Gemma Collins has continued to show off her weight loss and looked slimmer than ever in her latest Instagram snaps.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star posed for a series of festive photos as she visited Lapland UK with boyfriend Rami Hawash and his three-year-old son Tristan this week.
In a solo pic shared with her 2.2 million followers, the TV star showcased her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a spot of ice skating.
Wearing black jeans and a frilly black jumper which she accessorised with a black Chanel handbag, the GC’s new look certainly got fans talking.
Gemma captioned the photo: “The most MAGICAL day of the year @laplanduk it really was unforgettable I had so much fun.”
But it was the 40-year-old’s more natural look which her followers were keen to comment on.
One wrote: “You look so young, beautiful, I love the more natural look on you XXX.”
Another said: “U look beautiful Gemma …. Less is best … stunning.”
“Love this look, suits you better, naturally beautiful Miss G,” a third chimed in.
While a fourth added: “U look amazing without all that makeup.”
Others praised Gemma’s recent three stone weight loss, with many saying she looked “incredible".
“Looking so slim and well,” one fan wrote. “Wow you look amazing! So slim and happy,” said a second.
“Looking amazing Gemma. Happiness is oozing out of you in this picture,” another commented.
Gemma revealed she has lost three stone through a mixture of exercise and controversial 'Skinny Jab' appetite suppressant injections.
The reality TV star also shared she had visited a hypnotist who put a ‘ hypno gastric band’ in her.
She explained: “Now I have four mouthfuls of food and can’t eat any more. It feels like I can’t breathe, I’m so full. Whatever he’s done, it’s bloody worked.”
Formerly a size 22, Gemma’s goal weight is to reach a size 14 and she has also enlisted the help of a personal trainer to help her get there.
But it’s the Skinny Jabs which she is keen to keep using to help her lose another three stone
The jabs are legal as the drug used in them – liraglutide – was approved for medical use in Europe back in 2009. Experts recommend the injections are only taken on doctor's orders.
Speaking about her weight loss journey so far, Gemma told The Sun: "It's been a great amount of weight to lose but I've still got a bit of a way to go if I'm being honest.
"I still want to lose another two or three stone... I use the pen [injections] every week and it just really curbs your appetite.
"It's well needed for me after the lockdown. Basically, since the restaurants have been open again, I’ve been back on them."
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