Anne Hegerty has opened up recently about how her weight loss was key when it came to dating again.
Due to her diagnosis with Asperger’s syndrome, Anne revealed she has struggled to date in the past.
However, Anne Hegerty’s weight loss helped her gain the confidence to look for love again.
She told The Sun: “It took years of psychotherapy before I even considered dating.
Anne Hegerty weight loss: Now The Chase star is slimmer – photos before and after
“I lost weight, replaced my glasses with contact lenses and felt a lot more confident. But I find it really hard to hold down a relationship.”
So how did Anne Hegerty lose weight?
Her slimmer fame is down to a stint in the I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! jungle.
Those celebs on the show are forced to compete in tasks for food, and many contestants lose weight on the show.
At the time a source told the Sun: “We believe between them the campmates have lost around four stone.
“What the celebs are eating is very healthy, from veg to meat protein and fish and that is absorbed quickly by the body. The weight loss doesn’t do any permanent damage, and most pile it back on within three weeks, especially in the build up to Christmas.
“The celebs see it as a detox, although at the same time it is very difficult as they have nothing to distract them from the hunger.”
Alison Hammond’s weight loss has also impressed daytime television fans.
The 44-year-old appears on ITV programme This Morning.
In 2016, Alison told Bella magazine she felt disheartened after struggling with her weight.
She said: “It’s the one thing in my life that I feel like I can’t achieve. When you get really big like me, you don’t see any light at the end of the tunnel.
“I need to do it in small stages. If I just try and live healthily and drink lots of water, the weight loss will come. If I lose one or two stone, it’s not going to be obvious to anybody, but I’ll feel better in myself.”
She is now an ambassador for Weight Watchers, now WW.
Claire Sweeney used Weight Watchers to slim down too.
“It’s an everyday battle with eating because I love food,” she told Bella magazine.
“I’d love to pig out in a nice restaurant, drink loads of wine and have a big curry or Chinese meal.
“I’ve just got to try to resist that temptation.”
“I won’t starve myself. I’m cooking more and taking it into work with me, instead of eating out.”
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