She’s known for looking fabulous in an array of glamorous figure-hugging gowns on Strictly and now presenter Tess Daly has revealed the secret to keeping her fabulous figure in check.
The 48-year-old host confessed that if she ever feels like she needs to ‘lose an inch or so’ her trick to staying slim is cutting out white bread.
But if she is going through a period of feeling self-conscious about her figure, Tess who has two daughters Phoebe, 13, and Amber, eight, with husband Vernon Kay, 43, never meantins it in front of her girls.
‘If I’m feeling a bit fatter I won’t talk about it,’ she told Fit & Well magazine, ‘I try to instill in them that their character is a lot more important than their appearance.’
Tess Daly says she doesn’t want her daughters to fret about their appearance so avoids discussing her own weight in front of them
The Strictly presenter, pictured with her family in 2015 at LAX airport, has two daughters Phoebe, 13, and Amber, eight, with radio host Vernon Kay
The presenter confesses to having a sweet tooth, but says that if she’s ever having one of those ‘fat days’ she doesn’t fret about it.
And instead advises ‘Pull your shoulders back and don’t hit it as hard next week.’
Tess, who was rocked by scandal when she discovered her TV and radio presenter husband had been secretly texting glamour model Rhian Sugden, 31, in 2010, also keeps fit running around after her two girls.
The active family often go on bike rides, walk their dogs and hike in Chiltern Hills just outside of London.
The television hosts were rocked by scandal in 2010 when it was revealed that Vernon, pictured with Tess at Wimbledon in 2017, had been secretly texting glamour model Rhian Sugden
Tess, pictured with Strictly co-host Claudia Winklema, keeps fit by staying active with her family and says she only ever seriously dieted once when she was living in Paris as a model
The mother-of-two, who was scouted as a model at 18 standing outside a McDonald’s in Manchester, said she has only ever seriously dieted once.
She moved to Paris but after a week of ‘cutting out chocolate and bread’ and trying to stay trim like the other girls she was living with she admits she packed it in and never went back.
‘Everybody around me was on a diet, so it was the norm,’ she says.
But now she follows her own mantra ‘Do what makes you happy as long as you’re comfortable in yourself.’
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