Carol Vorderman: My bountiful bum is a family affair
Carol Vorderman says her “huge bum” and curves run in her family.
The former 'Countdown' star is a two-time winner of the Rear of the Year award, taking home the trophy in 2011 and 2014 thanks to her shapely butt.
Carol has scoffed at suggestion she has had surgical help to get such a bountiful bum and insists her delectable derriere is down to genetics.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, she said: "Rear of the Year is a funny one because I've always had this huge butt. Always. All my life!
"My whole family does. It's a thing. It's called the Vorderman bottom, it was always like, 'Ooh, there's another Vorderman bottom!
“My brother’s got one, my nephews, my son, we’ve all got it!"
The media personality was both "both surprised and flattered to win the award” twice.
She added: "As I said when I won it in 2011, I always suspected there were a lot of people out there who were glad to see the back of me. It now appears there were even more than I thought."
The ‘This Morning' star also revealed the secrets of her age defying looks and insists focusing on living a healthy lifestyle has huge benefits for her appearance.
She said: "I brought out my first detox book which was slammed at the time, but almost 100% of everything I recommended is now categoric.
"I have followed my own advice. Now there's an awful lot of technology to do with health and when you concentrate on health you get other benefits too, like people saying, 'Oh, don't you look good.'"
The 62-year-old presenter previously spoke about her love life revealing she’s having the best time dating multiple men.
Whilst appearing on Michelle Visage’s 'Rule Breakers' podcast, she said: "I'm having the best time.
"I've spoken about this once. I have a system which I've had for 10 years. They're called 'special friends'.
"I spoke a couple of months ago about having 'special friends' and it was like, again, the world had fallen in for some people but actually what I found was there was an awful lot of women who said 'I'd never thought about it like this'."