Carol Vorderman has modelled quite a few different hairstyles over the years, and she shared a throwback showing off one of her past looks on Wednesday.
Taking to Twitter, the mum-of-two retweeted a message from one of her fans which showed the star on the front cover of Puzzle World back in 1991.
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The 30-year-old snap proved that Carol has always looked glamorous, as she rocked a smoky eye and pale lip and her long brown hair was styled in a fashionable look for the time, with a fringe and some tousled volume on top.
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"Awwwww......I need to Puzzle more xx," wrote the 60-year-old as she shared the photo, adding a heart emoji.
Her followers were quick to reassure Carol that she looks even better today, with their comments including: "Looking more stunningly beautiful today, Carol," and: "Aged like a fine wine."
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The former Countdown co-host occasionally opens up about moments from her past on social media, varying from the light-hearted to the more serious.
Carol showed off the throwback photo on social media
At the weekend, she talked about her love for her brother in a heartfelt video.
"My brother was born in the 1950s with a severe lip cleft and palate and over the course of his life had 24 operations," Carol began the clip.
The maths whiz went on: "He was nine years older than me… I used to call him 'my little Daddy' because… it's a long story, but our father… refused to meet me, I don't know why…."
The star seemed emotional as she spoke about her family, going on to say that her brother Anton was "always kind and yet he suffered a lot of abuse because of how he looked. He grew – and still is – into one of the kindest, most loving, funny successful people I know… everybody loves my brother."
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