Alison Hammond showed off her slimmed down figure in a stunning snap, which she shared on Instagram on Friday.
It comes after the presenter, 47, broke down in tears on This Morning while insisting she ‘can’t help herself’ being obese, which is having a devastating effect on her trust.
In a follow-up post on the platform, she revealed she will soon publish a children’s book, Black in Time, which will highlight black figures in British history.
wow! Alison Hammond showed off her slim figure in a pink blazer and pants while teasing her children’s book in Instagram posts on Friday… after crying over her battle with obesity
She looks good: she wrote in her caption: “Pretty in Pink – Love this pink costume today from @yoursclothing stretchy material and so comfy for the fuller girl like me”
When first uploaded, she looked sensational in a bright pink blazer which she teamed with matching pants and a black top.
Completing her look with a pair of charcoal sandals, Alison exuded confidence as she beamed from ear to ear as she stood in the studio on the ITV daytime show.
She wrote in her caption: ‘Pretty in Pink – Absolutely love this pink costume today @yoursclothing stretchy material and so comfy for the fuller girl like me.
‘Vibes – Models own Honestly could live in it. shoes too @yoursclothing . They have to make it a lime green and yellow to please xx.
Tragic: It comes after the presenter, 47, broke down in tears this morning insisting she ‘can’t stop’ being obese, which is having a devastating effect on her trust
“Thank you for the glam @davidobrien75 @rachaeleleri87 @hairbymichellesultan @makeupbymikey #alisonhammond.”
Without sharing the cover of her upcoming book, which will be published by Puffin, she teased her description.
It read: ‘TV presenter Hammond takes readers on a journey through British history to highlight important black figures and the impact they have had on our society. Acquired alongside a memoir and an adult novel.
Alongside the screenshot, she emotionally added: ‘Black in Time!!! Coming soon – The children’s book I wish I had loved as a child [heart emoji].’
Exciting: In a follow-up post on the platform, she revealed she will soon publish a children’s book, Black in Time, which will highlight black figures in British history
New project: Alongside the screenshot, she emotionally added, “Black in Time!!! Coming soon – The children’s book I wish I had as a child [heart emoji]’
Alison recently burst into uncontrollable tears as she admitted how obesity has had a devastating effect on her confidence, live on This Morning.
The Weight Watchers ambassador insisted she ‘couldn’t help’ having the disease and felt people ‘look down on her’, before being consoled by her co-host Dermot O’ Leary.
Alison – who previously admitted she was at her peak when she was over 20 and a dress size 28 – began: ‘When you’re tall people think you’re lazy.
“I’ve had obesity all my life. What is it, your regulatory system is out of whack. You can’t control your urge to eat all the time.
Oh no: Alison recently burst into uncontrollable tears as she admitted how obesity has had a devastating effect on her confidence, live on This Morning
“A lot of people don’t realize that obesity is a disease. You can’t help it.
‘Sorry. I get… I think people look down on people when they’re that big. They can’t really help it.
‘It’s really difficult. You want all the wrong things and you know you don’t look good. Sorry. It really touches me. The NHS needs to see it more as a disease.
The heartbreaking confession was prompted by a phone call to the programme’s dying aunt, Deidre Saunders, who was asked for advice on their 17-year-old daughter’s eating issues.
After the break, the former Big Brother contestant apologized to viewers for her teary-eyed admission, before Dermot warned, “Don’t you dare say sorry.”
Woah: Alison shared this stunning photo of herself in a yellow dress on Instagram. The TV presenter was announced as a WW ambassador in April 2019 and has certainly seen results (pictured left in October 2017 and right in June 2019)