Carol Vorderman has taken to social media with another sizzling bikini snapshot. The 60-year-old showcased her incredible figure as she posed on a blue sofa wearing a red bikini top with turquoise detailing and a short wraparound skirt.
Fitness fanatic Carol is pictured in profile with one arm up holding her head as she smiles into the distance. Her newly-dyed hair has been left to fall down past her shoulders. Also visible is her taut and toned stomach and her long legs. "It's hot down here #neverrainsinwales.....getting good at chillin' Happy Monday," she captioned the image.
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Unsurprisingly, the photo's comments section quickly blew up. "Wow and wow again!" one follower remarked, while a second wrote: "You are truly beyond perfect." "Simply. Gorgeous," said a third and a fourth told the star: "The ultimate lady. Brains and beauty."
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Carol looks sensational in her latest Instagram photo
Maths genius Carol is quite the fitness fan, often posting on social media about her workouts and coins her healthy, balanced diet a source of "brain power", encouraging others to enjoy brain-boosting foods and a diet that includes plenty of fruit and veg, low-fat protein and starchy, fibre-rich carbs.
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A typical lunch for Carol, taken from her book Eat Yourself Clever, is a tuna Nicoise salad and a pot of yoghurt or fromage frais. A balanced leafy green salad with protein-rich eggs and tuna as a source of omega-3 is the perfect midday meal for the former Countdown star.
The star is a fitness fan and enjoys a healthy, balanced diet
Mum-of-two Carol is also a fan of intermittent fasting and 28-day detox diets – but never denies herself a treat when she wants one. Writing in her book, Detox Your Life, Carol said: "The detox is not about counting calories or fat units, it's about being aware of the kinds of foods we put into our bodies. It's about eating more, not less".
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