CAROL Vorderman looked fresh-faced as she left the BBC radio studios in London on Monday afternoon.
The former Countdown presenter, 58, showed off her youthful looks as she wore minimal makeup.
A touch of blusher and swipe of mascara was all she needed to brighten up her face on the grey day.
With temperatures plunging, Carol wrapped up in a grey wool coat.
She layered the smart coat over black leggings and a matching top.
Last month, Carol showed off her famous bum in skintight red leather trousers as she cheered on Wales in the Rugby World Cup.
Celebrating on her Instagram Story, Voderman was wearing a Welsh rugby jersey alongside tight leather trousers that left little to the imagination.
She also smiled while wearing a Japanese headband.
The star is the esteemed two-time winner of the Rear of the Year Award, whose ranks include Pippa Middleton, Ulrika Jonsson and Amanda Holden.
She cheered on the team in Kumamoto, Japan, as Wales defeated Uruguay 35-13.
The star, raised in Prestatyn, North Wales, set pulses running with a tight Welsh-branded T-shirt with skintight black jeans.
While Carol is almost universally praised for her looks, she previously admitted that she receives ageist criticism on social media about the way she dresses.
She spoke on This Morning about receiving the comments after wearing a short boob tube dress to the BAFTAs in 2000.
When asked if she had experienced ageism, Carol said: “Most of my life, let’s be fair. Twenty years ago I wore a blue dress to the BAFTAs which was above the knee, I was 39.
“That became a massive story, programmes were made about it. Not about the dress, it became about should a woman aged 39 wear a dress above the knee.
“I was called mutton dressed as lamb.
“Would you call a 39-year-old today mutton dressed as lamb because she wore a dress above the knee? Of course you wouldn’t! That’s just nonsense.”