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Mark Labbett aka the Beast indulged in a carvery, posting a snap to Twitter. He went for the meal with TV presenter Emma Louise Jones.
Mark wrote to his 145,500 followers: “Having a @tobycarvery at Barnsley with superstar presenter @eljonesuk.
“She ate more than me but wimped out of the pudding :(“
A huge number of fans and friends responded to the post with encouraging words about his weight loss.
Radio presenter Greg Scott joked: “Skinny and gorgeous! And Emma’s not bad either.”
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One fan wrote: “Lovely pic love a carvery Mark you’ve lost so much weight now you deserve some treats.”
Another said: “You look amazing. Not that you didn’t look good before.”
“Mark looking trim mate. Keep it up pal,” another fan wrote.
One said: “Wow u look amazing lost so much weight.”
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“You’re wasting away Mark!!” one said, while another wrote, “You ain’t the beast no more!”
“You look incredible, Mark. Huge respect to you, my friend,” another said.
Mark has lost an amazing 10 stone. The presenter has spoked out on numerous occasions about how he did it.
The Chaser was 29 stone at his heaviest but has managed to drop five clothing sizes.
He recently told followers he is following the MuscleFood Foal Getters plan.
He wrote on his Twitter: “Very proud of my progress since following my @mfgoalgettersuk plan.
“Each week food delivered to my door, it couldn’t be easier!”
The website reads: “Whether you’re looking for a seven day meal plan tailored to your goal or some healthy basics, this plan has over 100 meal options and is designed around you – no matter what your activity level.”
He shared more about his weight loss journey on ITV’s Loose Women.
He said: “I gradually dropped X’s off my size, 5XL to 4XL and it looks like the next time I go shopping, I’ll
be able to squeeze into XL pants.
“Small things, but important things.
“I was 29 stone in my last year as a full time teacher in 2003, and I was on the verge of getting high blood pressure pills, I’ve been mainly at about 25 or 26 up until probably just before the lockdown, and then a few things happened quite nicely and came together and the weight’s just fallen off.”
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