Carol Vorderman, 59, debuts new darker hair as she arrives at BBC studios in Cardiff

Carol Vorderman, 59, debuts new darker hair as she arrives at BBC studios in Cardiff clad in skin-tight leisurewear to host her radio show

The country went into lockdown on Friday night as the government ramped up plans to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. 

And while most of the population adapted to life indoors, Carol Vorderman, 59, debuted her new darker hair as she arrived at BBC studios in Cardiff, Wales, on Saturday morning.

The presenter stepped out clad in skin-tight leisurewear to host her weekly radio show and help to keep the country informed and entertained amid the global crisis.  

Gorgeous new 'do: Carol Vorderman, 59, debuted her new darker hair as she arrived at BBC studios in Cardiff, Wales, on Saturday morning

Gorgeous new ‘do: Carol Vorderman, 59, debuted her new darker hair as she arrived at BBC studios in Cardiff, Wales, on Saturday morning

Carol looked as happy as ever, flashing a wide smile as she strolled along in black leggings and a coordinating top.

Ensuring she was warm, the former Countdown host layered up with a dark green padded jacket and black gloves.

Adding a splash of colour to her look, Carol slipped into a pair of turquoise blue trainers.  

The mother-of-two wore her darker tresses down in a disheveled ‘do and shielded her eyes with a classic pair of shades. 

Keeping it casual: The presenter stepped out clad in skin-tight leisurewear to host her weekly radio show amid the global coronavirus crisis

Keeping it casual: The presenter stepped out clad in skin-tight leisurewear to host her weekly radio show amid the global coronavirus crisis

The outing came just hours after the government told people to ‘stay at home’ in a bid to tackle the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis that has swept the globe.  

The prime minister has warned UK citizens not to leave their homes unless absolutely necessary amid the global pandemic, with the exception of key workers. 

Carol recently revealed she stays in shape by trekking for 15 miles twice a week, adding she likes to focus on her famous derriere.

She told Mailonline: ‘I’ve always had a huge a**e. 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. 

Staying in shape: Her outing comes after Carol revealed she stays in shape by trekking for 15 miles twice a week, adding she likes to focus on her famous derriere

Staying in shape: Her outing comes after Carol revealed she stays in shape by trekking for 15 miles twice a week, adding she likes to focus on her famous derriere

‘And I’ve been working out for decades, so the shape of mine is down to years of keeping fit. 

‘I walk seven miles a day and I try to do a 15-mile walk once a week as well, up the Brecon Beacons or along the River Cam. It makes me so happy.’

Carol added that while she keeps in shape she doesn’t focus on numbers on the scale, confessing she hasn’t weighed herself since 1999.

She told HELLO!: ‘I don’t actually know how much I weigh and I don’t care because I go on my dress size, thank god for lycra!’ she said.

‘I’m probably about a size 8 to 9 at the moment. I’ve always had a small waist, I think I’m about 25 inches around my waist.’

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