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The Project: Chrissie Swan showcases her svelte figure in a tight dress


Slimmed-down Project host Chrissie Swan, 48, showcases her svelte figure in a tight dress after losing 90kg in a total body transformation

Chrissie Swan has lost an estimated 90kg over the last two years.

And the TV and radio presenter confidently showed off her body transformation on Monday as she poured her slimmed-down figure into a stylish dress.

Chrissie, 48, snapped a photo of herself in a Leona Edmiston frock worth $450 as she prepared to host Channel 10’s The Project.

Chrissie Swan (pictured in 2014) has lost an estimated 90kg over the last two years

The 48-year-old confidently showed off her body transformation on Monday as she poured her slimmed-down figure into a Leona Edmiston dress worth $450

Chrissie Swan (left in 2014) confidently showed off her body transformation on Monday (right) as she poured her slimmed-down figure into a Leona Edmiston dress worth $450. The TV and radio presenter has lost an estimated 90kg over the last two years

‘Lots of questions about the dress I wore last night on The Project,’ Chrissie wrote in the caption. 

‘It’s Leona Edmiston and I think on sale too.’

It comes after Chrissie addressed rumours surrounding her 90kg weight loss.

'Lots of questions about the dress I wore last night on The Project,' Chrissie wrote in the caption. 'It's Leona Edmiston and I think on sale too'

‘Lots of questions about the dress I wore last night on The Project,’ Chrissie wrote in the caption. ‘It’s Leona Edmiston and I think on sale too’

Speaking to The Weekend Briefing podcast in April, she clarified that articles saying she’d attributed her slimdown to quitting alcohol were inaccurate.

The Nova host had previously spoken of giving up alcohol and going on daily 10km walks, which she said improved her physical and mental health during lockdown.

‘You say one thing and then all of a sudden you’re the poster girl for that thing,’ she told the podcast.

Speaking out: It comes after Chrissie addressed rumours surrounding her 90kg weight loss. Speaking to The Weekend Briefing podcast in April, she clarified that articles saying she'd attributed her slimdown to quitting alcohol were inaccurate

Speaking out: It comes after Chrissie addressed rumours surrounding her 90kg weight loss. Speaking to The Weekend Briefing podcast in April, she clarified that articles saying she’d attributed her slimdown to quitting alcohol were inaccurate

‘I very carefully said, ‘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 it up and it’s been a great decision for me.”  

Chrissie went on to say her comments were ‘misconstrued’ as her saying she’d lost weight by cutting out booze.

She continued: ‘I never said that. I never ever talked about my body. I won’t be talking about my body. My body is utterly irrelevant.’

Clarifying her statements: Chrissie had previously spoken of giving up alcohol and going on daily 10km walks, which she said improved her physical and mental health during lockdown. 'You say one thing and then all of a sudden you're the poster girl for that thing,' she said

Clarifying her statements: Chrissie had previously spoken of giving up alcohol and going on daily 10km walks, which she said improved her physical and mental health during lockdown. ‘You say one thing and then all of a sudden you’re the poster girl for that thing,’ she said

In February, Chrissie told The Australian Women’s Weekly she’d ditched alcohol and started walking every day when the Covid lockdowns started.

‘We couldn’t go out to dinner, we couldn’t go to a friend’s house, they couldn’t come to us, we couldn’t go outside five kilometres. All we could do was walk, and so that’s what I did,’ she explained.

Chrissie began walking only short distances, but steadily increased her fitness and now walks for two hours per day.

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

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



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