WELSH television presenter and author Carol Vorderman has shared a photo sporting a very special bra.

Carol is famous for her body positive, empowering, and admittedly sometimes cheeky, posts on social media.

But there is a very good reason for this one.

As if supporting Wales in the Six Nations wasn't reason enough!

The photo features Carol in a a Wales Rugby Union bra, coloured in red and black with a picturesque beach and coastline in the background behind her..

The 61-year-old is one of the celebrities supporting OddBalls, an underwear company set up to raise money for testicular and cervical cancer.

As well as these health causes, Oddballs also supports other charities such as Help for Heroes.

Oddballs' website says: "Our story started in 2014 with the intention of raising awareness for Testicular Cancer.

"Since then we have gone on to stand for so much more than just ‘BALLS’, OddBalls has become a brand that supports a number of causes and breaks down the usual stigma associated with mental and physical health.

"The OddBalls family is about diversity and inclusion, if you follow us on social media you will see how our family embraces each and everyone of you. Cancer can affect us all - its a team effort to overcome it.

"We have also been very lucky to partner with a number of other charities that want to promote a dual message with their own cause and our brand.

"Our aim is to donate over £1,000,000 to charity by 2023 and with your help we WILL do it."

They also do England versions.

Born in Bedfordshire, Carol's mum brought her young family back to home town of Prestatyn.

Carol attended Blessed Edward Jones Catholic High School in Rhyl before studying engineering at Cambridge.

After leaving Countdown in 2008, she has remained a regular on our screens, appearing on Strictly, I'm a Celebrity, and Loose Women.