Carol Vorderman, 61, shows off her incredible hourglass frame in a skin-tight sports ensemble as she celebrates Easter
She is known for looking glamorous in anti-aging displays.
And Carol Vorderman looked just like that as she posed for a mirror snap on Sunday, celebrating Easter as she flaunted her figure to her 217,000 Instagram followers.
The 61-year-old wore a pair of form-fitting black leggings, as she tucked into a long-sleeved black sports top – showing off her hourglass frame.
Gorgeous: Carol Vorderman, 61, showed off her incredible hourglass frame in a form-fitting athletic ensemble on Sunday via Instagram as she celebrated Easter
The presenter let her light brown locks flow freely over her shoulders in a tousled style.
She appeared to have subtle makeup for the photo, showing off her radiant complexion with her youthful look.
Carol smiled for the camera as she wished her Instagram followers a happy Easter in the story.
Races: Later that day Carol shared that she was at East Sussex’s Plumpton Racecourse for their Easter Festival
Carol captioned: ‘Our boy Jony Max had a great day winning @plumptonracecourse today. Happy Easter Jony Max…here with our brilliant trainer @christianwilliamsracing / Go Jony’
She also explained that she had a “busy but good Easter”, as she prepared to spend her Easter Sunday on horse racing day.
Later that day, Carol shared that she was at Plumpton Racecourse in East Sussex for their Easter Festival.
She shared inside snaps from the day, including her excitement when her horse Jony Max won at the races – posting a host of proud snaps.
Day outside: She shared indoor shots of the day of her horse Jony Max, who took part in the races
Proud: She also shared her pride when Jony Max won the Easter Festival
Posting a photo of the horse and his trainer, Carol captioned: “Our boy Jony Max had a great day winning at @plumptonracecourse today. Happy Easter Jony Max…here with our brilliant trainer @christianwilliamsracing / Go Jony ‘
Carol has previously spoken of her love for horse racing, which came to light while working on Countdown – sharing the passion with her late co-star Richard Whiteley.
She told The Sun: “Whiters and I had a few horses together. We were always at the races, whether it was Ascot, especially York, Ripon.
“We recorded Countdown in Leeds, so we were Yorkshire fans. Middlehman is also beautiful, where many coaches have their beautiful gardens. I liked it. Love it, love it, love it!
Countdown: Carol has previously opened up about her love for horse racing, which came to light during her work on Countdown – sharing the passion with her late co-star Richard Whiteley