TOWIE star Yazmin Oukhellou has shown off her stunning Dubai apartment, after quitting the UK for her new career.
The star, best known for her time on The Only Way Is Essex, has stepped away from the TV screen and has become an estate agent.
Yazmin, 28, shared her new job on her Instagram stories recently, showing off a glamorous look ready for her first day.
And she’s got an equally as glam apartment to go with her new lifestyle over in Dubai, which she revealed to her legion of followers.
Taking to social media, the brunette beauty revealed the huge new space which boasts sensational views of the harbour and buildings across the water, and she enjoyed a cup of tea while showing fans around.
The home features mainly white interiors, from walls to floors, and a bathroom with white surfaces too.
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There’s also an ideal spot for selfies, and Yazmin showed off her chic work attire as she got ready to head to work as an estate agent.
In another clip, the reality beauty revealed her impressive perfume collection housed in one of her cupboards.
In the bedroom, there’s a large cosy bed with a black headboard.
And Yazmin has been making good use of the kitchen’s state-of-the-art appliances, and showed off her cooking skills as she made a prawn pasta.
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It comes after Yazmin opened up about her struggle with PTSD after being in a horror car crash in Turkey last year where she lost her on/off partner Jake McLean.
The star explained that being away from home makes her "panicky" and in a clip spoke to her fans, stating: "Trust this to happen to me, I get so panicky being away from my mum and my family when I go away, and being ill on my own.
"It's just, it gives me such bad PTSD. But I think it's just my body's way of just telling me to take some time.
"I try to push on so much in life, when I go through something terrible, anyone who knows me knows I don't dwell on it.
"People look at me and think, 'F***ing hell she's got over it quick and she's doing alright', but it's the way I try to cope.
"I try to just get on and push on with life and I've ended up making myself really unwell."
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