LORRAINE Kelly has opened up about her dramatic weight loss – telling followers she has lost a stone and a half.
The ITV star, 62, explained she’d gone down two dress sizes insisting: “I’m finding it easy to keep it off.”
Lorraine shared pictures of her before and after the slimdown, with one showing her in front of pizza with a glass of wine.
The other showed her in pink backstage on her show in the corridors of Television Centre in West London.
Lorraine’s ITV co-star Susanna Reid commented: “You’re gorgeous any which way x.”
The daytime TV presenter said earlier that she had put on weight after eating doughnuts in the morning and enjoying chocolate platters in the evening.
She said: “By the end of 2021, I’d put on a stone and a half and was a size 14.”
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Lorraine slimmed down by by joining WW – formerly known as WeightWatchers – for whom she words as an ambassador, and going to weekly meetings.
She wrote on Instagram today, alongside her two pictures: “Wow I cant believe both pictures are me!!
“I’ve dropped two dress sizes – I’ve lost a stone and a half – and the best part of all, I’m finding it easy to keep it off – all thanks to @ww.uk.”
She added: “The WW program has helped me create and stick to healthy habits.
“The app helps me track what I’m eating, how much sleep I’m getting and what exercise I’m doing, as well as making sure I drink enough water and giving me lots of delicious recipes to cook (or atleast try haha!)”
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The star, who says she never weighs herself, has swapped some of her favourite treats for more healthy alternatives.
The night-time chocolate has been banished in favour of berries, melon and mango which she dips in WW chocolate spread.
Speaking in February this year, Lorraine told OK, she’d gone from a size 10 to a size 14.
She said: “During the pandemic I started comfort eating and that was my downfall – comfort eating and not being able to go to my fitness classes.
“I wanted muffins, I wanted croissants, I wanted doughnuts. All of these things that you know you shouldn’t be having and you think it’s making you feel better at the time and it doesn’t.”