Scarlett Moffat urges fans to enjoy Christmas and not worry about their weight

Scarlett Moffat urged fans to enjoy Christmas time and not worry about their weight in a body-positive message.

The TV star, who was a size eight and 18 at the same time, said, “Life is too short to worry about wearing a dress.

“My friends all wanted to lose a few pounds to get into petite prom dresses, and I think life is too short,” the 32-year-old told The Mirror.

Candid: Scarlett Moffat urged fans to enjoy Christmas time and not worry about their weight in a body-positive message

Scarlett continued: “Christmas is about enjoying, not depriving yourself.

“When you ask me what I’m looking forward to at Christmas, I don’t like to think anyone is going to answer that, saying it’s to look really skinny in that dress.”

Scarlett has previously said that she’s very happy being a size 18 and encourages everyone to celebrate their bodies without having to rely on “fatties unite.”

The TV star is trying to make everyone more body positive and give her a sense of confidence.

Weight: The TV star, who was a size 8 and 18 at the same time, claimed that

Weight: The TV star, who was a size 8 and 18 at the same time, claimed “life’s too short” not to worry about wearing a dress

The Gogglebox star, having once lost three stone herself, says she knows what it feels like to be both sizes, but she says body confidence is about celebrating our bodies.

She believes that as long as people are healthy, kind to others, and true to themselves, everyone should celebrate themselves.

She told The Sun this week, “The thing that makes you body positive and body confident is just celebrating everyone’s body.”

I think sometimes people have this misconception that it’s like “fat people are autistic.”

Truthfully, no matter what you look like, just celebrate who you are. As long as you’re healthy, being yourself and being nice to people, you’re doing it. That’s the big thing I want to say.

The 32-year-old told The Mirror:

“My friends all wanted to lose a few pounds to get into petite prom dresses, and I think life is too short,” the 32-year-old told The Mirror.

Scarlett’s career began on MTV, but she is best known as a star on Channel 4’s Gogglebox alongside her parents, before winning the sixteenth series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2016.

She’s done a number of shows, including I’m a Celebrity spin-off Extra Camp, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, and most recently, she’s been involved in a number of documentaries.

However, before entering I’m A Celeb, Scarlett lost three stones after a doctor told her she was ‘obese’, which led her to exercise regularly and follow a calorie-reduced diet.

After being crowned Queen of the Jungle, Scarlett went on to release her SuperSlim Me Plan DVD, and it was very successful.

But there were rumors that Scarlett achieved her weight loss by going to intense boot camps and only eating 700 calories a day, not the workouts in the DVD — rumors the star denied.

Last year, Scarlett joined Frankie Bridge on the Open Mind podcast and talked about her weight loss journey.

She said, “I deleted all my before and after pictures… Not only were they bad for my peace of mind but not really good for others because now I look like my ex again.”

Scarlett added: ‘I kind of rebelled against it [my] DVD because I didn’t like how it happened and I don’t like it anymore.

I intentionally started to gain weight. I was kind of like, “If I grow up again I can’t breed.” I can’t attach this stigma to me about this DVD and people will stop buying it.

Health: She lost weight after a doctor told her she was obese, but since then, her weight has fluctuated and she admitted that she always found it difficult to feel positive about her body

Health: She lost weight after a doctor told her she was obese, but since then, her weight has fluctuated and she admitted that she always found it difficult to feel positive about her body

Scarlett went on to reveal that she actually followed the diet on the DVD, saying that she “cut out a lot” to lose weight.

‘I think people thought I’d been walking and hiking in the mountains for six months,’ she said, ‘but that wasn’t the case, I really just did these exercises. [in the DVD] But apparently I had to cut out a lot more food than I would normally eat.

I think now that’s what I want to try to say to people – please don’t think you can just have this DVD and then instantly you can lose that much weight, it’s a lot of pressure and it’s a lot of work.”

The TV addict, who grew up in Bishop Auckland with parents Betty, 51, and Mark, 56, and little sister Ava Grace, 15, is all about a good mental attitude.

‘I have friends who are pretty aesthetically pleasing and still pull themselves to bits,’ she said. I just want people not to be so hard on themselves.

People need to look in the mirror and flatter themselves. Many times in the past I missed out on things because I was so self-conscious. I didn’t go to pool parties in Las Vegas three years ago.

I think back and go: ‘Why did you let that happen? Why did you let this bother me? I realized when I was lying on my death bed, I won’t remember that time I got so many likes and looked really good.

Scarlett now has a secret trick to banish any bad thoughts from herself.

There’s a really good TikTok trend where you are [share] Picture your younger self, and whenever I was feeling bad about myself, I remember talking to her.

“The idea of ​​looking at a six-year-old and going: ‘You are this, you…’ is horrible. Just put that miniature in your head and try to be nice to them. It always helps me.”

Family: The TV addict, who grew up in Bishop Oakland with parents Betty, 51, and Mark, 56, and little sister Ava Grace, 15, is all about a good mental attitude.

Family: The TV addict, who grew up in Bishop Oakland with parents Betty, 51, and Mark, 56, and little sister Ava Grace, 15, is all about a good mental attitude.

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