ALISON Hammond is living her best life in Dubai – exploring the culture and indulging in luxury.
ザ・ This Morning star, 47, shared a compilation of the incredible food dishes she’s enjoyed so far in the Middle East.
There were bright, aromatic sauces perfect for dipping in toasted flatbreads before being washed down with ice cold cocktails.
The presenter browsed the city’s old town and souk, and teased she’s found something special to wear to the National Television Awards.
She’s staying at the five-star Westin Dubai and was seriously impressed with the towel art left in her room by the maids.
Relaxing poolside, Alison glowed in a plunging bikini for a sun-drenched snap.
彼女はInstagramに書いた: “People loving this pic. I think it’s important to show with no filter.”
Keen to nip any dating rumours in the bud, she added that the reflection in her glasses was that of her gay best friend Jason.
Earlier in her holiday Alison was slammed by animal rights non-profit organisation PETA for “cruelly” riding a camera during her Dubai holiday.
The presenter was seen gleefully waving to the camera while sitting atop the animal in footage shared to インスタグラム 土曜日.
While no harm or mistreatment was necessarily done in this instance, tourists were urged to ensure that any camels they ride are properly looked after.
“We can only assume that Alison is unaware that riding camels causes these animals tremendous suffering,” said Mimi Bekhechi, vice president of PETA.
“We are sending her PETA’s guide for avoiding activities that exploit animals to help her make more informed and compassionate choices while on holiday.
“For camels used in the tourism trade, life bears no resemblance to a natural existence.
“These intelligent animals are sometimes subjected to violence, stuffed into lorries and trailers for transport, and forced to carry tourists on their backs for hours.
“Camels aren’t selfie props or tools for creating content. We can keep holidays fun for everyone by leaving activities that exploit animals off our itinerary.”
Alison wore a plunging black swimsuit while travelling through the desert by camel, ensuring to keep her fans abreast with their every move.
[object Window], she said to the camera: “そう, we’re here in the desert, I’ve put my scarf on. Do you not like the way I’ve got my scarf on?”
Alison then proceeded to laugh hysterically at a friend whose scarf was blowing in wind, as she narrated in another video: “We’re ready for the desert, we are definitely ready.”
One friend looked like she was about to fall off her camel while climbing from it.
前者 兄 housemate appeared to be in her element, while writing in her caption: “Dubai vibes.”