She was forced to hit back at surgery claims, insisting she was ‘still the same old Borders’ after she showed off her extraordinary curves last month.
And Carol Vorderman displayed her peachy derriere once again as she shared a snap of her gazing out over the Brecon Beacons on Twitter on Sunday.
The former Countdown star, 48, slipped her phenomenal physique into skintight gym wear as she headed on a 26.3-mile hike across the Welsh valleys.
Clad in a pair of green leopard print leggings and a grey long-sleeved top, fitness enthusiast Carol looked raring to go as she headed off of her expedition.
The television presenter shared a slew of snaps, including two photos where she showed off her award-winning posterior in the skintight gym wear as she took in Wales’ breathtaking views.
Carol kept cool from the sunny Bank Holiday climes with a white fedora hat but was forced to take a pitstop on some hay bales.
She wrote on Twitter: ‘So yesterday our walking MARATHON plus a mountain in @BreconBeaconsNP…a golden day…..solitude, splendor, sunshine, singing, laughing.’
After following the trail up mountains, through farms and round lakes, Carol looked delighted to have walked 26.3miles and shared a snap showing off her walking marathon miles on her Fitbit.
In recent weeks, Carol has been courting attention for her very incredible curves and she took to social media to insist she hadn’t had any cosmetic enhancements.
Addressing her 3,393K following, she wrote on Twitter: ‘Caught ordering an uber today after a meeting…..an old @KarenMillen top and old jeggings from @marksandspencer…. but it’s the same old Borders.’
The former Countdown brainbox, known for her ability with figures, became the first person to take the Rear of the Year title twice in 2014.
At the time, Carol said: ‘I am both surprised and flattered to win the award for a second time — particularly at this stage of my life.
‘As I said when I won it in 2011, I always suspected there were a lot of people out there who were glad to see the back of me. It now appears there were even more than I thought.’