CHLOE Goodman has revealed her two-and-a-half stone weight loss in a sexy gym bra and matching leggings.
The Ex On The Beach star, 29, previously told how she had given up meat in an attempt to re-vamp her lifestyle – and has now admitted she feels “so confident.”
Mum of two Chloe showcased her toned figure in a photoshoot which saw her wearing a matching black and aqua-coloured gym co-ord.
She has now detailed how she has prioritised a balanced diet, with three meals a day, as well as regularly walking her dog.
The star also snacks on fruit and nuts and has recently got back into the gym.
Alongside a series of before and after snaps, Chloe told Closer Magazine: “I’ve lost 2 ½ stone and feel so confident.”
She added: “It was very important to me to do it in a healthy way and not put pressure on myself.
“It’s taken me a year to lose that weight and I’ve not been on a diet, I just made healthy choices and filled up on lots of protein.”
Yet surgery is not completely off the cards to achieve her desired look.
Chloe added: “I’ve been quite a soft, spongy person since 2019!
“I could tuck my boobs into my shoes, so I wouldn’t rule out having an uplift at some point, but I’m quite confident in myself.”
Last year, Chloe showed off her post-baby body in a figure-hugging dress.
She looked every inch the yummy mummy in the bodycon number that flattered her hourglass figure.
Speaking to OK! magazine last February, she revealed the birth of her second baby and said: “Grant and I are overjoyed to announce the news that we’ve welcomed a healthy baby boy to the family.
“Isla is so excited to be a big sister. There’s been a few complications.”
The joyous news came three weeks after she revealed she needed to welcome her baby boy four weeks earlier than planned via C-section.
Following an operation she had in 2018, Chloe’s pregnancies were considered high risk and she was told that she wouldn’t be able to carry any more babies after welcoming her son.
High-grade 3 abnormal cells were found in a routine smear test, and it could have led to cervical cancer if left untreated.
She had surgery to remove half of her cervix, and she was warned that as a result she had a higher risk of miscarriage or premature birth.
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