Viewers recently saw her eliminated from I’m A Celebrity: South Africa after a slew of terrifying trials.
And Carol Vorderman took to Instagram on Friday to share a gallery of sexy snaps, as she relaxed in the bush with her fellow campmates.
The Countdown presenter, 62, flaunted her eye-popping curves in a sexy orange dress, as she enjoyed a glass of wine with campmates Helen Flanagan and Georgia Toffolo after leaving the show, which was filmed late last year.
Carol shared the snaps as she made an appearance on Loose Women to discuss her time in the camp, admitting she was left ‘deeply traumatised’ by one trial.
She confessed that the terrifying water trial Tanks of Terror left her ‘sobbing’ and unable to go swimming, after being submerged in a tank of water for the challenge.
Sizzling! Carol Vorderman took to Instagram on Friday to share a gallery of sexy snaps following her stint on I’m A Celebrity: South Africa
Sexy! The Countdown presenter flaunted her eye-popping curves in a sexy orange dress
Having fun? After their time on I’m A Celebrity: South Africa, Carol enjoyed some well-deserved downtime with her fellow campmates Helen Flanagan and George Toffolo
In her snaps, Carol donned a skintight orange dress that flaunted every inch of her eye-popping curves.
The presenter included a video of a beautiful sunset hike with Helen Flanagan, before enjoying a glass of wine with the actress and fellow campmate Toff.
Carol was also relaxing with ex-campmates Paul Burrell and Andy Whyment, the group clearly enjoying luxuries again after their stint in the camp.
She captioned her post: ‘Some [camera emoji] with my lovely jungle friends after our time in this years @imacelebrity… South Africa.’
On Friday, Carol made a guest appearance on Loose Women to chat about her time back in the I’m A Celebrity camp.
She confessed that she tried to avoid facing her biggest fears by lying to show bosses, but was still forced to face her worst phobia.
‘I thought only an idiot would tell them. I told them everything I wasn’t frightened of,’ she said.
‘After the first series they gave me everything I was frightened of – underwater and being trapped. This genuinely left me traumatised.’
Friends forever! She basked in the sunsets in South Africa alongside fellow stars Paul Burrell and Andy Whyment
Interview: On Friday, Carol made a guest appearance on Loose Women to chat about her time back in the I’m A Celebrity camp, which was filmed at the end of last year
Scary: She confessed that the terrifying water trial Tanks of Terror left her ‘sobbing’ and unable to go swimming, after being submerged in a tank of water for the challenge
Determined: She confessed that she tried to avoid facing her biggest fears by lying to show bosses, but was still forced to face her worst phobia
Facing her fears! Discussing the Tanks Of Terror trial, she said: ‘I started taking in water, I was trying to stand up, you cant see where the breathing hole is and you’re panicking’
Worrying: ‘I was deeply traumatised by that. I was sobbing. It took a couple of days to feel good after. I haven’t been swimming since,’ she added
Jovial: Earlier in the day, Carol joined Gyles Brandreth on This Morning to discuss the day’s headlines
Discussing the Tanks Of Terror trial, she said: ‘I started taking in water, I was trying to stand up, you cant see where the breathing hole is and you’re panicking.
‘I was deeply traumatised by that. I was sobbing. It took a couple of days to feel good after. I haven’t been swimming since.’
Asked why she signed up for the All Stars-esque series, Carol added: ‘They asked and I loved it the last time.
‘It really made a difference to my life., I got back into camping and hiking. It really changes everything because you are living in the open air.’
Carol previously told The Mirror of how horrible the Tanks of Terror trial was, saying: ‘I was traumatised and my body went into shock afterwards.’
She broke down after the trial and ‘sobbed’ with Fatima for 10 minutes in unaired scenes before having nightmares about drowning that night.
She added: ‘For me, it was even worse than it looked on TV. My two big fears are drowning and being trapped, so it combined the two.
‘I thought, ‘I have got to try’ but it all started to go to mush in my head. I felt like I might drown. When Fatima and I were walking on the path back to camp, I just started sobbing.’
She added that it made her feel really vulnerable and has pushed her to get swimming lessons now she is home to conquer her fears.
In her exit interview with ITV she added: ‘I was chosen for my second Trial and I got to choose someone to do it with me. I chose Fatima in a nano-second. It was awful. I really panicked doing it.
‘Fatima calmed me down. As you would have seen, I didn’t make it into the last tank. I only had a couple of minutes left, but even if I’d have had ten minutes, I wouldn’t have done it.
Bye: Two more stars were eliminated from the bush on Thursday’s episode of I’m A Celeb South Africa, including Carol
‘I was so scared, I didn’t know if I could get my head into the breathing hole. I was in a right mess. I got seven stars. When we were on our way back to camp, I could feel the emotions building up in me. I must admit, it knocked me for a couple of days.
‘I kept reliving it in my head. If I had to do that again today, I wouldn’t go into that third tank. I wouldn’t do it. But it’s made me think, I’ll do some swimming lessons now as I’m often on the sea.’
Carol and royal butler Paul Burrell, 64, headed for home after coming last in the Vile Vineyard trial on Thursday night’s episode.
It left Myleene Klass, Fatima, Jordan Banjo and Phil Tufnell in the final four as the race to become the first ever I’m A Celebrity Legend neared its end.