Alison Hammond has been protecting it actual on social media by displaying followers an unfiltered model of a stunning bikini snap.
The This Morning star has been having fun with an idyllic vacation in Dubai and shared a shocking snap of herself in a bikini by the pool.
Additionally donning a cap and shades, Alison, 47, smiled away and wrote: ‘Dubai vibes !! Image taken at @auraskypool.dubai.’
The star determined to share the unfiltered – and equally attractive – model on her Instagram Tales.
‘Individuals loving this pic,’ she wrote. ‘I feel it’s vital to indicate with no filters.’
She additionally added the cheeky tag: #LetThemT***iesBeFree’ and we simply love her.
Alison, who’s additionally one of many favourites to host Huge Brother when it returns subsequent 12 months, has captured followers’ hearts as one of many This Morning crew, typically presenting alongside Dermot O’Leary.
In the meantime, co-star Josie Gibson has credited Alison with serving to her behind-the-scenes when she offered on the present.
Josie has beforehand expressed how the transition left her feeling like an ‘imposter.’
Nevertheless, the 2010 Huge Brother winner revealed that ITV icon Alison was there to calm her pre-show jitters.
‘I get actually nervous, and I’d not have been in a position to do this present if it wasn’t for Alison… and Holly [Willoughby],’ Josie informed Metro.co.uk.
‘However once I used to go within the studios, Alison would say to me “once I do a demo you have to hear the entire gallery, simply in case you ever get the decision and you already know what it’s like.”‘
‘So Alison used to push me actually out of my consolation zone, and since she did that, I used to be in a position to fill in that day with Phil, as a result of if I hadn’t had obtained all these methods and ideas of Alison telling me about every thing. I’d have by no means been in a position to do it.’
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