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Carol Vorderman sent temperatures soaring as she posed up a storm in a slew of sizzling snaps posted to Instagram on Saturday.
The TV personality, 60, looked nothing short of sensational as she showcased her svelte waist in a plunging navy pinafore dress.
Carol layered the look with a white collared long-sleeved top and flashed her toned pins with a pair of knee-high black leather boots.
Wow! Carol Vorderman sent temperatures soaring as she posed up a storm in a slew of slinky snaps posted to Instagram on Saturday
Beaming for the camera, the maths whizz sprawled her arm out and leant against the wall while her gorgeous sandy tresses cascaded over her shoulder.
She wrote in her caption: ‘See you on air BBC RADIO WALES from 1130-2pm…
‘Rugby legends all the way today….Sir Gareth Edwards, Mike Phillips and our own Ian Goughy Goughy Mun ❤️❤️❤️.
‘Tune in @bbcsounds…loads of laughing. Great music and top chat Xx.’
Last week, the former Countdown host appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron, 24, to discuss his special educational needs.
Hot stuff: The TV personality, 60, looked nothing short of sensational as she showcased her svelte waist in a figure-hugging navy mini dress
Sensational: She covered her modesty with a white collared long-sleeved top while her gorgeous sandy tresses cascaded over her shoulder
Excited: She wrote an accompanying caption updating on her show time
It was revealed that Cameron has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD. Touching upon being labelled ‘disruptive’ in school, Cameron explained: ‘That was the whole thing. Being disruptive… It was in a maths lesson…
‘You’re panicking so much on keeping the rhythm with everyone else. When I can’t answer it quickly enough, you’d be disruptive because you couldn’t answer.’
Sharing just how protective she felt of her son in his younger years, Carol said ‘as a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness.’
Mother and son: Last week, the radio host appeared on ITV’s This Morning with her son Cameron, 24, to discuss his special educational needs
She added: ‘I didn’t want him to grow up with labels,’ before saying that there were ‘early signs’ of her son’s learning difficulties.
She explained that while her eldest child Katie King, 30, was able to ‘learn the alphabet easily’ Cameron ‘couldn’t retain information’.
Carol added that Cameron needed ‘an enormous amount of assistance’ and ‘went through bullying as a kid’.
She continued: ‘It’s a long road. Your heart, your world is unhappy. I couldn’t do anything. I couldn’t give up telly – not that I wouldn’t give up telly. I didn’t know how to teach him.’
Candid: Talking to Holly and Phil, Carol said, ‘as a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness’