Carol Vorderman wore a pair of sexy black jeans on Thursday as she prepared to ride the world's fastest zip wire in northwest Wales.
Carol, 59, showed off her enviable curves in a pair of black skinny jeans which she teamed with a white roll-neck top and a short black puffer jacket.
The mum-of-two wore her blonde locks down in loose waves as she posed for a photo in front of Snowdonia.
Carol captioned the Twitter picture: "Filming at stunning @ZipWorldUK in Snowdonia today ....can you see the building where my finger is pointing right at the top of the mountain????
"Well that's the launch pad for the FASTEST Zip Wire in the WORLD.....YESSSSSSSSSS," she added.
The former Countdown star's 452.7K followers were quick to comment on the snap, with one person writing: "Bet you’ll want another go once you are done."
A second person added: "Hope you went on it Ms V.. its a real buzz," while a third said: "Oh gosh @carolvorders I see the building but you look breathtaking so beautiful."
Good Morning Britain's weather presenter Laura Tobin also commented: "It’s amazing-You’re going to love it & scream a lot before it takes your breath away!"
Hinting that she was going to give it a go, Carol replied: "adrenaline junkies???"
Carol's recent appearances in Wales have sparked rumours that she is there for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
The hit ITV show will take place at Gwrych Castle this year instead of Australia, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Of course, Carol competed in the show back in 2016 - but she could well be filming guest appearances for a spin-off show.
The TV star also paid a visit to her hometown of Prestatyn, in Denbighshire, on Wednesday to film a brand new BBC Wales series.
Locals saw the star filming at her former home on Palmeira Gardens, where she once lived with her single mum Edwina and siblings Anton and Trixie.
They lived in the ground floor flat, which was originally owned by her great-grandfather for 10 years.
The new three-episode series, set to air next year, will feature Carol's experiences growing up as a youngster.
It's set to delve into the history and "culture of the time" in the sixties.
She told Clwyd News: "It's good to be back to be honest."