Carol Vorderman has been grabbing headlines recently with her famous curves.
And the 58-year-old has done it once again as she donned a leopard print dress over the weekend at the F1 Grand Prix in Bahrain.
Countdown legend Carol looked incredible in the skin-tight maxi gown which cinched her in at the waist and featured a large slit up one side.
With her hair styled in beachy waves, she finished the look with some chunky heels and a large pair of sunglasses as she soaked up the good weather in the Middle Eastern country.
During her time at the Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday, Carol also shared a sweet tribute to Lewis Hamilton ahead of his race with the Mercedes-AMG team.
Taking to Twitter, the presenter recalled how 34-year-old Carol had delighted her late mum when he previously filmed a good luck message for her before her major operation.
She told her followers, “Little story about @LewisHamilton and my Mum for #MotheringSunday #HappyMothersDay.
“The day before Mum’s op I saw @LewisHamilton @MercedesAMGF1 and told him about my Mum.
“He insisted on doing a little video for her wishing her well for her life saving op and he signed my Paddock Pass ‘Jean, wishing you all the best tomorrow. God Bless. Lewis x’.”
She then added, “God Bless YOU @LewisHamilton @MercedesAMGF1 @f1 for making my Mum so very happy when she was nervous about her operation.
“Mum did well after that op and lived for years after. I know she’ll be looking down now and still shouting today.” How adorable is that?
This comes after the TV star was forced to defend herself when fans couldn’t help but notice her age-defying figure last month.
She told Daily Mail, “I’ve always had a huge a**e. It’s not news.
“But I think the high-waisted jeggings in the picture — which I bought in Marks & Spencer a few weeks ago for about a tenner — give you a much more defined silhouette.”
Speaking about photos which saw the star in a pair of tight trousers and orange top, she continued, “Even I thought “Blooming hell” when I saw some of those pics.
“If I wore loose clothes, I’d look like Hattie Jacques. And knickers dig into my big bum — so, like most girls, I don’t wear them on the red carpet if I’m in a clingy dress.”
Before adding, “I promise I haven’t had bottom implants. It’s the same old bottom. In my family, loads of us have it: the Vorderman A**e. My daughter Katie has it. My nephew has it. We’re all sticky-out-bottom people.
“And I’ve been working out for decades, so the shape of mine is down to years of keeping fit.”