Model, Kelly Brook, has revealed her weight loss journey in the latest issue of Hello! Magazine.
The 40-year-old model admitted she didn’t feel “healthy or beautiful” at size 16, but said that after dropped two dress sizes she feels “sexy” again.
After photographers told her to “breathe in” on the red carpet, she reflected on that time, admitting she had been lying to herself about her gradual weight gain.
“I crept up to a size 16. When my jeans started to feel tight I thought they'd shrunk in the wash.
“I definitely didn't feel my healthiest or most beautiful, and I wanted to feel good again.” She said.
Despite Brook feeling most “sexy” at size 12, this is somewhat of a personal choice, as she said her boyfriend, 32, is happy with the way she looks whatever her size.
“He loves me whatever my size. He didn't even notice I'd gained weight. He doesn't care about things like that.
“He just likes that I sit down and enjoy eating with him. I'm not one of those girls who pushes a salad around her plate.”
The pair have been together for five years and live in the Kent countryside.
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When she returned to the spotlight in 2017, she admitted she was shocked at the emphasis on her weight while she was on the red carpet.
“Well, I'm glad they told me! They actually thought they were doing me a favour, but yeah, it was a bit of a shock.” She admitted.
Kelly Brook is one of many celebrities who has opened up about the pressure to maintain their weight as a celebrity.
Recently, Olly Murs revealed a two-month body transformation after announcing he was unhappy with his weight.
The 35-year-old admitted that his “weight was doing me no favours, grumpy, no energy, sleeping was awful so I made some adjustments.”
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Rebel Wilson is another celebrity sitting firmly on the fitness train at the moment.
She showed off her impressive weight loss alongside her personal trainer Jono Castano.
“Been putting in the yards 7 days a week! Proud of you gurl.” Castano wrote about the actress.