Chrissie Swan flaunts her epic weight loss in black skinny jeans in Melbourne

She announced that she had given up alcohol and turned to meditation and walking during Melbourne’s grueling 112 lockdown last year.

And on July 29th, Chrissie Swan showed the results of her lifestyle overhaul when she grabbed a coffee in Melbourne.

The 47-year-old looked happy and healthy as she showed off her sensational weight loss during the short excursion. She wore black skinny jeans that perfectly accentuated her slim figure.

To look good! Nova radio host Chrissie Swan, 47, looked healthy and happy as she demonstrated her recent weight loss on July 29th while out and about in Melbourne

The Nova radio host paired her ensemble with a flattering embellished sweater and added a pair of flat sandals to complete the look.

Chrissie looked comfortable and confident grabbing coffee at a local coffee shop before texting her cell phone on the street.

She wore minimal makeup on her face and wore her chocolate curls in a soft, wavy style.

Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that not only does she give up alcohol, but she also has a passion for walking every day and has embraced meditation as a hobby.

Transformation: Chrissie quit drinking earlier this year following Melbourne's infamous 112-day lockdown that ended in October 2020.  Pictured in April 2017 Pictured: Chrissie in July

Transformation: Chrissie quit drinking earlier this year following Melbourne’s infamous 112-day lockdown that ended in October 2020. In the picture on the left in April 2017, directly in July

Svelte: The star of Celebrity MasterChef Australia wore black skinny jeans that perfectly accentuated her slim figure

Svelte: The star of Celebrity MasterChef Australia wore black skinny jeans that perfectly accentuated her slim figure

Style Icon: The Nova radio host paired her look with a flattering patterned sweater and added a pair of flat sandals to complete the ensemble Style Icon: The Nova radio host paired her look with a flattering patterned sweater and added a pair of flat sandals to complete the ensemble

Style Icon: The Nova radio host paired her look with a flattering patterned sweater and added a pair of flat sandals to complete the ensemble

“I’m not a New Year’s resolution type, but I took it seriously to spend some time alone this year,” wrote Chrissie on Instagram in July.

After saying she had “read all there is to read about self-sufficiency,” she took action during the city’s 112-day lockdown.

“I’ve never done anything about it before. Learning how to meditate was the start for me and after the first 10 minutes I realized that it was the first time in ages that I stopped with my own well-being and slowed it down. ‘

The Celebrity MasterChef Australia star also announced that she “doesn’t pressure” herself but “goes somewhere” most days.

“Sometimes for 20 minutes, sometimes for an hour. Sometimes three short walks, sometimes none! ‘ She said.

Sweet: Chrissie seemed comfortable and confident grabbing a little coffee at a local coffee shop before texting her cellphone on the street

Sweet: Chrissie seemed comfortable and confident grabbing a little coffee at a local coffee shop before texting her cellphone on the street

Natural Beauty: She wore minimal makeup on her face and wore her chocolate curls in a soft, wavy style

Natural Beauty: She wore minimal makeup on her face and wore her chocolate curls in a soft, wavy style

When a fan asked if she was ever lacking in motivation, she added, “The fight is real. I get it and I have NEVER been a hiker.

“I always wear activewear, or at least runners – just put them on immediately because that’s one less excuse. If i can’t get fucked i just say it’s 10 minutes. Always ends longer. The first step is the hardest. ‘

In March, Chrissie said she was feeling better than ever after a non-alcoholic karaoke night with a friend.

Level of difficulty of the non-alcoholic activity: 10 = karaoke. UNLOCKED! I can’t quite believe it, but it IS POSSIBLE. Fresh as a daisy this morning and I still have my voice! ‘ She labeled a photo.

Change: Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that in addition to giving up alcohol, she has a passion for walking every day and has started meditating to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle

Change: Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that in addition to giving up alcohol, she has a passion for walking every day and has started meditating to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle

Overhaul: In April, the Melbourne-based mother of three said her sleep had also improved since she stopped drinking.

Overhaul: In April, the Melbourne-based mother of three said her sleep had also improved since she stopped drinking. “I stopped drinking all kinds of alcohol (alcohol is also devilish for sleep and anxiety),” she explained when describing a sleep study she participated in

Smile!  Chrissie already posed in her ensemble in the Nova Studios in July

Smile! Chrissie already posed in her ensemble in the Nova Studios in July

Motivation: Last month, Chrissie announced that she “doesn't pressure” herself but “goes somewhere” most days

Motivation: Last month, Chrissie announced that she “doesn’t pressure” herself but “goes somewhere” most days

In April, the mother of three added that her sleep had also improved since she stopped drinking.

“I stopped drinking all kinds of alcohol (alcohol is also devilish for sleep and anxiety),” she explained while describing a sleep study she participated in.

Currently, Chrissie runs 150 kilometers in August as part of Fred’s Big Run, a charity that aims to save people around the world from preventable blindness.

On Friday, she announced that she had covered a staggering 115 km in just 13 days a month before thanking the hundreds of people who have helped her raise over $ 35,000 so far.

For a good cause: Chrissie is currently running 150 kilometers in August as part of Fred's Big Run, a charity that aims to save people around the world from avoidable blindness

For a good cause: Chrissie is currently running 150 kilometers in August as part of Fred’s Big Run, a charity that aims to save people around the world from avoidable blindness

You May Also Like