In another photo, Daisy posed in the water in a tiger print bikini with her hair wet and captioned the snap: "tops annoyin me 2."
While away, the actress looks to be having a very fun time indeed and she shared a peek inside the trip on Instagram.
In one video she tucks into a delicious meal at Nobu and said she "wants to cry" because the food was "so good."
The star also enjoyed some Laurent-Perrier Champagne with her delicious meal.
Daisy also reclined in a jacuzzi overlooking a Dubai beach, in truly magical scenes.
When she's not sunning herself in Dubai, Daisy stars as Amelia on hit soap Emmerdale.
Daisy has grown up in the Dales, and she's starred in a series of hard-hitting storylines, including the actress fighting for her life after she was caught up in an accident at the garage trying to help her dad.
Amelia made her first appearance on the soap in July 2011.
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She was seven years old when she joined the ITV soap, and has just celebrated her 18th birthday in real life this year.
The soap star has been praised for her maturity and acting abilities many times throughout her career to date.
When dealing with tough storylines such a losing her mother in 2020, one fan wrote on Twitter: “That was a well acted scene by Daisy Campbell. #Emmerdale has such great young actors."
"How good was Amelia tonight on the dales keep up the good work Daisy," another fan shared.
Daisy's co-star Liam Fox, who plays her onscreen father, praised his young screen partner for her role in their scenes together where she has to care for him when he has an allergic reaction.
"Daisy is amazing. We had a chat with The Joseph Rowntree Foundation and met with parents and children in this situation," Liam explained during an interview with Christine Lampard on ITV's Lorraine.
"They might be 14 or 15 but they’re like 30-year-old adults, they had to grow up so fast. Daisy has been amazing and lent truth to it."
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