The project: Chrissie Swan shows off her 90kg weight loss in a $700 floral dress

Project presenter Chrissie Swan, 48, shows off her slimmed-down figure in a $700 floral dress after her dramatic 90kg weight loss

TV and radio host Chrissie Swan has lost a whopping 90 kg in the past two years.

And the mum of three, 48, showed off her dramatic weight loss on Monday in a chic floral dress.

Chrissie shared several photos on Instagram of herself in the $695 dress as she prepared to go live on The Project.

The project: Chrissie Swan shows off her 90kg weight loss in a $700 floral dress

Body overhaul: TV and radio host Chrissie Swan (left in 2012), who has lost 90kg in the past two years, showed off her dramatic weight loss on Monday in a chic floral dress (right).

She looked sensational in the long navy blue shirt dress from Moss and Spy, with a floral pattern on the skirt and sleeves.

Chrissie styled her long dark locks loosely and her makeup consisted of a smokey eye and a coat of mascara.

‘Cute dress! Thanks Moss and Spy. No idea what I’m doing in this shot,” she captioned the post.

Verdict: It comes after Chrissie discussed rumors about her 90kg weight loss.  Speaking on the podcast The Weekend Briefing in April, she clarified that articles stating that she attributed her weight loss to quitting alcohol were inaccurate.

Verdict: It comes after Chrissie discussed rumors about her 90kg weight loss. Speaking on the podcast The Weekend Briefing in April, she clarified that articles stating that she attributed her weight loss to quitting alcohol were inaccurate.

It comes after Chrissie discussed rumors about her 90kg weight loss.

In April, speaking on the podcast The Weekend Briefing, she clarified that articles stating that she attributed her weight loss to quitting alcohol were inaccurate.

The project’s host had previously talked about giving up alcohol and taking 10km daily walks, which she says improved her physical and mental health during the lockdown.

“You say one thing and then suddenly you’re the poster girl for that thing,” she told the podcast.

“I said very carefully, ‘I drank too much in lockdown and it wasn’t very good for my mental health, my anxiety was through the roof, so I gave up and it was a great decision for me.’

Clarifying her statements: Chrissie had previously talked about giving up alcohol and taking 10km daily walks, which she says improved her physical and mental health during the lockdown.

Clarifying her statements: Chrissie had previously talked about giving up alcohol and taking 10km daily walks, which she says improved her physical and mental health during the lockdown. “You say one thing and then suddenly you’re the signboard for that thing,” she said

Chrissie went on to say that her comments were “misunderstood” as she said she had lost weight by not drinking anymore.

She continued: “I never said that. I’ve never talked about my body. I won’t talk about my body. My body is totally irrelevant.’

In February, Chrissie told The Australian Women’s Weekly that she had dumped alcohol and started walking every day when the Covid lockdowns began.

‘We couldn’t eat out, we couldn’t go to a friend’s house, they couldn’t come to us, we couldn’t go outside three miles. All we could do was walk, so I did,” she explained.

Chrissie started out walking only short distances, but her fitness steadily improved and now walks two hours a day.

Keeping fit: In February, Chrissie told The Australian Women's Weekly that she'd dumped alcohol and started walking every day when the Covid lockdowns started

Keeping fit: In February, Chrissie told The Australian Women’s Weekly that she’d dumped alcohol and started walking every day when the Covid lockdowns started

Advertisement

Leave a Comment