Carol Vorderman, 60, inspires ‘boob envy’ from pal as she shares support for Wales rugby

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Carol Vorderman, 60, has shared a snap of her latest outfit as she prepares for Wales’ rugby game later today. The star left her followers stunned as she shared her excitement on Twitter and Instagram earlier.

Wales is playing Australia tonight as Carol prepares for the big match.

In images shared on her Twitter account, she posed in tight jean leggings and thigh-high black boots.

She paired these with a tight long-sleeved top with the Welsh flag on it.

Posting about this, she wrote: “Hi ho hi ho it’s off to work we go @BBCRadioWales…and then the final game @WelshRugbyUnion vs @wallabies.

“But first join me from 1130-2pm on @BBCSounds…guests @MrPeterAndre and Jamie Bach @Jamiehuwroberts.

“And of course MR DRUMATHON himself @OwainWynEvans.”

However, her post has inspired some “boob envy” from her pal Dawn Neesom.

The columnist penned in response: “Dragon book envy”.

Carol then replied with a laughing face emoji to Dawn’s post.

The former Countdown star also shared the post on Instagram.

Hare, many of her fans shared their compliments for her ensemble.

Tandyman1490 wrote: “Looking fantastic again Carol.”

“Let me guess who you’re supporting,” penned Fastfastmike.

Drewarkart added: “Looking stunning and good luck Wales.”

Aaronturner95 replied: “Love the top carol looking beautiful gorgeous.”

Speaking on her BBC radio show earlier today, Carol shared her excitement about the match.

She said: “Wales take on Australia this evening as we know for their final autumn international, rugby obviously!

“And we’ve got a Welshman and an Australian on the show today – sounds like the start of a very bad joke.”

Later in the show, Carol asked her pal Owain Wyn Evans what he thought the score would be.

The presenter was excited when he predicted a Wales win might be on the cards.

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