This Morning host Alison Hammond is gearing up to go back to work with a new collection of bras.
The ITV presenter shared an Instagram Story of her new collection sprawled out on her bed as she had a new bra in an array of colours.
She captioned the Story: "New term, new bras!"
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Prior to this, Alison also shared a pic of her and her ITV co-star Holly Willoughby ahead of the pair reuniting.
She told her followers: "Hope you’ve had a wonderful summer. We both can’t wait to see you tomorrow on This Morning."
This comes after some present and ex-employees of the show raised their concerns in Parliament about the "toxic" programme's environment.
ITV chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall, managing director Kevin Lygo and general counsel and company secretary Kyla Mullins answered questions about the show's culture.
They were quizzed by MPs regarding Phillip Schofield's exit and the "discrimination" claims.
Dame Caroline Dinenage, chairwoman of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, told Dame Carolyn: "In the month that has passed since your appearance before the committee, we have been contacted by a large number of individuals who have identified themselves as currently working or previously having worked on This Morning or as part of the wider ITV Daytime team.
"These individuals speak with great pride about working at ITV and are hugely positive about many of their colleagues. However, they also raise claims of toxic working cultures, bullying, discrimination and harassment."
She added: "Your letter of June 15 encourages individuals to raise their concerns through internal or external routes, and we will make individuals aware of those options.
"However, some of those individuals who have contacted us have described how their decision to raise concerns within ITV has led to further bullying and discrimination, and in some cases having to leave the organisation with a settlement agreement.
"It is easy to understand why those individuals, especially where they have left ITV and do not wish to relive their traumatic experiences, do not feel capable of attempting to report their concerns, or that ITV will take them seriously."
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