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Carol Vorderman shows off her svelte waist and curves as she heads to her Welsh radio show

Carol Vorderman turned heads as she showed off her svelte waist and pert curves to her Instagram followers on Saturday. 

The radio DJ, 60, modelled a black dress as she showcased her impressive figure before heading off to her BBC Radio Wales show. 

The former Countdown star looked incredible in the form-fitting outfit, making sure to snap a mirror selfie before she left the house.

Wow! Carol Vorderman, 60, turned heads as she showed off her svelte waist and pert curves to her Instagram followers on Saturday

Wow! Carol Vorderman, 60, turned heads as she showed off her svelte waist and pert curves to her Instagram followers on Saturday

Wow! Carol Vorderman, 60, turned heads as she showed off her svelte waist and pert curves to her Instagram followers on Saturday

The brunette beauty styled her shoulder length locks in glamorous waves, while she sported a modest palette of make-up.

The media personality flashed a glimpse of her elegant white manicure, whilst wearing a gold gladiator-style bangle on her wrist.

Her stunning selfie comes as Carol appeared alongside her son Cameron King, 24, on Wednesday’s This Morning, with the mother-son duo speaking candidly about Cameron’s special educational needs.

The author – whose son has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD – was visibly emotional when she revealed that when Cameron was ‘four or five’ she moved him to a new London school, however was told by teachers ‘we can’t have him here’ as ‘we can’t teach him’.

Touching upon being labelled ‘disruptive’ in school, Cameron explained: ‘That was the whole thing. Being disruptive… it was in a maths lesson. You’re panicking so much on keeping the rhythm with everyone else. When I can’t answer it quickly enough, you’d be disruptive because you couldn’t answer’.

Sharing just how protective she felt of her son in his younger years, Carol said: ‘As a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness.’#

She added: ‘I didn’t want him to grow up with labels,’ before saying that there were ‘early signs’ of her son’s learning difficulties, explaining that while her eldest child Katie King, 30, was able to ‘learn the alphabet easily’ Cameron ‘couldn’t retain information’.

Carol explained Cameron needed ‘an enormous amount of assistance’ and ‘went through bullying as a kid’.

She elaborated: ‘It’s a long road. Your heart, your world is unhappy. I couldn’t do anything. I couldn’t give up telly – not that I wouldn’t give up telly. I didn’t know how to teach him.’

Sad past: Carol explained Cameron needed 'an enormous amount of assistance' and 'went through bullying as a kid'

Sad past: Carol explained Cameron needed 'an enormous amount of assistance' and 'went through bullying as a kid'

Sad past: Carol explained Cameron needed ‘an enormous amount of assistance’ and ‘went through bullying as a kid’

Of his own experience, Cameron said: ‘If I had the option to go back in time and change my school life – there wasn’t a single day above neutral in terms of enjoyment because of the bullying – I wouldn’t change that, because it’s taught me how to deal with life.’

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Cameron recently achieved a first class Animation and Video Effects Master’s degree from the University of Dundee and of the accomplishment said: ‘I never thought I’d get this far.’

It comes after Cameron, who also revealed that he is starting ‘his first job next week’, drew the support of thousands after sharing his experience of growing up with special educational needs last week.

Proud: Cameron recently achieved a first class Animation and Video Effects Master's degree from the University of Dundee and of the accomplishment said: 'I never thought I'd get this far'

Proud: Cameron recently achieved a first class Animation and Video Effects Master's degree from the University of Dundee and of the accomplishment said: 'I never thought I'd get this far'

Proud: Cameron recently achieved a first class Animation and Video Effects Master’s degree from the University of Dundee and of the accomplishment said: ‘I never thought I’d get this far’

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