Tamara Ecclestone goes 'donuting' during Dubai break

   May 2, 3:22 pm

London, May 2 (ANI): Tamara Ecclestone showed that there was more to her than just shopping and tanning as she enjoyed an action-packed weekend break in Dubai.

Holidaying with her boyfriend Omar Khyami and gay couple Phill Turner and Gary Cockerill, the 27-year-old decided to hire an inflatable donut for some water fun, the Daily Mail reported.

With businessman Khyami, 38, staying on dry land, the F1 heiress sought thrills as they were pulled along on the donut by a speed boat .

The eldest Ecclestone daughter certainly looked trim in her silver Melissa Odabash bikini.

Having spent a lot of her long weekend with the pair, Ecclestone propositioned them about the donut ride on Twitter.

"Its boiling today going to make the most of it see you in a bit..." she wrote.

After her high-speed ride she took to her micro blogging site to tell about the day.

"That was so much fun!!!!!!!!!" she tweeted.

As well as hiring the donut, the trio also did some paddle-boarding.

During her three night break in the UAE, Ecclestone and her boyfriend also enjoyed several lavish meals out at some of the city's top restaurants. (ANI)

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