However, the former Countdown host, who lives in Wales, also had explain to her 235,000 followers that she is “not topless” as her bikini couldn’t be seen in the clip.
Speaking from Portugal, Carol said: “Hello you lovely lot. I’m now on TikTok. Well who’d have thought it?
“If you click on the link in my bio, we can have a lot of fun on that.”
She finished by saying: “Have a lovely day. Lots of love from Portugal.”
Carol also used the post as an opportunity to promote her bikini top from Omg Swimwear and Tan Cream World’s SPF50 sun cream, which has “instant bronzer included”.
British media personality
Carol Voderman is best known for co-hosting British game show Countdown, between 1982 and 2008.
During her 26 years on the Channel 4 show, she also hosted other shows including Better Homes, Britain’s Brainiest Kids, Dream House and Points of View.
Carol has also presented the Pride of Britain Awards since it began in 1999 - as of last year, she now has Ashely Banjo as her co-host.
Between 2011 and 2014, she was a presenter of ITV’s Loose Women, and since 2018 she has been a deputy presenter on ITV’s Lorraine.
This year she has starred as a celebrity expert on Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel and as a contestant on Beat the Chasers.
- Age: 61
- Born: 24 December 1960 in Bedford, England
- Lives: Pembrokeshire, Wales
- Relationship: She has been divorced twice and is currently single
- Children: Katie King (31-years-old) and Cameron King (25-years-old)
- Wealth: Estimated net worth of £8.2 million
She also posted a bikini picture on Twitter yesterday, as she advertised the sun cream that she has been using while in Portugal.
Carol explained that Tan Cream was set up by Katy and Gillian, “two wonderful women” who have “suffered from skin cancer in the past”.
Carol and Richard co-hosted Countdown from 1982 until his death in 2005.
In May 2005, Richard was taken into hospital with pneumonia but while there, doctors found a problem with his heart.
He had an emergency operation for endocarditis on 24 June, but it was not successful and he died two days later.
On the evening of 27 June, the episode of Countdown that was supposed to air was postponed, out of respect.
A day later, Countdown returned and Carol gave an emotional tribute to him saying the “clock stopped too soon".
After his death, it was reported that Carol thought about leaving his show as the pair had grown very close.
Carol married her second husband Patrick King in 1990.
Patrick, age 58, was a management consultant from London.
The pair had two children together before getting a divorce in 200- Katie King, aged 31, and Cameron King, aged 25.
Carol met Des, age 57, at a Christmas party in 1999, and the pair began living together in London, from 2001.
After five years together, they separated in December 2006 and publicly announced the split a month after.
Des is a British journalist and broadcaster, who is currently a Chief Reporter for BT Sport.