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Scarlett Moffatt has been open about her weight struggles in the past and now the Northern lass has joked about putting on weight during lockdown.
The television personality, who got abnormal cells removed from cervix after her smear test, took to Instagram to post a selfie of her wearing some loungewear.
In the snap, the 30 year old can be seen modelling a light pink tracksuit jumper and bottoms as she looks into the camera and poses.
The former Gogglebox star's hair and make-up is all done up as she stands in her stunning living room.
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She captioned it: "My beautiful friends at @jyylondon helping me show off my curves that have been enhanced by lockdown 2.0.
"Love my comfy glam trackies from my favs @jyylondon. They have 40% off everything tonight just use code XMAS40 at checkout plus delivery by Xmas Eve wooo."
Scarlett's celebrity friends commented on the photo, with Ibiza Weekender star David Potts writing: "Unreal," with a heart eyes emoji.
Actress Daisy May Cooper said: "You looking beaut bubs," [sic] and Criss Rock wrote: "Cutie." [sic]
Fans also commented and praised Scarlett on her curvy body.
One fan said: "Curves are the new 2021 you're not even fashionable if you don't have them."
A second gushed: "Gorgeous as ever," while a third fan wrote: "You look amazing!"
The I'm A Celebrity star, who previously looked unrecognisable in a throwback snap from 2008, opened up about her weight earlier this year.
After releasing a workout DVD in 2018 and losing three stone, Scarlett was trolled after putting on weight following the release of the DVD.
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Speaking to Frankie Bridge on her Open Mind podcast, Scarlett said: "I slowly realised it was quite detrimental to my mental health.
"I've also deleted all my before and after pictures…Not only were they bad for my peace of mind it wasn't really good for other people because now I look like my before pictures again.
"I sort of rebelled against the DVD because I just didn't like how it happened and I just wasn't for it anymore," she explained.
"I purposefully started putting weight on. I was sort of like, 'if I get big again it can't get brought up'. I can't have this stigma attached to me about this DVD and people will stop buying it."
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