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The TV presenter has been single since she split from journalist Des Kelly in 2007 Despite lots of male fans and attention, Carol insists she is happy on her own

She said to The Telegraph, “The thought of sharing my life with someone again makes me positively ill”

Carol was married twice, first to Christopher Mather from 1985 to 1986 and then to second husband Patrick King from 1990 to 2000, and the couple have two children

Carol tweeted a link to her interview and again cheekily referred to her single status She wrote: “Oh I make myself laugh sometimes headline in today’s @Telegraph” The thought of living with someone again makes me positively sick “My way of saying I’m VERY happy as a badly behaved singleton”

Her comments come a few months after she announced that she has “special friends” and enjoys being together without anything getting serious

She said to The Mail last year: “I’m very happy, I have no complaints, I’m not with anyone, I have special friends Special friends plural”

Meanwhile, Carol also spoke to The Telegraph about the attention her sensational figure is getting in the press and on social media

The star, who takes long walks near his home in Wales and eats healthy food, said: “I can do a million things on social media to become a pilot, but once I get a photo [of me” do] with a tight outfit, that’s the one that gets the commercial

Unfortunately, Carol has gotten used to this, having been in the industry for almost 40 years

Carol, who has a new series called Closer to Home, said, “When I was 39, I was on the box five nights a week making millions of pounds a year

“And then I went to the Baftas in a short blue dress The papers were in my head for months “

Carol Vorderman: Closer to Home starts on 5 January on BBC Wales and BBC iPlayer

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Weltnachrichten – GB – Carol Vorderman says she feels “positively ill” at the thought of a romance