Scarlett Moffatt turns heads in a pink polka dot shirt dress as she pushes a monogrammed suitcase

She recently revealed she will travel to Africa with her family and entire childhood home as part of a new TV series for Channel 4.

And Scarlett Moffatt appeared to be working on another television project as she was seen leaving Media City, Manchester, with her family on Wednesday.

The TV presenter, 29, looked sensational as she cut a stylish figure in a pink shirt dress which was covered in black polka dots for the outing.

Wow: Scarlett Moffat appeared to be working on another television project as she was seen leaving Media City, Manchester, with her family on Wednesday

Wow: Scarlett Moffat appeared to be working on another television project as she was seen leaving Media City, Manchester, with her family on Wednesday

Wow: Scarlett Moffat appeared to be working on another television project as she was seen leaving Media City, Manchester, with her family on Wednesday

Scarlett teamed her eye-catching number with a pair of black wedges, which boosted her petite frame with a few added inches.

The I’m A Celebrity winner opted for a glamorous look as she wore her raven tresses in soft waves and finished her look with a full face of make-up.

Scarlett pushed along a bright pink monogrammed suitcase, while toting a slouchy brown leather handbag on her arm.

Glam: The TV presenter, 29, looked sensational as she cut a stylish figure in a pink shirt dress which was covered in black polka dots for the outing

Glam: The TV presenter, 29, looked sensational as she cut a stylish figure in a pink shirt dress which was covered in black polka dots for the outing

Glam: The TV presenter, 29, looked sensational as she cut a stylish figure in a pink shirt dress which was covered in black polka dots for the outing

Scarlett’s outing comes after it was revealed she and her parents Betty and Mark, sister Ava and grandmother Christine – will relocate their house to Namibia to live alongside the nomadic Himba tribe for new show, The British Tribe Next Door.

The series sees an exact replica of their County Durham home rebuilt in Namibia with Scarlett and her loved ones taking creature comforts such as running water, electricity, iPhones, frozen ready meals and the family television with them.

Across four hour-long episodes filmed over four weeks, The British Tribe Next Door will see the Moffatt family find common ground with the Himba tribe.

Work it: Scarlett teamed her eye-catching number with a pair of black wedges, which boosted her petite frame with a few added inches

Work it: Scarlett teamed her eye-catching number with a pair of black wedges, which boosted her petite frame with a few added inches

Work it: Scarlett teamed her eye-catching number with a pair of black wedges, which boosted her petite frame with a few added inches

Scarlett said: ‘This is one of the most eye-opening experiences of my life.

‘I feel privileged and humbled that the Himba tribe invited us to join them and we have all learnt an enormous amount.’

Chief Tijone of the Himba tribe added: ‘I was born in our village and I’ve never travelled far so I don’t know the Western life. Of course, there are benefits and there are disadvantages.

Change: Scarlett's outing comes after it was revealed she and her parents Betty and Mark, sister Ava and grandmother Christine - will relocate their house to Namibia

Change: Scarlett's outing comes after it was revealed she and her parents Betty and Mark, sister Ava and grandmother Christine - will relocate their house to Namibia

Change: Scarlett’s outing comes after it was revealed she and her parents Betty and Mark, sister Ava and grandmother Christine – will relocate their house to Namibia

‘When the visitors come, they can explain everything to us, and we will learn from each other’s cultures.’

The Himba agreed to host the Moffatts so they could judge first hand the sedentary and consumerist Western lifestyle they have heard about but never seen.

The average Himba home has about a dozen possessions, compared to almost 22,000 in the Moffatt’s home.

Head of factual entertainment at Channel 4 Alf Lawrie said: ‘For the first time in human history, British suburbia and Himba tribal life will coexist side-by-side.

‘This series contrasts two worlds on a spectacular scale – but at its heart, is about the extraordinary relationships it creates.

Reality show: The Himba agreed to host the Moffatts so they could judge first hand the sedentary and consumerist Western lifestyle they have heard about but never seen

Reality show: The Himba agreed to host the Moffatts so they could judge first hand the sedentary and consumerist Western lifestyle they have heard about but never seen

Reality show: The Himba agreed to host the Moffatts so they could judge first hand the sedentary and consumerist Western lifestyle they have heard about but never seen

‘Scarlett and the Himba are the perfect foils, both hospitable, curious, friendly… and sharing wicked senses of humour.’

Co-executive producer for Voltage TV Sanjay Singhal said: ‘We’re excited to be making such an ambitious and innovative programme.

‘It feels totally unpredictable and I’m intrigued to know what the Himba and the Moffatts will learn about themselves from taking part.’

The British Tribe Next Door will air on Channel 4 later this year 

Rise to fame: Scarlett shot to fame on Gogglebox with her parents Betty and Mark in 2014

Rise to fame: Scarlett shot to fame on Gogglebox with her parents Betty and Mark in 2014

Rise to fame: Scarlett shot to fame on Gogglebox with her parents Betty and Mark in 2014

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