GEMMA Collins oozed summertime vibes as she sported a cute white crochet dress. The TOWIE star, 41, who recently lost three and a half stone, showed off her slimmer figure in the frill-sleeve semi sheer outfit, which she paired with an orange slip underneath.

Gemma accessorised her chic outfit with a designer YSL bag in matching white, as well as bejewelled sandals. She wore her hair in loose beachy waves and braids as she sipped a cocktail at The Malibu Courtside Confessions event at Brixton Jamm, in London.

At the event, Gemma told how her “guilty pleasure” is “having a fresh pair of knickers on 365 days a year”. The Diva Forever star has been busy lapping up the sunshine this week, and recently posed in a striking leopard-print bikini.

Gemma chose a striking strapped top, tied at the front with a bow, and matching high-waisted bottoms both in a leopardskin pattern. She could be seen strolling around the grounds of her stunning Essex mansion in the two-piece, which revealed her recent weight loss.

Gemma flashed her stomach after confessing she had shed three and a half stone. She posed for an Instagram video in which she told fans her swim attire was from her collection with high street retailer New Look.

Last week, she took to her Instagram stories to show off a delicious chicken, salad and rice dish she had eaten. The reality TV favourite snapped away as she prepped lunch in the kitchen, as she revealed cut-up vegetables and bottles of sauces.

She went on to reveal she had made a healthy chicken dish for lunch, alongside white rice and a delicious vegetable curry. Gemma started losing weight while training for Dancing On Ice.

The physical exertion mixed with a healthier diet meant the pounds dropped off of the reality starlet. It has been reported that Gemma has since gone on to lose a total of five stone in the past four years as she works towards her goal.

She recently revealed a further secret to her weight loss  fat busting sessions in a cryotherapy chamber. Gemma said she had shifted the pounds by brief exposure to temperatures close to -200C.


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