This Morning's Alison Hammond looks slimmer than ever as she dazzles in gold dress | The Sun

THIS Morning star Alison Hammond looked slimmer than ever in a stunning gold dress.

The 47-year-old star beamed and threw her hands up in the air while enjoying a photo shoot.

She opted for a glamorous makeup look and hoop earrings with her hair tied up in a high pony.

The dazzling dress was partnered with some gold heels which wrapped around her legs.

Alison penned: “This dress” followed by a heart eye emoji, and the star’s followers and friends raved about her gorgeous look.

“OMG that is gorgeous on you. Bloody fabulous!!” Vanessa Feltz penned, and Holly Willoughby added: “Beautiful.”

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Vicky Pattison added: “Omg Alison!!! Look at you,” and another person said: “Wow you look incredible.”

In recent months, mum-of-one Alison has been quietly working out with a personal trainer and staying hydrated to keep away from snacks.

She also teamed up with Weight Watchers, and revealing her weight loss 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."

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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."

Earlier this year, Alison broke down in tears as she opened up on her weight loss battle during a discussion about obesity.

She broke down during a phone-in when a caller called Jean spoke about her 17-year-old daughter's problems with food.

Alison was so moved by the call that she broke down crying at the end, sobbing: "It's so hard, people don't realise. When you're big, people think you're lazy."

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