Carol Vorderman, 58, is currently in Japan cheering the Welsh national team to victory at the Rugby World Cup.

The television star, who was propelled into the limelight when she appeared on Channel 4 show Countdown from 1982-2008, was in the stands in Oita to see her team beat Fiji in their penultimate pool stage game.

Rugby-loving Carol took to Twitter ahead of the game to document her trip and show her support.

Sharing pictures from the fan zone with her 414,000 followers, she could be seen in a red Wales top and skintight jeans.

Alongside the images, Carol wrote: “CMON Cymru #WALvFIJI #FanZone ⁦@WelshRugbyUnion @BBCRadioWales @ITVRugby.”

In the snaps, the TV star’s figure-hugging ensemble highlighted her sensational curves as she posed for the camera in the sunshine.

Wearing her blonde hair in loose waves over her shoulders, she finished off her sporty look with a pair of high-heeled ankle boots and large statement sunglasses.

Other pictures, which followed shortly after, showed the presenter within the stadium.

She captioned the images: We love you OITA #WALVFIJI…with our @welshrugbyunion boys before the battle begins….omg #CymruAmByth.”

Carol smiled for the camera with a flags and Rugby World Cup photo prop as well as with Welsh Rugby Union staff beside the field.