AN ex-pornstar has surprised her fans after she said a British seaside town was better than the US city of Miami.
The Lebanese-American former Pornhub star took to her 社交媒体 account to gush about the town as she flew back to the US after travelling in Europe.
She shared a video of her plane descending into Miami and captioned it “Whitstable > 迈阿密”.
Millions of visitors are attracted to the hotspot in The Sunshine State, thanks to its pristine white sand beaches and turquoise waters which stretch along the edge of the city.
Clearly though Mia isn’t that impressed and prefers the more traditional charms of the English town, located on the south coast.
It’s not the first time the start has been to Whitstable either.
She previously spent two weeks there in October and at the time told her fans she was “heartbroken” to leave.
Posting an Instagram story on October 11, Mia wrote: “Been in Whitstable the past two weeks and I’m heartbroken to leave.”
She visited again last week and posted on November 23 the message “Whitstable, I adore you.”
Mia also shared photos of her frolicking on the beach and admired the beautiful sunsets in the town.
Fans in the UK took to 推特 to share their excitement after learning the former Pornhub star was an admirer of the town.
一位粉丝写道: “Seeing @miakhalifa become a Whitstable seaside girl is the best part of my year”.
Other fans noted she had changed her Twitter banner to a photo of a golden sunset taken on Whitstable beach, with one fan saying: “Love how you’ve got Whitstable as your banner”.
It seems the 粉丝 star is also a fan of the county of Kent rather than just one place.
Just a month before visiting Whitstable Mia was spotted in the nearby town of Faversham while on a quiet retreat in September.
She shared pictures of her enjoying the outdoors and captioned one Instagram Story “proper British sea(mud) town”.
Following her trip to Whitstable in October she also spent some time in 伦敦 and enjoyed afternoon tea.
She then went on to 巴黎 for a photoshoot ahead of the launch of her own jewellery brand.
The coastal town is famed for its rich artistic heritage, being home to unmade bed artist Tracey Emin and sunset painter JMW Turner.
The Libertines rockers Pete Doherty and Carl Barât have even opened a hotel in the Kent seaside mecca.
Other attractions include a raft of trendy bars and restaurants where punters can indulge in local delights – just like hippy favourite Ibiza.