She famously beat off stiff competition from Pippa Middleton to win the coveted 'Rear of the Year' prize back in 2011.
And Carol Vorderman ensured she well and truly had her best asset on display as she left the ITV studios in central London on Thursday after filming.
Showcasing her envy-inducing curves in all their glory, the 52-year-old TV presenter looked incredible as she showed off her pert derriere in a ladylike cream body-con dress.
Enviable figure: Carol Vorderman showcased her incredible hourglass curves in an elegant cream bodycon dress as she left the ITV studios in central London on Thursday
Clinging to her stunning hourglass figure, the tight-fitting garment proved a flattering choice for the Loose Women panellist, who teamed her sexy frock with a pair of towering nude stiletto heels.
Carol accessorised with a chic tan watch and a small aqua-coloured clutch back as she headed out to her waiting taxi.
The TV star completed her elegant daytime look by wearing her brunette locks straight, and opting for dramatic smokey eye make-up.
Known for her love of tight-fitting ensembles, Carol recently admitted she likes to try out new looks and 'shock' with her sartorial decisions.
She said: 'For me being in your 50s is about trying something new. You can't say I'll do it in a few years' time, it doesn't work that way at this age, you do it now!
'For me, age is but a number and you should dress to suit your body shape and sense of style, not your age. And maybe you should try shocking your children every now and then. Life is too short not to after all.'
Carol famously won the coveted 'Rear of the Year' prize in 2011, and it seems her love for dressing the part shows no signs of waning.
Talking about her love of tight-fitting clothes, the star freely admits she loves to wear things which show off her figure.
She recently told Woman & Home magazine: 'I like tight clothes. Baggy things annoy me. I can't be doing with hanging things. Scarves annoy me too.'
Rear-ly good: Carol famously won the coveted 'Rear of the Year' prize in 2011, and it seems her love for dressing the part shows no signs of waning