Myleene Klass has been travelling around Nepal as part of a Save The Children humanitarian project, and the former Hear'Say singer and TV presenter has been revealing her adventures of the magical Himalayan nation on Instagram.
Breathtaking landscape shots included a sunrise over the Himalayas mountain range – which is home to some of the world's highest peaks – a burning orange sunset and lush green countryside. Other photos of Myleene's trip showed her getting involved in a "Road block removal" as she and the team moved branches so that their jeep could continue its journey.
One picture of their transport with the logo and phrase "Save the Children" on the side showed the silhouette of Myleene's hands in a heart shape.
She captioned the photo: "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return".
The musician and TV personality also got acquainted with the locals during her fundraising venture to the South Asian country, posting a picture of herself posing with two women who were going about their daily tasks. "These girls are too cute! #Nepal" she wrote alongside a snap of herself and the smiling ladies, who carried a huge load of leaves on their shoulders.
The mum-of-two, who left her daughters Ava and Hero at home for the duration of her stay abroad, also took part in several hikes while in Nepal, and shared a series of fun-loving selfies on her way, including of herself smiling happily and posing with a herd of goats.
When she was safely back on British soil on Sunday, Myleene, who has teamed up with charity Save The Children numerous times in the past, posted a finally update on Twitter. "Home from Nepal. Met some incredible, inspirational people. Can't wait to share their stories with you in the next few weeks. @savechildrenuk", she wrote.