THIS Morning’s Alison Hammond wowed in a glamorous new snap before heading on set on the breakfast show.
The TV star posed like a pro behind the scenes in the studio after slipping into a gorgeous ensemble.
Her make-up artist Mikey Phillips shared the photo on Instagram from the wings of the ITV set.
Alison placed one hand on her hip and flashed her stunning smile.
She opted for the eye-catching green co-ords to present Thursdays instalment of This Morning, having been drafted in as Holly Willoughby's holiday cover.
In July, Alison – who weighed 20st at her heaviest – revealed she had cut out sugar to help her shed the extra pounds.
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She has also been quietly working out with a personal trainer and staying hydrated to keep away from snacks.
Alison teamed up with Weight Watchers, too, and revealing her secret, she said: "I didn’t realise that often when I used to snack, it was because I was thirsty.
"I try to get through at least two litres of water every day now and that makes me feel so much better."
The presenter added: "Secondly, I’m doing a bit more exercise.
"I now have a personal trainer and he’s amazing. I work at my own pace – we do circuits and I absolutely love it."
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Earlier this year, Alison broke down in tears as she opened up on her weight loss battle during a discussion about obesity.
"It's so hard, people don't realise. When you're big, people think you're lazy," she said.
"I've had obesity all my life. What it is is, your regulation system is out of whack. You can't control wanting to eat all the time.
"A lot of people don't realise – obesity is a disease. You can't help it."
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Starting to cry, Alison added: "Sorry. I get… I think people look down on people when they're so big. They can't actually help it.
"It's really difficult. You want all the bad things and you know you don't look great. Sorry. It really touches me. The NHS need to see it more as a disease."
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