Carol Vorderman, 58, showed off her curvaceous figure at the Welsh Grand National in Chepstow, Wales, in a seriously sexy red ensemble.

The Countdown icon slipped into a red dress, which fell just above her knees for the prestigious horse racing event.

Sharing a picture of her outfit on Twitter with her 385,000 followers, she captioned the image: “The Welsh Dragon in red ready for the ⁦@Coral⁩ Welsh Grand National at ⁦@Chepstow_Racing⁩.”

In the stunning photo, Carol is seen smiling as she proudly showcased her phenomenal physique in the plunging attire.

The dress had a daring slit at the centre of the garment, which teased a hint of cleavage and highlighted her feminine features.

She wore a cosy sheepskin coat over the glamorous dress, but left the winter jacket open to reveal her latest sartorial choice.

What’s more, her chestnut locks were parted in the centre and left to drape across her shoulders.

The mother-of-two also sported natural make-up, consisting of nude lipstick, light blusher and coral eyeshadow.

Her photograph received more than 1,000 likes in less than 24 hours and she was inundated with compliments from her fans.

Under the snap, one fan wrote: “Still looking absolutely amazing,” while another said: “Wow, you look stunning Carol.”

A third person added: “One of my favourite people hands down. A class act.”

Someone else commented: “Looking fabulous in red Ms Vorderman,” as another penned: “Just beautiful Carol, red is definitely your colour.”

Meanwhile, a sixth commentator quipped: “Still good with figures I see,” while another fan gushed: “Wow, what a look, just so adorable.”

Carol recently revealed her “relationship deal-breaker” when she opened up on her love of sprouts on BBC Radio Wales.

She admitted the much-debated vegetable had caused some problems within her relationships.

“This morning I really want your help. I have got some answers in about spouts already and I’m not sure I like the answers,” she began.

“I am a sprout lover, love me, love my brassicas, so far we only have sprout haters.”

She added: “I do want your opinions on sprouts. Are you a fan of the beautiful brassica?

“It’s a deal-breaker with me in every relationship, mainly because I tend to eat them all year round.”

She continued: “Like puppies, sprouts are not just for Christmas in my house. I eat them about three times a week, so you can probably understand why it’s a deal-breaker.”


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