Scarlett Moffatt looks phenomenal as she shows off three stone weight loss

Scarlett Moffatt

by Owen Tonks |
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Scarlett Moffat has shown off her incredible weight loss after losing weight this year.

The Googlebox star shed three stones after she was told she was putting herself in danger by being overweight.

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! winner has since shed three stone in a bid to improve her health.

Her weight loss was given an extra boost during her stay in the Australian jungle as the celebrities are forced to survive on basic food rations.

The reality star has now filmed a fitness DVD which is set to be released on Boxing Day and has shared pictures and videos of herself looking phenomenal on Instagram.

In one clip she can be seen wearing a white lace outfit as she blows a kiss to the camera and in another she can be seen dancing in a black and white get-up.

Scarlett lost three stone in six months, taking her from a size 16 to 18 to a size eight to 10 before she jetted Down Under for I’m A Celeb.

The radio presenter is delighted with the results but admits it didn’t come without hard work.

Explaining how she did it, she recently told Closer: “Interval training is really short bursts, so sometimes the exercises are only a minute long, but my body still aches the next day - it’s definitely worth it though.

“Now I can run up the stairs in my block of flats without getting out of breath!

“I know what exercises work now, but I change up the order with friends. I do certain exercises, like burpees, for just a minute, which doesn’t sound like a long time but it works.”

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