Carol Vorderman, 60, wows fans as she poses in skintight red trousers for day at the rugby

CAROL Vorderman showed off her stunning figure in red leather trousers as she got behind her favourite rugby team.

The beloved TV star, 60, donned the colours of Welsh team Scarlets Rugby as went to her first live game in "so long".


Carol posed in the leather trousers which she matched with white top, thick black belt and gold buckle, black heeled boots and a green coat.

She shared a series of fun photos with friends at the game and captioned some of the post in her native Welsh tongue.

"Having a great time @scarlets_rugby….diolch yn fawr (thank you very much ❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿)," she wrote.

"Not been at a game for so long (covid)….come on bois. With naughty Wynne @wynneevans and Mooney @rupertmoon."

Her fans loved her day out at the rugby and her stylish outfit.

"Absolutely beautiful," commented one fan.

Another added: "Best looking woman at the Rugby 🏉 🔥❤️😍."

And a third wrote: "Looking beautiful🔥."

Carol's sports day came after she burst with pride on Instagram over the weekend as she revealed her scientist daughter Katie had handed in her PhD thesis in a bid to "cure cancer".

The TV favourite first of all re-posted a beaming selfie that 30-year-old Katie had shared, showing herself holding onto a glass of gin as she told followers: "ONLY ONE THING THIS FACE MEANS!!!"

Carol added: "My girl @Katie.Science handed in her PhD thesis today at Cambridge University. For the delivery of a new cancer drug specifically and only to the tumour using NANOTECHNOLOGY".

She rounded off her caption with a series of heart and strong-arm emojis.

The former Countdown presenter then added another pic of Katie with her fist in the air as she posed in her laboratory.

Katie is Carol's oldest child with ex-husband Patrick King, with the star also mum to 24-year-old Cameron.

And she is just as proud of her son, last month gushing over him for overcoming his disability to graduate University.

She revealed at the time that Cameron had "severe special educational needs", adding: "Cam stuck with it, through endless bullying, changed school, developed strategies to learn.

"He got a first class honours degree in animation, and now he has just received his masters degree in animation and video effects."



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