That’s one way to make them happy! Carol Vorderman wears a Wales jersey and tight leather trousers as she warms up ahead of a rugby game
Carol Wardman shows her support for the Welsh rugby union team ahead of their clash against Australia on Saturday.
The media personality, 61, danced around in a clip before the game, showing off her age-defying figure in a pair of leather trousers which she teamed with a Wales jersey.
The blonde bombshell recorded the clip in the BBC Wales studios and danced to KC and the Sunshine Band’s Please Don’t Go with co-host Nathan Sussex.
That’s one way to make them happy! Carol Vorderman proudly wore her Wales jersey and showed off her figure in a pair of skintight leather trousers as she danced in a clip ahead of a rugby match on Saturday.
Carol looked incredible in her outfit, which showed off her gym-honed figure.
She wore her long locks out and over her shoulders in tousled curls and natural-looking makeup.
Carol dances happily along to the song and shows off her moves and at one point falls to the ground, knocking herself down.
Hot to trot: Carol looked incredible in her outfit which showed off her gym-honed figure
Despite putting in a spirited performance in the video, the Welsh rugby team lost the match against Australia with a final score of 39–34.
His post began, ‘Thanks for listening to the two of us on BBC Radio Wales… see you next week.’
‘I’m off to the game, come on CYMRUUUU [Wales],’ He added.
rocking out! The blonde bombshell recorded the clip in BBC Wales studios and danced to KC and the Sunshine Band’s Please Don’t Go with co-host Nathan Sussex
‘I’m off to the game, come on CYMRUUUU [Wales]’ she wrote in part of her post
Carol is a proud Welsh woman and earlier this year she wore a red and black bikini to show her support for her home team in the Six Nations.
Carol looked incredible in sporty swimwear as she posed for a selfie enjoying the view of the stunning Welsh coastline from her home in Wales.
Carol’s main home is in Bristol but she divides her time between Bristol, Cardiff and West Wales.
After travel restrictions prevented her from returning to her Pembrokeshire coastal retreat for months in 2020, Carol explained her reunion with Wells in an Instagram post last year.
WATCH THE VIEW: Carol is a proud Welsh woman and earlier this year she donned a red and black bikini to show her support for her home team at the Six Nations.
‘Finally after the lockdown was lifted a bit, I could come home. I grew up in North Wales and to see the sea and the mountains and the cows and the sheep and the rolling green grass (cue @realsirtomjones)… it fills my heart to the point of bursting,’ she wrote at the time .
Talking to Hello! Magazine in 2021, Carol admitted she hopes to one day live in Wales full-time.
‘I am a wanderer; I’ve always been a wanderer. I love building houses, but I don’t want to live in them too much,’ she explained.
‘I live in West Wales, between Cardiff and Bristol. I think progressively it will become all Wales. get well soon. I’m Welsh, and I like it. I want to spend a short amount of time working in London – it’s my decision. I’m only doing the things I want to do.’
Surprising! Carol’s coastal retreat has a glassed-in balcony to make the most of the jaw-dropping views over the cliffs