CAROL Vorderman, 59, showcased her famous curves in a figure-hugging black outfit on Saturday.
The presenter looked sensational in clinging black leather trousers and a black top as she arrived at BBC Wales in Cardiff to present her radio show.
Carol accentuated her curves by adding a belt at her waist, and she completed her ensemble with black boots and a large black handbag.
Appearing in good spirits with a smile on her face, Carol wore her blonde hair in loose waves around her shoulders.
Carol’s curves have garnered hundreds of headlines over the years, but she previously told Lorraine Kelly she doesn’t fixate on her weight or figure.
Speaking during Lorraine’s Body Confidence series, she said: “I haven’t weighed myself since 1999. I don’t actually know how much I weigh and I don’t care because I go on my dress size, thank god for lycra!
“I’m probably about a size 8 to 9 at the moment. I’ve always had a small waist, I think I’m about 25 inches around my waist.
“If I put on a bit of weight, I know I have, and I go up to a size 11. A larger size 10, that’s kind of my boundary for where I’m happy.”
Carol credits her regular walks in the Welsh countryside with helping her stay in shape, revealing she does 12-20 miles twice a week.
She added: “In terms of squats, or the equivalent of squats, I probably do over 20,000 a year… that’s a lot.”
The former Countdown star also revealed the menopause had changed her body.
She continued: “As you go through the menopause things change. I had what’s called a Mirena coil. I put on a stone in two weeks.
“It gives off hormones as well, so I had it removed and it took me a year to lose the weight. I went through this terrible hormonal depression, and I don’t use that word lightly, it really was awful.”