She rarely goes a week without updating her loyal legion of fans with another sensational snap online.
And Carol Vorderman did not disappoint on Thursday (March 16), as the former Countdown star posed up a storm at Cheltenham Racecourse.
It comes after the beloved festival decided to scrap is strict dress code for the first time in its 200-year reign – but the maths whizz made sure to bring the glamour for the star-studded event
For the third day of the event at the gorgeous Gloucestershire venue, the 62-year-old telly favourite enhanced her ageless beauty with a timeless ensemble.
It’s fair to say the mum-of-two looked nothing short of sensational as she worked her best angles for the paparazzi in an aqua blue coat which featured a dramatic fur collar.
She layered her statement winter coat over a black T-shirt which she teamed with a pair of black skintight leggings.
The mathematician elevated the look with a pair of black heeled boots and tied the look together with a dramatic black belt that cinched in her waist and emphasised her hourglass figure.
Carol accessorised her ensemble with a pair of black suede gloves and added a designer teal handbag to house all her essential items.
The TV star oozed confidence as she poured her killer curves into the chic ensemble as she worked her best angles for the camera.
For the star-studded event, the TV personality styled her honey blonde locks into loose beachy waves which cascaded over her shoulders and perfectly framed her face.
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She completed the look with a full face of glamorous makeup, which celebrated her glowing golden tan with a pinch of bronzer and a soft smokey eye.
This historic society event – which dates back to the early 19th century – has announced a new “inclusive” dress code this year which organisers hope will make spectators feel “confident and at ease” during their springtime event.
This means dresses, heels and hats are no longer mandatory as event executives hope to attract a younger crowd to the venue with jeans and trainers now part of the dress code.