Carol Vorderman appeared to be making the most of the spring heatwave as she slipped into a striking red swimsuit while topping up her tan in Wales.
The 60-year-old former Countdown star, who grew up in the Welsh town of Prestatyn, couldn’t be happier after she arrived at her second home in Pembrokeshire over the weekend.
It marks the first time that the mum of two has been able to return to Wales since the coronavirus travel restrictions were eased.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, it appears that the television star was enjoying yet another sunfilled day as she slipped into the gorgeous swimsuit.
In the snap, Carol angled her camera downward as she showed off her outfit while looking away at the picturesque setting beyond.
As well as showing off her trim physique in the cutout swimsuit, Carol finished her look off with a pair of shades and let her long locks fall naturally around her shoulders.
“It is beyond roasting hot here…..whoah…..swimming cossie on….. Happy days #WestWales,” Carol penned alongside the snap.
Naturally, the television star was swiftly inundated with compliments from her fans as they swooned over the steamy picture.
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Carol’s latest snap follows on from several earlier bikini-clad snaps that she had shared with her social media followers.
Just a few days earlier, the Countdown whiz sent social media into meltdown as she slipped into a bikini that was emblazoned with the Welsh flag.
Her slew of sizzling pictures came shortly after Carol revealed that she had been inundated with messages after she signed up to the exclusive dating app, Raya.
Speaking to The Sun back in February, she explained that she received messages from men and women but didn’t really enjoy the online dating game.
” A mate of mine said it would be a laugh,” she told The Sun at the time. “A lot of LA people made contact, men and women funnily enough, but it’s not my scene.
“I’m quite happy with my usual way of doing things. But life is never dull.”
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