Alison Hammond looks slimmer than ever as she sports a glamorous royal blue pleated co-ord on the set of This Morning
Alison Hammond looked slimmer than ever as she posed on the set of This Morning on Friday.
The television presenter, 47, wore a matching royal blue pleated two piece underneath a cropped floral print cover up with flared sleeves.
Her top featured a plunging neckline and she confidently stood with her hand on her hip.
Looking great: Alison Hammond, 47, looked slimmer than ever as she posed in a royal blue pleated two pieceon the set of This Morning on Friday
Former Big Brother housemate Alison looked glamorous after having a glow up from the ITV show’s make-up artist.
She accessorised with a pair of gold hoop earrings and a silver watch, posing for one picture as she sat on the sofa in the studio.
It comes after Alison said she believes she is not a ‘typical celebrity’ as she is not ‘thin looking’.
In style: Former Big Brother housemate Alison also wore a cropped floral print cover up with flared sleeves
Speaking on The Capital XTRA Breakfast Show with Yinka and Shayna Marie, she said: ‘I think when people see me, they see someone, you know, who is not your typical celebrity, you know. I’m not your thin looking … I’m not the most beautiful person you’ve ever come across.
‘However, my beauty shines from inside out and I think that is what people are mainly attracted to.
‘And I think it’s important when I’m there that people realise no matter how big you are, what colour you are, what race you are, whether you’re a woman, or a man, you can be seen, you can be heard, and it’s … you are valued as a person.
Honest opinion: It comes after Alison said she believes she is not a ‘typical celebrity’ as she is not ‘thin looking’
‘And I think that’s what people maybe see in me, the fact that I should be allowed to do what anyone else is allowed to do because we’re all equal and when we bleed, it’s exactly the same colour.’
The screen star added that she used being ‘funny’ to hide her insecurities during her school days.
Alison says she resorted to using comedy to help her fit in when she was younger because she used to be teased by fellow pupils.
She said: ‘You know what, I was still quite funny, but it was actually quite … maybe a little bit quieter, always trying to … just not knowing really where I fitted in really, and who were my people at the time.
‘But, you know, I was still a little bit loud and, I think, again, like I said, I struggled with my reading so that was my insecurity.
‘So, if anything, I probably used my comedy and the fact that I was quite funny and quick off the cuff to kind of protect myself. So, you know, I was a big girl as well, so I did get a little bit of teasing and stuff like that.
‘So, because I was quick and funny, people would stop doing it because they know that they was gonna get cussed down. You know, it was more of a protection really, my comedy was more a protection – I would say it first before anyone else could say something, so it was like a protection.’
Speaking out: The screen star added that she used being ‘funny’ to hide her insecurities during her school days, during a recent interview on Capital Xtra
Originally posted 2022-06-25 17:36:08.