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Great British Bake Off star Paul Hollywood has opened up on his recent weight loss, having lost over a stone.
The silver fox admitted to piling on the pounds during the lockdown, but has since undergone a lifestyle transformation in a bid to trim down.
Getting out of shape during the lockdown is a situation many of us can relate to, especially since boredom breads snacking and we are less on-the-go than usual.
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But how has Paul beaten the bulge?
Well, in a new interview the star explained what constitutes his healthy lifestyle, while also adding that he has been teetotal now for over four months.
Speaking to The Mirror, the star said: “I’ve actually lost a stone. In fact, just over.
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"I am working out a little bit – doing a bit of walking and running and tinkering… just watching what I’m eating really.”
Explaining what exactly he ate, Paul continued: “Every morning I have a couple of eggs from the farm down the road and I make my own toast.
"So, it’s chucky eggs and soldiers and then in the evening I may have another slice of bread with tomato soup.”
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The TV chef added: “I’m on about 1,100 calories a day. I drink about two litres of water as well. I haven’t had alcohol for about four months.”
His Bake Off co-star Prue Leith, 81, also admitted that she always wants "to lose a stone."
She continued: "In fact, I don’t know a woman who doesn’t want to lose a stone, but I never manage it.”
This comes after former host Sue Perkins reminisced about the fun she had filming with Paul.
She told The Sun: "For a while Paul and I only spoke through the medium of violence.
"Early doors, there were a lot of props, big lifelike plastic baguettes. I'd smash a cob into his b******s. I mean, really hard as well, no messing. Like a stab.
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"If I'd just finished a link that wasn't really going anywhere, he'd appear and uppercut me with a baguette that would knock my teeth together.
"What I loved was we never formulated a plan to do that, it just emerged."
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