SUSANNAH Constantine looked happier than ever – after dropping a whopping four dress sizes and posing in a swimsuit.
The TV fashion guru lost an impressive stone and a half five years ago and has managed to keep the wieght off.
Susannah, 60, took to Instagram to share a stunning snap and said she often takes a dip in the UK sea and also has an ice bath in her garden.
She said she uses a long sleeved suit to hide her "chest wrinkles and crepey arms".
The TV star penned: "Sooooo. Here is the stretchy solution (not sodding neoprene) hide chest wrinkles and crepey arms. Not rocket science.
"And not ideal for cracking a tan. But great for chilly uk waters and my bird bath barrel in the garden."
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Susannah – who opened up about her alcohol recovery in 2021 – previously told fans that she now weighs less than her friend and What Not To Wear co-host Trinny Woodall, 59, and was now "as skinny as Trinny".
Susannah was spurred on to lose weight after seeing a series of unflattering pictures, followed by her daughter Cece saying some unflattering things about her appearance.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday at the time, the star said: "Today I can announce that, for the first time ever, I weigh less than my dear friend and former TV ‘sister’ Trinny.
"In just three months I’ve lost a stone and a half of flab – a caterpillar-style transformation from a lardy, puffed-up size 16 to a curvy size 10/12.
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"Trinny is a skinny size 8, it’s true, but her extra inches of height mean I’m definitely the lighter of the two."
Susannah first achieved her weight loss by signing up to the Famously Unfit Sport Relief challenge for TV.
During filming, she has trained with the Saracens Women rugby team and rowed along the Thames River with champion rower James Cracknell.
She also took on a muddy endurance race which she said was "televised in humiliating detail in the name of Sport Relief."
Recalling the moment she needed to make a change after seeing her picture in a magazine, she wrote: "It was not at all flattering.
"Floaty frock or no floaty frock, I resembled a tug boat, a point pretty much confirmed by Trinny when we spoke. To be blunt, I was a fat hippo."
And remembering her then 14-year-old daughter's comments, she added: "I stepped into the bath one morning only to hear her remark through the door that I’d better let some water out first."
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