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Soap star Jennie McAlpine has revealed a simple diet hack which has seen her drop three dress sizes. The ITV Coronation Street favourite has played Fiz Stape on the show since 2001.

Her character has left the cobbles for now, with writers temporarily sending her to Norfolk. And in real life, mum-of-two Jennie has lost a lot of weight over the years – and credits a games console for helping shift the pounds.

Playing the energetic boxing game on the Wii console has helped keep herself in great shape – as did ditching crisps and ice cream. Although the Fiz actress has been open about her incredible new look, she has revealed that she doesn’t like discussing body image, the Mirror reports.

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Speaking about weight loss on Loose Women back in 2017, Jennie said: “On the front of the magazine was ‘Jennie McAlpine admits to us ‘I wish I had a gastric band.’”

She went on: “I was so distressed. I refuse to talk about it because I don’t want to be responsible for a young boy or young girl reading that.

Jennie has undergone an incredible transformation over the year and she has told fans that getting into shape with mostly “common sense”. Explaining how to start the diet, Jennie insists that trusting your own instinct about what is good and bad for you is the perfect place to start.

Jennie said: “I don’t go in for all the diet plans and worrying yourself silly over how much you weigh. Ice cream is bad, salad is good – it’s not rocket science. If you eat more of the good stuff and take more exercise then you’ll lose weight.”

Jennie said that she did not ‘over-worry’ about the diet and kept it simple and is pleased that this has led to her dropping three dress sizes. She continued: “It’s really not worth beating yourself up over it. I know there’s pressure in this business, but I can honestly say I’ve never felt it myself.

“I’m not saying I let it wash over me because of course I’m aware of it, but I don’t let it bother me. I just think there are far more important things going on in the world. A balanced diet and regular exercise are essential to maintain a healthy lifestyle and start your weight loss journey.”


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