Rodrigo Alves flaunts her sensational curves in skin-tight jeans and a stylish silk shirt as she arrives in Milan after coming out as a transgender woman
She recently came out as a transgender woman and spoke candidly about wishing her journey had started sooner.
And Rodrigo Alves looked sensational as she made a fashionable arrival in Milan on Friday.
The media personality, 36, flaunted her curves in a pair of skin-tight jeans which she paired with a Gucci belt.
Looking good: Rodrigo Alves, 36, looked sensational in skin-tight jeans and a silk red shirt as she made a fashionable arrival at Milan airport on Friday
Rodrigo added a splash of colour to her ensemble with a red silk shirt, which she left unbuttoned at the top, and patent leather ankle boots.
She donned a warm layer to her outfit in her black padded jacket and accessorised with a large silver cross necklace.
The blonde beauty wore her long locks down and poker straight and rocked a full face of makeup including pink blusher and a nude lipstick.
Flaunt it: She added a warm layer to her outfit in her black padded jacket and accessorised with a large silver cross necklace
Making sure to travel in style, Rodrigo rolled a cabin-sized Gucci case and rested a large matching holdall bag on top.
Rodrigo was later seen with two more cases - which were adorned with stickers from past trips - as she made her way through arrivals.
Last week the star spoke to MailOnline about her 'rebirth' as a transgender woman and said she wishes she had started the transition sooner.
All packed: Rodrigo rolled three cases as well as a large Gucci holdall out of the airport
Perfectly presented: The blonde wore her long locks down and poker straight and rocked a full face of makeup including pink blusher and a nude lipstick
Roddy told MailOnline: 'It's God's will for me to be female. I feel like he wanted to use me as an instrument to teach others about being trans.'
Rodrigo said she wishes she had started her journey to transition sooner, rather than spending more than £600k on cosmetic surgery to try to feel comfortable as a man.
She said: 'When I was little, I loved dolls and dresses and I felt like I was a little girl, but I had no idea what being transgender meant.
Casual: She exuded confidence in her relaxed but stylish travel outfit
Smile: Rodrigo told MailOnline she wished she had started her journey to transition sooner, rather than spending money on surgery to try to feel comfortable as a man
'Now it's something that is much more understood. I spent thousands on having fake abs and biceps, but I felt like a failure as a man, It wasn't who I was meant to be.'
Rodrigo is yet to legally to change her name and is keeping her chosen moniker a secret for now, although she has previously used the name Jessica as her alter-ego.
She said that since she has come out as a woman, people have been incredibly supportive.
She said: 'The feedback has been really positive. A lot of men have been asking me for dates.'
However Rodrigo also revealed that things haven't always been easy and living life as a man made her feel like a fraud and she wanted to end things.
She told MailOnline: 'At times I felt like taking my life would be easier for myself and for everyone around me.
'I became very distant from my friends and family and I got very depressed because I really wanted to come out as a woman.
Honesty: Rodrigo spent over £600k on cosmetic surgery but felt as though she failed as a man
'I felt like I couldn't do that because of my job in TV and my family and it got to the point where I didn't want to put my clothes on because they felt typically male.
'Because of this, getting ready to go out for the day became a big ordeal.'
Rodrigo also explained she wanted to tell her story in order to help others in similar situations and she wants others to know that they are not alone.
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Sensational: Rodrigo also said the decision to become a woman might seem hasty to some but she has been living as a female in secret on and off for two years (pictured on This Morning)