ALISON Hammond has been spotted looking slimmer than ever in a glamorous backstage picture from This Morning.
The presenter struck a series of poses for the camera as she sat on the sofa of the ITV set – wearing a matching blue two-piece set.
Alison, 47, who has been showing off the incredible results of her recent weight loss, looked glowing in the Instagram stories posts.
She paired her matching blue outfit with a multi-coloured jacket, as she opted for a straightened hair do and glamorous makeup.
Alison sported false eyelashes and a nude lip gloss, finishing her look with gold hoop earrings and a silver watch.
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The two photos were posted by her makeup artist, before Alison reposted them to her own fans, escrevendo: “Happy Friday”.
Na sexta, Alison and her co-star Dermot were left gobsmacked after a man revealed he’s been held hostage in his home by a SEAGULL.
Martin Green from Devon opened up about the bizarre situation on the latest instalment of the ITV programme.
He recently tried to fix up his garden, but the bird has made it clear he’s not happy with him being outside.
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Martin told Alison and Dermot: “He doesn’t bother my wife in the slightest. But she is very sort of Yorkshire.
“On one occasion he looked down and sort of fixed her as if he was about to launch himself and she just drew herself up to her full five feet tall, looked at the seagull and said ‘don’t you dare’.
“The seagull gave an apologetic cheap, ruffled his feathers, and went back down again.”
Alison and Dermot couldn’t contain their shock – as fans at home took to social media to say they didn’t believe the story.
No início desta semana, Alison opened up about how she feels she still doesn’t “Confiar em” men after growing up without a dad.
But she told Big Issue magazine she is trying to be “more trusting”.
The mum of one, 47, quem revealed last week she is in a relationship, disse: “The fact I didn’t have my father in my life shaped the way it’s gone.
Eu obviamente pensei sobre isso, mas eu tinha um trabalho a fazer.”
“And it shaped the way I interact with men in relationships. I always want to be in charge. I don’t trust men because my dad wasn’t ever there.
“I’m working on that now in my forties. I’m more trusting.”