ITV TV doctor, 66, believes star would have been “at high risk” of contracting the virus if she hadn’t lost the pounds and traded her lifestyle for a more lifestyle healthy.
Yesterday, the hitmaker sent shockwaves around the world when she posted a snapshot of herself in a short black dress that highlighted her hourglass figure.
The singer celebrated her 32nd birthday on Monday and went to social media to thank the love she had received on her special day.
The photo has become a topic of discussion at many outlets, as Dr. Hilary and Lorraine Kelly praised her amazing new look.
Surprised by the transformation, Lorraine said: “She looks completely different! “
Dr. Hilary previously discussed what makes a person at high risk for the deadly virus, while encouraging people to continue exercising daily and watching what they eat.
He explained, “We know that obesity causes inflammation in the body, an inflammation that you cannot see. It is associated with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease. “
He said the disease “could increase inflammation from the coronavirus – even more reason for people to go to exercise every day, lose some weight and stay in general.”
As the couple discussed the singer’s breathtaking weight loss, Lorraine gasped, “We think she lost about seven stones, which is great because she did it for the right reasons – she wanted to be healthy. “
She added, “Apparently, she did it in a sensible way. No crazy diet, it’s just a lifestyle change. “
Before Dr. Hilary intervenes: “She would have been at high risk.”
Against the comment from the TV doctor, Lorraine said, “And now she’s not. “
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Hello’s hitmaker decided to transform her physique after ending her 8-year marriage to Simon Konecki last year.
She separated from Simon – with whom she shares her seven-year-old son, Angelow – after meeting in 2011 and they then married in 2017.
After the marriage ended, the singer focused on her son’s health, reports say.
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