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Carol Vorderman flaunts age-defying figure in skintight leggings on charity hike

Carol Vorderman showed off her age-defying figure in a series of impressive snaps as she celebrated completing 26 miles charity event The Big Walk for Prostate Cymru.

The former Countdown presenter, 59, smiled for the camera as she held up her race number on a white card in front of her chest on the top of a huge hill.

Letting her blonde hair blow in the wind, Carol wowed her fans with her age-defying looks for the number of pictures as she stripped back the make-up for the charity event.

Wearing a high-necked blue t-shirt, Carol showed off her famous figure as she paired it with skintight yellow and purple leopard print leggings.

Carol smiled at the camera as she celebrated her achievement

In the third snap, she posed on the edge of a cliff face in front of the sea as she looked into the distance.

However, her hourglass figure proved to be a distraction, as Carol showed off her famous derriere as she perched on the end of the rocks.

She captioned the snaps: “Been racking up the miles hiking for The Big Walk ⁦@pcbigwalk as Team Captain for @ProstateCymru.

Carol hiked a whopping 26 miles for Prostate Cymru

“26 Miles done for July now… Yessssssssss.

“Thank you to everyone who’s sponsored me.”

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It didn’t take long for the praise to come pouring in for Carol’s pictures and achievement, as fans rushed to support the TV star.

One posted: “You’re amazing!! Good job everyone!!”

Carol showed off her famous derriere as she perched on the edge of a rock

Another added: “Well done Vorders, absolutely smashed it!”

A third chipped in: “Well done looks an awesome day well done!”

A fourth wrote: “That’s the right number carol…you are numero uno…”

Carol was left delighted recently after her son Cameron, who was born with severe dyslexia and attention deficit disorder, collected a first-class degree in animation.

The TV presenter starred on her own series on BBC Wales earlier this year

His next plan will be to head to Dundee to study a masters degree in animation and video effects.

Carol wrote: “My son Cameron was born with the severest dyslexia & ADD, by the age of 6 many schools had refused to accept him.

“He went to a “special school” for 4 yrs. Then to mainstream where he was bullied (common for kids like him) At age 16 he changed to a school which was kinder.

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“Cam has only ever wanted to be a video games designer. He’s profoundly bright, hard working and a good person. In spite of his slower start in life, this week he got this…. FIRST CLASS B.A. Honours Degree in Animation

“Cam’s off to do his Masters Degree in Animation & Video FX at Dundee Uni. I didn’t realise but Dundee is a huge centre for video gaming. Grand Theft Auto began in Dundee @RockstarGames

“I think my boy will have found his heaven.”

You can donate to Prostate Cymru here.

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