Lorraine Kelly weight loss: ITV presenter dropped two dress sizes by making one change

Lorraine Kelly is an Scottish presenter who has fronted TV programmes including GMTV, ITV Breakfast, and Daybreak. Many will recognise her for presenting ITV’s Lorraine, which she’s worked on since 2010. Recently the presenter has turned heads off screen, as fans have notice her slim down. It comes after the 59-year-old revealed she’d dropped two dress sizes, going from a size 14 to a size, by making a lifestyle change.

Lorraine Kelly weight loss: ITV presenter dropped two dress sizes by making this one change

What did she do?

Although Lorraine admitted she doesn’t weigh herself, she explained that she managed to slim down by adding more exercise to her life.

The presenter decided to take up aerobics, and as a result shed inches off her waistline.

Speaking on This Morning, she said: “I really look forward to my classes, and with the new DVD we wanted to show what a class was like.”

Lorraine revealed losing weight also gave her more confidence and she has since felt comfortable making bolder fashion choices.

Alongside exercise, the presenter used portion control to keep on top of her weight, as she admitted she isn’t very keen on diets.

She said: “I don’t think diets work. It’s all about portion control.

“My husband cooks for me and sometimes I ask, ‘How many people are coming round?’.

“Portion control and not snacking so much are important, as well as being sensible.”

Last week, ITV star Declan Donnelly revealed he’d been inspired by Simon Cowell to lose weight.

The two men appear on Britain’s Got Talent, and both men were recently on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.

Dec revealed in an interview he may copy Simon Cowell’s diet after he lost one and a half stone.

He told the Daily Star: “Simon’s looking good. He’s gone all vegan. Vegan shepherd’s pie, vegan sausages, what’s that about? Is that the secret? I’ll have to look into that!”

It comes after Simon lost 1.5 stone by going vegan.

Speaking in an interview with Extra, Simon explained: “I went to see this guy who’s very well-known. And he said to me, after doing some blood work, ‘You can’t have red meat, dairy, sugar, bread or gluten.’”

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