Carol Vorderman beams with pride at her son Cameron's graduation

Beaming Carol Vorderman proudly poses with son Cameron at his graduation after revealing he had severe learning difficulties

She’s previously shared her son’s educational struggles. 

And on Friday, Carol Vorderman, 60,  said she ‘couldn’t be prouder’ as she attended her son, Cameron’s master’s graduation ceremony at Dundee University. 

The TV presenter shared the sweet moment in a series of photos as she celebrated his achievements after he overcame severe learning difficulties in his early life. 

Proud mother: Carol Vorderman, 60, beamed with pride at her son Cameron’s graduation following his battle with severe learning difficulties in his early education 

Carol took to social media to post a slew of snaps in celebration of his master’s award as she documented his special day. 

She showcased her enviable figure in a smart knee length black pencil dress and pointed stiletto heels. 

Cameron King, 24, put on a dapper display in a suit with a blue tie and his yellow trimmed graduation robes.

‘Couldn’t be more proud’: Carol took to social media to post a slew of snaps in celebration of his master’s award at Dundee University on Friday

Achievement: Cameron, 24, put on a dapper display in a suit with a blue tie and his yellow trimmed graduation robes as he grinned for the camera 

Amazing: She detailed the struggles that her son had overcome in his early education as he attended a special school and worked hard to successfully attain two degrees

Carol shared that Cameron graduated with a master’s degree in Animation and VFX after successfully receiving a first class undergraduate award last year. 

She detailed the struggles that her son had overcome in his early education as he attended a special school and worked hard to successfully attain two degrees. 

She shared: ‘Such a wonderful day @dundeeuni. So Cameron was in a special school with severe learning difficulties for most of his early life but he’s worked hard and learned strategies and boy how he’s turned it all around.’

Stunning: She showcased her enviable figure in a smart knee length black pencil dress and pointed stiletto heels as she attended the event

Incredible: Carol shared that Cameron graduated with a master’s degree in Animation and VFX after successfully receiving a first class undergraduate award last year

‘I couldn’t be prouder of him. We never dared to dream this day might come when he graduated with a first class honours last year and now a Masters degree in Animation and VFX.

‘Thank you Dundee for giving him all that you have over the last year. Amazing.’ 

This comes as last month, Carol and Cameron spoke candidly on This Morning about his special education needs.

Joint appearance: Carol appeared alongside her son Cameron, on This Morning, with the duo speaking about Cameron’s special education needs

Former Countdown – whose son has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD – was visibly emotional when she revealed that when Cameron was ‘four or five’ she moved him to a new London school, however was told by teachers ‘we can’t have him here’ as ‘we can’t teach him’.

Touching upon being labelled ‘disruptive’ in school, Cameron explained: ‘That was the whole thing. Being disruptive… it was in a maths lesson. You’re panicking so much on keeping the rhythm with everyone else. When I can’t answer it quickly enough, you’d be disruptive because you couldn’t answer.’

Sharing just how protective she felt of her son in his younger years, Carol said: ‘As a mother, a single parent [you want to] protect, protect, protect. Like a lioness.’ 

She added: ‘I didn’t want him to grow up with labels,’ before saying that there were ‘early signs’ of her son’s learning difficulties, explaining that while her eldest child Katie King, 30, was able to ‘learn the alphabet easily’ Cameron ‘couldn’t retain information’.

Carol explained Cameron needed ‘an enormous amount of assistance’ and ‘went through bullying as a kid’.

She elaborated: ‘It’s a long road. Your heart, your world is unhappy. I couldn’t do anything. I couldn’t give up telly – not that I wouldn’t give up telly. I didn’t know how to teach him.’

Emotional: Countdown host Carol – whose son has high spectrum autism, ADD, dyslexia and ADHD – became visibly emotional

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