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Carol Borderman wears a tiny crop top at bootcamp to expose her very chiseled abs

Carol Vorderman showed off her sculpted abs and slim figure in a tiny crop top and skintight leggings at a boot camp in Portugal. It looked incredible.

Former Countdown host, 61, poses for photos on balcony after enjoying a sports-filled day at Jason Vale Juice Master Retreat

She wore a gray outfit when she showed off her sporty physique, a sports top and a pair of black figure-hugging leggings.She also chose large aviator sunglasses.

Carol styled her blonde hair loose over her shoulders and without makeup. She completed the look with gray sneakers.

Carol captioned her post as follows: }



She looked sporty enjoying the sun (



"It's very hot here... it feels like I'm at home. It's almost 40 degrees Celsius every day, which is too hot for me, but it will cool down in a few days.

" Most of the time was spent doing yoga, the gym, swimming, paddleboarding and relaxing.”

Another said, “Looks great. Look at me putting on sunscreen," he said.

Fans complemented her abs (


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3rd user commented did. Someone else said: "Great abs!! You look great!"

Her runaway began after Carol recently opened up about her menopausal battle with depression. She shared her own experience in her menopausal bath on This Morning.

"We were overwhelmed with women coming on the bus to talk about their problems. The more we talked about it, the better and stronger we were." Let's go," the TV star posted on Instagramafterwards.

"I suffered from hormonal depression for some time during peri-menopause. It was frightening to the point of suicidal thoughts.

Carol opened up about her health

Other than) I never felt insecure other than, but this was the year women were meant to keep quiet.

"It wasn't. I self-diagnosed my severe depression as being hormone-related, so I consulted my doctor.

''I was right. gave me the same hormones (all now available on NHS) and within 48 hours my depression was gone and I have never had that feeling since. No."

She added: "I tell this story to help other women. You are not worthless. If you are going through menopause. , it's just a hormonal imbalance and you can fix it."

Carroll concluded by saying:

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