And Alison Hammond took to Instagram on Tuesday to share an unfiltered version of her saucy swimsuit snap, which she originally posted two days ago.
The 47-year-old television host revealed an unedited photo of herself in a drowning black two-piece to her Instagram stories: ‘It’s important to show up too’.
‘It’s important to show it too!’ Alison Hammond shared an unfiltered version (left) of her very sexy swimsuit snap (right) on Tuesday as she embraces her natural cleavage
In the snap, Alison donned a black baseball cap and tortoiseshell sunglasses as she embraced her natural cleavage.
She wrote: ‘People are liking this picture, I think it’s also important to show off without any filters’.
Before teasing: ‘The reflection in my glasses is my gay best friend Jason’ and adding abuse to #letthemt****sbefree.
Cheeky: She wrote: ‘People are liking this picture, I think it’s important to show off without any filters’. Before the teasing: ‘The reflection in my glasses is my gay best friend Jason’ and adding #letthemt **** sbefree
The former Big Brother housewife later moved into the city’s souks as she enjoyed a tour of the sights and smells of her grand vacation destination.
She also joked that she might get a costume there before the upcoming NTA Awards, where she has been nominated for Best TV Presenter.
Thanking her guide Alex, she wrote: ‘It made such a difference to have someone guide us. I think I can get a great outfit for NTA.
Tourist: The former Big Brother housewife later moved into the city’s souks as she explored the sights and smells of her grand vacation destination
Tease: She even joked that she can find a costume there before the upcoming NTA Awards
Alison also shared a collage of her journey, when she dine at the fabulously fun cocktail bar, and called the venue: ‘Just amazing’.
This comes after the star was slammed by animal rights non-profit organization PETA after sharing footage of him riding a camel during his trip.
In footage shared on Instagram on Saturday, the television personality was seen happily waving the camera while sitting on top of the animal.
Lucky lady: Alison even shared a collage of her journey as she dine at the fabulously fun cocktail bar, calling the venue: ‘simply amazing’
But PETA has claimed to MailOnline that the camels can cause “extreme pain” if used for tourism and claimed they have contacted Ellison privately to help him become “more informed” on the matter. can get help.
Although no harm or abuse was done in this instance, tourists are urged to ensure that the camel they ride is properly looked after.
Mimi Bekechi, Vice President, Europe and Australia, said: ‘We can only assume that Alison is unaware that riding a camel causes immense pain to these animals.
‘We’re sending her to PETA US’ guide to avoiding activities that exploit animals to help her make more informed and compassionate choices when on vacation.
Slammed: This came after Alison (right) shared footage of animal rights non-profit organization PETA riding a camel during her trip
‘For camels used in the tourism trade, life does not equate 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.
‘Tired camels work in the scorching sun, often without shade or water. In fact, camel rides are so cruel that the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism has banned them near the pyramids of Giza.
Camels are not selfie props or content creation tools. We can make the holidays fun for everyone by excluding animal exploitation activities from our itinerary.’
Uh oh: Mimi Bekechi, Vice President for Europe and Australia, said: ‘We can only assume that Ellison is unaware that riding a camel causes great pain to these animals’