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MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace has been hard at it losing weight and achieving "almost a six pack" after overhauling his lifestyle.
The 55-year-old has admitted that seeing himself on camera before he embarked on his new diet and fitness regime left him feeling "horrified".
Sharing a picture of himself on his Instagram Stories in just his shorts and a pair of trainers, Gregg was beaming from ear-to-ear.
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He captioned the image, writing: "Almost a six pack".
The TV personality has been documenting his journey to losing four stone and toning up on social media and he has every right to feel pleased with his efforts.
But talking about watching old footage back of himself has left him feeling bittersweet.
He said: "First of all I looked at it and I was horrified, absolutely horrified. And then I was struck with an immense sense of pride and wellbeing."
So inspired by his own loss, Gregg announced he is launching his own fitness website.
On his appearance, he went on: "I did it, it's great. I don't need to lose any more weight now, I just need to maintain.
"But I know what it is, it's about teaching yourself over time, healthy habits that become part of your every day life.'"
Recently he revealed that he had achieved his goal during the coronavirus lockdown after fearing his gruelling routine would take a hit.
He wrote: “Good morning it's 6am, I'm going to do some exercising. I’ve hit my goal weight, I'm now just below 12 stone which means I've lost four stone.”
It comes after the proud dad vowed to get in shape in 2017.
A previous Weight Watchers ambassador, he revealed to Good Morning Britain that he was kicking off his new healthy lifestyle regime by cutting out certain indulgences.
He said: “Let’s just say there are certain things you have to cut out. I reduced the booze, I’ve had to give up fry ups and I exercise more.”
He also told The Sun that he’d adapted his favourite meals to healthier versions.
He said: “Don’t cut out things you like – it will just make you miserable."
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