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The Duchess of York reveals she lost two stones in 12 weeks, joining the long list of stars to have a slim, trim makeover
For most of us, the healthy eating and fitness regime doesn't kick in until January 1st, but Sarah Ferguson has got a headstart by losing an incredible two stone in just 12 weeks.
The Duchess of York - who was once cruelly dubbed the Princess of Pork after ballooning to 16 stone - showed off her new slimline figure at an event in LA, wearing a flattering black skirt suit (above right) to show off a dramatically slimmer figure than earlier this year (above left).
Fergie achieved her impressive weightloss by holing up in a luxury £17,000-a-week Swiss chalet with her personal trainer, Josh Salzmann, where she adhered to a strict juice diet and a gruelling workout regime.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Fergie revealed that she hopes to inspire others.
“I went up to the mountains, and I ran every day," she said. "That’s how I got fit.
“I may have lost 30lbs, but I want to help combat global obesity.
“I want to really get into America and support young children who need to be educated about the future.”
Keep up the good work, Fergs!
Fergie isn't the first celeb to give herself a body makeover - click through the images above to see more stars who've slimmed down.
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My first attempt, by throwing sandwiches, did not work. I raised my sword to the heavens above calling ''I HAVE THE POWER'.............. Instantly I am transformed to do battle with the dreaded SKELETOR.
Imagine my surprise when I come up against Morticia from the Adam's family. Am I destined to continuosly fight the ravaged sallow eyed skeleton horde with heads bigger than their bodies? Which reminds me, looking at their legs, I must get some pipe cleaners.
Don't miss the next exciting episode. The battle against stick thin women from the planet dysmorphia continues.
this is another case of how your supposed to look. its wrong!
its all very good saying she is eating healthy but its not always the case, we are not all Barbie dolls and Kens, and the annoying thing is the youngsters that look up to the celebs as there role models.
there are so many eating disorders out there and 95% of them are caused by media, some people can eat what they like and not put weight on others cant, I think society is terrible, in one hand we are promoting social networking and stereotypical looks but in another this is whats going to cause the problem, most parents don't let there children out to play because its unsafe, we are more scared because of the internet and knowledge this will then be inbedded into our children and there children, eventually most people will work from home again this will change everything again, I can eventually see leaving your house for anything a chore. we will sit in our houses in front of our pc's, tablets and TV's and get bigger and bigger unless they have solved the housing problem and everyone has room for a treadmill in the house for the 3-4 generations of children. at the moment everything is being pushed to buy online even your groceries, I remember being dragged around several shops on Saturdays to get the weeks shop, now its all under one roof, so the little shops close and shut down. now we drive to our superstore or not, we can now have everything you buy going to store sent to your house. so less and less, whether we work from home or drive to work we still really on transport devices. I just think everything is on a collision course, nothing makes sense, everything counters everything. we have to be slim but we are being made to do less, healthy foods are not as healthy as you think and the way they are made is actually worse for us and have more chemicals than non healthy food. the only reason food is not healthy is because its mass produced we are eating more and more so it has to be man made, you buy a joint of meat fre**** been frozen for 5 years before you get it. nothing is fresh, organic is supposed to be grown without chemicals, it has to be now, if you go to a little farm shop you might be okay at the minute but eventually they will have to compete with demand. so whether the celeb is healthy might not be the case, cant quarantee she is eating healthy, she is probably exercising and burning off fat, that's great but I do think your heart will last for a certain amount of time and the more you make it work the less time it will have, you keep hearing of top fit healthy sports people having heart attacks, doesn't make sense, if eating and exercising properly was guarantee for being fit and healthy then do it but as they keep doing, some survey has been done and chocolate in moderation is good for you. alcohol in moderation is good for you. tea is bad, coffee is bad, then they are good. there are no certainties and I just hope the celebs feel better in themselves and have done it for themselves, because lots of people now are going to put pressure on themselves to try and copy and I don't think that's right.
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