Holly Willoughby admits she gets frustrated talking about diets amid Adele’s incredible transformation

Holly Willoughby has confessed she gets "frustrated" talking about diets during a discussion on Adele's recent weight loss on This Morning.

The 39 year old, who has remained tight-lipped about her own secrets to keeping in shape, spoke out about the 32 year old singer's transformation one day after she had posted a stunning photo of herself for her birthday.

Talking to Vanessa Feltz, who recently scolded presenter Eamonn Holmes for having a "tantrum", over a zoom video call, Holly said: "Vanessa, to be fair, I get very frustrated when we're talking about diets.


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"I know you've been on here talking about your own battle with weight loss and you tried every diet in the book and none of those worked for you.

"You went for more drastic measures which, for you, worked out brilliantly."

The TV personality had a gastric bypass fitted back in 2010 after years of yo-yo dieting, she then had it removed in 2019 after suffering from gastroesophageal reflux.

Since then, she's cut down on calories, ditched alcohol and has credited sex as one of the best ways to keep fit.

The 58 year old replied to Holly: "It's not so much as the diets don't work, they do work but the problem is the bit where you've lost all the weight and everyone says, 'Oh, you look great!'

"You feel great, people start to treat you in a different way, which is awful because you're the same inside as out."

Vanessa added: "However you feel great, you celebrate but then you go back to normal life which, for most people with people with a weight problem, involves having a bit of chocolate!"

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During a 2016 interview with Prima Magazine, Holly herself admitted she would never tell her fans how she stays in shape as she doesn't want to "encourage" eating disorders.

"I don’t want to encourage eating disorders. I try not to focus too much on my appearance. As long as I’m being healthy, that’s good enough for me."

Holly, who was recently asked by Kate Middleton to send her pictures of life in lockdown, continued: "I’m quite active and I try to not let the way I look be the main focus because it’s not the important thing."

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She later explained that she never discusses her diet, as she fears young girls “fixate” on other women’s eating habits.

“I actually avoid talking about my diet and exercise regime because I have interviewed so many people affected by eating disorders,” Holly told the magazine.

“I know that some people in chat rooms can really fixate on other people’s diets. I just can’t contribute to that.”

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