If you follow Mia Khalifa on social media, you'll know she spends much of her time jetting around the world.
The Lebanese-born influencer, sports broadcaster and former porn star regularly frequents the biggest cities and most glamorous locations, as you would expect - but it seems one small coastal UK town has won her heart.
Last month, the 29-year-old said she'd spent a fortnight in Whitstable, in Kent, adding that she was 'heartbroken to leave'.
Her affection for the place was reflected by the fact she returned last week, writing on Instagram: "Whitstable, I adore you."
And once again, she was devastated to leave, sharing a picture as she landed in Miami with the caption: "Whitstable > Miami."
The unlikely love affair has gone down a treat with Brits.
One Twitter user wrote: "Seeing @miakhalifa become a Whitstable seaside girl is the best part of my year."
Others noticed that she's even changed her Twitter banner to a sunset in the town.
"Love how you've got Whitstable as your banner," one fan wrote.
It's not all been plain sailing for Mia in the UK though.
In September, following the death of the Queen, she resented having to sit in 3.5 hours of traffic.
Sharing a clip in which late chef Anthony Bourdain declared his hatred for the aristocracy, she captioned the post: "Me right now as I sit in a car for 3.5 hours to a shoot bc [because] of traffic from the queen having died peacefully due to being as old as the Magna Carta."
But while the monarchy may not be to her liking, the shopping in London most definitely is.
Khalifa enjoyed 'a perfect Sunday' as she took in the sights of some of the city's best shops, including Bond Street and Selfridges.
She showed off some of the swanky shops to her Instagram followers, in a post captioned: "A perfect Sunday? Blood pudding and Annie’s and Bentley’s and Selfridges."
Khalifa was once the top-rated star on Pornhub, causing controversy in the Middle East after she performed sex scenes in a hijab, and she has since revealed that her headline-grabbing three months in the industry were the worst of her life.
Speaking on Alexandra Cooper's Call Her Daddy podcast last March, she said: "I started disassociating and just compartmentalising and pretending like things never happened to the point where I didn't talk about porn for the first like three years after, I just went quiet and never spoke about it.
"Every time I did an interview that was the one thing they were not allowed to ask me about, I refused to acknowledge that I did it and it wasn't until therapy that I realised how detrimental that is."