Carol Kirkwood, 55, appears to have slimmed down of late with her already-enviable figure flaunted on morning TV.
The weather presenter revealed a new found love of running has helped her to slim down.
While Carol is surely admired for her curves, she admitted she was unhappy with her bottom half before taking up the exercise.
She told the Mirror in March: “I always say my hips look fat or my bottom looks huge.”
However, when the BBC asked the weather expert to participate in a 5k run she fell in love with the exercise.
She said: “I didn’t think I could run, for obvious reasons. I started doing it because it was for the BBC’s Get Inspired campaign. They wanted me to inspire others, so I couldn’t give up.”
The TV star also walks a lot in the mornings and is very busy on her shifts.
She said: “I run from the TV studio to radio because I am on every 15 minutes. I’ve got a good pair of trainers! I think I do about six to eight thousand steps every morning.”
Carol, who was married to her husband Jimmy Kirkwood for 25 years before separating in 2008, also lost weight on Strictly Come Dancing in 2015.
She lost almost a stone and dropped two dress sizes on the ITV dance contest, in which she came 10th place.
But is there a trick she could learn to keep the weight off and stay toned?
A scientific study revealed the weight loss tricks of people who have lost weight and kept it off have been revealed by scientists.
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