KATE Silverton looked slimmer than ever after her two stone weight loss as she appeared on The One Show.
The former BBC newsreader cracked down on her nutrition and exercise during the first lockdown, vowing not to let the time at home be an excuse to put on weight.
Kate, 50, took up rebounding – a low impact workout performed on a mini trampoline – as a way to rid her body of "stress" alongside Pilates and cycling.
And last night the former Strictly star showed off her slender frame and glowing complexion as she spoke about her new parenting book There's No Such Thing As 'Naughty'.
The mum of two wore a pale blue jumper and dark trousers for her appearance, revealing her
Kate previously spoke about her weight fluctuating over the past year and said: "I was either going to put on two-and-a-half stone during lockdown or lose it, and I've lost it.
"It was a conscious decision and I knew I had to focus.
"I bought myself a racer bike, a trampoline and some Tracy Anderson DVDs and I got a good nutritionist. I have been eating at specific times and trying to get more sleep.
"I feel so much better in myself. I'm feeling as fit and well as I possibly can at this time of my life."
Last month Kate told how she had dropped weight ahead of her 50th birthday.
The TV star started the cardio workout after she "got to that point when you have no spare reserves" while juggling her job, homeschooling her kids Wilbur and Clemency, and writing a book.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Kate said: "I got one of those rebounder trampolines.
"I was studying how toxic stress sits in the body so the jumping up and down helped."
Adding: "I turned 50 and I did mark that by saying I want to look as well as I can."
The TV star, who recently showed off her figure on BBC's The Hit List, also completed a 50-lap swimming challenge to raise funds for Children In Need and Girlguiding in October.
Kate is no stranger to a fitness transformation, having lost two dress sizes during her 2018 Strictly Come Dancing stint.
At the time, she revealed that the gruelling Strictly training got her back into her old wedding dress.
She told the People: "It's really good to be able to go up to the attic and get a whole new old wardrobe.
"I've got all these lovely clothes that I haven't worn in about eight years into them.
"Last Sunday I went upstairs and called my husband and children up and I was there in my wedding dress, so that was a thrill."
"It sparked a lovely conversation about how Mummy and Daddy got married and so on."
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