well, that’s sort of negging isn’t it, when you try to undermine someone?”
Confused by her remark, Carol queried: “What’s negging?”
Kiri defined: “Negging is big thing in dating.”
“There is so much I don’t know about negging and dating,” Carol replied, eager to know extra.
The comic then summarised what negging is, telling the hosts it’s like giving any person a praise, whereas undermining them on the similar time.
Giving an instance, she added: “That dress is really nice, I saw someone really pretty wearing it the other day.”