Carol Vorderman turns heads as she arrives at BBC radio studios

Carol Vorderman, 58, dresses her hourglass curves in skinny jeans and tight blue jumper as she arrives at BBC radio studios in Cardiff

She keeps her incredible figure in shape with 20-mile hikes around the Brecon Beacons. 

 And Carol Vorderman turned heads as she headed to the BBC Radio Wales studios in Llandaff, Cardiff to present her show on Saturday. 

The television presenter, 58, slipped into black high-waisted jeans which accentuated her famous derriere. 

All eyes on her: Carol Vorderman turned heads as she headed to the BBC Radio Wales studios in Llandaff, Cardiff to present her show on Saturday

Carol cinched in her tiny waist with a silver embossed belt and complemented the look with a powder blue jumper, which she tucked into the jeans. 

Elevating her height with suede military boots, the television presenter finished off her ensemble with a clutch bag and black sunglasses. 

Carol appeared in high spirits, flashing a smile as she headed into the studios.  

Killer curves: The television presenter, 58, slipped into black high-waisted jeans which accentuated her famous derriere

Turning heads: Carol cinched in her tiny waist with a silver embossed belt and complemented the look with a powder blue jumper, which she tucked into the jeans

Happy: Carol appeared in high spirits, flashing a smile as she headed into the studios

It comes after Carol discussed her battle against ageism with The Telegraph on Thursday, while also admitting she had no plans to ‘settle down’ in the future. 

Talking about being part of the generation who changed the gender balance in presenting, the broadcaster said: ‘There weren’t presenter jobs for women, we had to fight for all that. 

‘My generation have had to fight the fight the entire time, and things changed because [we] forced it on them.’ 

On the subject of ageism, she added that people now put those of her generation in a box of what they’re capable of achieving, which she hops will be ‘the last battle we’ll have to fight.’   

Chic: Elevating her height with suede military boots, the television presenter finished off her ensemble with a clutch bag and black sunglasses

Carol, who was previously married to Christopher Mather and Patrick King, went on to say that she wouldn’t tie the knot again because she’s ‘not very good at it.’ 

She explained: ‘If you’re happy and something’s working out, why change it? What was it Boris said the other day? “If something’s working, let them get on with it”? He was talking about business. But that’s how I feel.’ 

The trained RAF pilot also lamented the public’s interest in her looks, calculating that there are hundreds of people who share their opinion on it.

Pointing to the rise in social media and public figures like the Kardashians for the increased fascination with beauty, quickly dismissed it as a fight she didn’t want to pay attention to.

Brains and beauty: The Countdown genius keeps her incredible figure in shape with 20-mile hikes around the Brecon Beacons

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