Lucy Spraggan has proudly debuted her epic body transformation on social media after dropping a whopping three dress sizes.
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Sharing a stunning snap of her pulling the waist of her old trousers to demonstrate how much weight she had lost, Lucy oozed with confidence and style.
Later, her personal trainer Ryan Bradley also took to social media to share his excitement at Lucy’s amazing transformation.
“Two photos, eleven months apart…what this woman has achieved in that time is nothing short of remarkable, not just physically but also in her sobriety and the clarity that brings, it makes me doubly happy to be part of this journey not just as her coach but as her friend. Well done Luce, here’s to the next chapter and beyond!” coach Bradley wrote on Instagram alongside a picture where Lucy looks unrecognisable.
Not everyone, however, seemed positive about the singer’s amazing weight loss.
Shortly after posting a picture, the talented singer was hit with cruel comments.
“You dress like a 50yrs old lawyer who’s due in court… you’re only young but your dress sense is terrible, you’ve done so well in getting yourself healthy but why change what you wear, you’ve changed to much of yourself. Surely your old taste in clothing was more real?!,” wrote one follower.
The Stockport local spared no time in hitting back at the brutal message.
“You think I wear bespoke suits every day? Even if I did, why the f**k would it have anything to do with you?
“I’ve been working with King and Allen since I was a porker, love. I have no idea why losing weight has encouraged people to make open comments about me. Stop it,” she wrote on Twitter .
The original comment appears to have since been deleted.
She then took a screenshot of the nasty remarks and explained she was ‘sick to death’ of strangers commenting on her body.
“Right now I am the best version of myself I’ve ever been and I’m working incredibly hard to keep that going,” she wrote in the heartfelt post.
“The amount of messages I get telling me I’m not ‘real’ anymore is so frustrating – and honestly that is a projection of the person who sends the message.
“I was depressed, I was down, I was a bit fat and maybe I made them feel like it was ok to be the same (which it is).
“But since then I have evolved, and it is not for those people to try to claw me back into the dark/down places so they can watch me struggle and feel more comforted. ‘Real’.
What the f**k does that even mean? Why the f**k is anyone commenting on what someone else looks like in 2020?”
Since opening up about the vile trolling, Lucy has received heaps of positive messages from her 109,000 Instagram followers.
Lucy, however, is far from deterred by the keyboard warriors and shared several snaps of her workout sessions which included an impressive 12.2km run and a serious skipping session.
Next month she is also heading down under to tour in Australia.
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