Carol Vorderman stuns in a figure-hugging, sheer dress as she heads out to dinner

CAROL Vorderman looked incredible as she slipped into a skin-tight, sheer dress for a special dinner.

The former Countdown star, 62, shared a selfie of her posing in a bright orange and red printed dress on Saturday evening.

Carol Vorderman slipped into a skin-tight orange and red dress


Carol Vorderman slipped into a skin-tight orange and red dressPhoto credit: carolvorders/Instagram

Carol was on her way to the Pride of Britain winners’ dinner before today’s awards ceremony.

The star showed off her curves in the figure-hugging ensemble, which was printed with the face of Benjamin Franklin, one of the leading figures in early American history.

The mathematician opted for subtle make-up with a pink lip and styled her blonde hair in loose curls.

Carol captioned the post: “On the way to the Pride of Britain winners dinner with all our incredible winners from this year’s awards.”

“They are extraordinary people and tonight they meet and become one big team and part of our POB family forever.”

“Tomorrow is the big event, so everyone goes to bed early.”

Carol often delights her fans with her stunning posts, but last week she opened up about a more serious matter involving her health.

The star admitted she had suicidal thoughts and struggled with severe depression during menopause.

The I’m a Celebrity star spoke about how she threw herself into “a dark, dark place.” Midlife postcards Podcast.

She explained: “When I went through this I had severe depression for about six months. I think it was 2015.”

“Everything was fine in my life, I had earned a lot of money, my children were fine, my mother was fine. There was no problem.”

“And yet I woke up in this huge bed in this huge house, I’ve got a swimming pool outside and all that, and I just thought, ‘What’s the point?’

“Now I understand clinical depression much better, where you’re like, ‘I can’t go through this again, how can I stop this,’ and those thoughts, ‘Well, there’s obviously a way to stop this’.”

“Even when I hosted Loose Women, which was ten years ago, it was only acceptable to say, ‘Oh, I’m having a moment,’ and act light when you’re going through that.

The star now believes the world is changing and women should be more open about the symptoms they face during menopause.

Carol talked about her “severe depression” during the menopause


Carol talked about her “severe depression” during the menopausePhoto credit: Instagram

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