Mark Labbett showed off his 10-stone weight loss at the Dirty Dancing West End press night at London’s Dominion Theater on Wednesday.
Chase Starr, 57, looked classy in a white shirt and dark coat, paired with black pants and shiny leather shoes.
He posed with dancer Kira Marou, who looked incredible in a black mini dress with a sheer train, while presenter Hayley Palmer showed off her silver thighs. I was surprised by the torn dress.
Wow! Mark Lovett showed off his 10-stone weight loss at the Dirty Dancing West End press conference at London’s Dominion Theater on Wednesday.
Mark, aka The Beast, showed off his weight loss when he appeared on Loose Women in November.
The TV personality showed off her slim frame in a purple shirt and blazer as she sat on the panel.
Mark, who has gone from size 5xl to 2xl, has revealed how he’s lost weight, saying he’s “eating less and drinking more” and taking care of his health.
He said he completely changed his diet due to his battle with diabetes, which he said played a part in his weight loss.
Classy: Chase Starr, 57, looked classy in a white shirt and dark coat, paired with black pants and shiny leather shoes.
Gang: He posed with dancer Kira Marou (middle). While he looked incredible in a black mini dress, host Hayley Palmer (right) wowed in a silver thigh-plunging dress.
“Maybe my diabetes helped because I ate less. I drink more fluids,” he said of the weight loss.
“And taking care of my 5-year-old during lockdown didn’t help anything. How many times I fell down in the mountains! Plus, I’m very busy these days,” he added.
That came after Marc shared a shirtless photo and flaunted his weight loss back in January.
In his caption, he said he went from size 5xl to 2xl, but said at the time that he “still has work to do” on his body.
Focus on his health: He said he completely changed his diet to combat diabetes, which he said played a part in his weight loss (pictured right, 2017)
He wrote in the caption:
Fans were quick to praise his incredible progress, writing in the comments: “That’s a great mark!”
Another poster said, “Well done fellow, great effort,” while a third posted, “Amazing progress!”
Mark recently appeared on ITV’s The Pet Show to talk about his impressive image overhaul, as reported by Yahoo!.
“I’m eating less and drinking more”: After Mark showed off an incredible 10-stone weight loss during an appearance on Loose Women in November.
He credits a golden retriever named Baloo with helping him develop the habit of a regular training routine.
The TV star said his estranged wife was the first to promise to look after, feed and walk the dog.
“It went on for about two weeks, and then she decided, ‘Really, Mark, look at your belly. You need some exercise!’
“I used to take him around the fields and change places. I think he helped a lot just because I was doing more activities,” he said. .
The result: This was after Mark shared a photo of himself losing weight shirtless in January.
He previously said in Loose Women that a friend advised him not to wear a gastric band because it’s a way of getting calories from sugar that is hard to digest.
Mark also took credit for his son’s weight loss, stating:
“I think every woman knows this, how do you keep up with them? At the end of the night, instead of going to the fridge for midnight snacks, I realized I had no choice but to collapse on my bed.” he said.
About 90% of adults with diabetes in the UK have type 2 diabetes
Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood sugar to become too high.
There are two main types of diabetes:
– Type 1, in which the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the cells that produce insulin.
– Type 2 where the body does not produce enough insulin or the body’s cells do not respond to insulin.
Type 2 diabetes is much more common than type 1.
In the UK, about 90% of all adults with diabetes are type 2.
Reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes requires eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and achieving a healthy weight.
Common symptoms of diabetes include thirst, frequent urination (especially at night), fatigue, weight loss, and muscle mass loss.