The TV presenter posted a snap of herself with Cameron, though he chose to cover his face.
Carol Vorderman has posted a snap of herself and rarely-seen son Cameron King attending a black tie event.
Earlier in the day, the TV presenter, 57, had attended Ascot’s Champion’s Day, and later revealed that she and Cameron, 21, had ended up gorging on chicken nuggets in a car park at 2am.
The star, who appears to have been living her best life lately, took to Twitter to post a picture of she and her boy.
She tweeted: “Me and ‘Tall Son’ Cameron last night #PartyTime.
“We ended up in @McDonalds car park #Gloucester at 2am chomping on chicken nuggets and a mini McFlurry.
“So yesterday..Ascot daytime, a great black tie party evening, McDonalds early hours…..I love my life.”
In a recent interview with ITV ahead of her stint as a guest presenter on Lorraine, former Countdown maths whiz Carol admitted that she now spends much of her free time partying.
“Life now that my two children are grown up is about working hard and volunteering. I volunteer for some amazing organisations,” she explained.
“The rest of the time I give lots of parties. I party hard. I love my life. I get up to lots of mischief.”
Carol, also mum to Katie King, 27, spoke out about Cameron’s severe dyslexia during a 2015 interview.
“Cameron was six when I finally got the diagnosis he was dyslexic but I knew long before then that something wasn’t right,” she told The Sun.
“By that age, it was hard for him to be educated anywhere, as his needs were so severe.
But Cameron overcame the odds and went on to continue his studies at university.
“With a lot of encouragement, he’s now doing really well,” she continued.
“He’s great. He’s 6ft 5in, very funny and so kind. And I’m so proud that he’s going to university in October.
“He still loved stories and had a majestic command of the English language because he had listened to audio books and intelligent radio all the time. His vocabulary was incredible.
“Cameron needs lots of advice with life skills because things that might come naturally to other people don’t to him.”