The TV presenter was marking the end of Operation Transformation 2020

 

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And that’s a wrap on @rteoperationtransformation 2020 In honour of all of our leaders hard work, dedication and bravery over the last 8 weeks, here’s me in my Lycra for once! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 #rolereversal This ethos of this programme is to educate people in the whole area of fitness and nutrition so as to improve their health. But, just as importantly, the show is about encouraging people to love and respect their bodies and regain their confidence which has been entirely lost. To stand on TV in your jocks, esp if your self esteem is in your boots is not easy. But the courage and confidence it takes means the desire and momentum for change Is already in motion. I always feel if there was one lesson we could all master in life, it would be to not give a shit what people think of us. It would allow us really focus on what we want, what actually makes us happy and it would free us up to concentrate on achieving our goals and dreams. It’s not easy in today’s world and I’m not saying I’ve fully mastered it either. Far from it. But learning to become proud of our bodies and what they are capable of doing is so important. Healthy bodies, it’s worth remembering, come in all shapes and sizes. Over and out until next time ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Kathryn Thomas has been causing quite a stir online after sharing a photo of herself in her underwear.

Taking to Instagram, the telly presenter posed up a storm in a pair of nude Bridget Jones knickers.

She was celebrating the finale of Operation Transformation 2020.

While it’s usually the leaders who strip off for their weekly weigh-ins, Kathryn decided it was time for a #rolereversal.

Looking glam nonetheless with hair rollers, fluffy slippers and nude shapewear, she posed with leaders Lorraine, Shane, Tanya, Barry and Andrea.

Her thought-provoking caption read;

This ethos of this programme is to educate people in the whole area of fitness and nutrition so as to improve their health. But, just as importantly, the show is about encouraging people to love and respect their bodies and regain their confidence which has been entirely lost.”

“To stand on TV in your jocks, esp if your self-esteem is in your boots is not easy. But the courage and confidence it takes means the desire and momentum for change is already in motion.

“But learning to become proud of our bodies and what they are capable of doing is so important. Healthy bodies, it’s worth remembering, come in all shapes and sizes”, she added.

 


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