Like most of the nation, Helen Flanagan is in a glorious post-Christmas slump after indulging in all the chocolate over the holiday – but she’s convinced she can already ‘feel cellulite’ on her thighs.
The former Coronation Street actress, who enjoyed the festive holidays with her fiance Scott Sinclair and their two daughters Matilda and Delilah, says she’s ready to embark on a new fitness regime in the new year after a food-filled Christmas.
In an Instagram video, the 29-year-old her followers: ‘I’ve been an absolute sloth I think since Christmas Eve. And I think from December 1 all I’ve ate is chocolate.
‘I actually can’t believe how much chocolate I’ve consumed over the past few days. I feel like the biggest sloth and I can feel my cellulite on my thighs.’
Nothing wrong with a little cellulite Hel and, if it was from chocolate, it was definitely worth it.
But looking to the new year with a fresh mindset, she added: ‘I can’t wait to share with you my fitness transformation I hope.’
We’d like to say we’ll be joining you at the gym Helen but, we can’t guarantee.
Earlier this month, the TV star opened up about how her body has changed after giving birth twice, and admitted her figure didn’t magically spring back.
Helen wrote in an Instagram post: ‘Found this picture on my old iPhone. Matilda was about a month old here, this was four and half years ago.
‘My tummy hadn’t just magically sprung back, it was the last thing on my mind as I was too busy soaking up my baby bubble and I was just happy to be a mother and have this beautiful precious baby [sic].’
She continued: ‘I did struggle with my pelvic floor after having Matilda. I remember the midwife mentioning it to me but I was just so overwhelmed with Matilda, I’d never been around babies before, I was like pelvic what?’
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