CAROL Vorderman has set pulses racing with a sultry Easter selfie, showing off her curves in skin-tight leggings.
The glamorous star took to her Instagram stories on Sunday afternoon to flaunt her figure to her 217,000 adoring followers.
Carol posed for a selfie before heading to the racesCredit: Instagram
She’s no stranger to showing off her figure on social mediaCredit: instagram
Carol, 61, sported a pair of black figure-hugging leggings and a long-sleeved sports top as she showed off her figure.
She let her long brown locks flow freely over her shoulders as she posed in the mirror of her home.
The former Countdown star looked to have opted for a subtle palette of make-up, showing off her youthful skin.
“Busy Easter but a good one,” Carol captioned the snap, as she prepared to spend Easter Sunday at the horse races.
Carol is no stranger to showing off her incredible figure on social media, and regularly treats fans to sultry selfies.
Last month, she revealed her amazing figure in a skintight bodysuit as she headed out for lunch.
She also donned a pair of Lycra leggings for another sexy snap, showing off her long, toned legs.
Vorders recently set pulses racing by appearing to pose completely naked in a hot tub.
Carol stripped off to a nude coloured two piece while in Portugal as she attended a juice retreat.
Earlier this year, Carol sold her £2.6million home with sprawling swimming pool in favour of a £40k camper van.
The TV star decided to put her beloved mansion Sloblock Hall – a Countdown anagram of “B*****ks” Hall – up for sale in Bristol last year, and she is now heading for a life on the open road.
The mum-of-two, who also has a home in her beloved Pembrokeshire, will be converting her new MAN TGE van into a stunning motorhome, which she has already dubbed “Vordersvan.”
Her accommodation last night featured a bed, hammocks, a mini log burner and a projector for watching films on the van door.
She said: ” I definitely want a wood burner in our van – we are gonna have lots of adventures.
“Bed at the back. Stand on it and climb through the skylight. Benches that fold up and down to sit on the roof… imagine our views from there.”