KERRY Katona stunned as she showed off her incredible weight loss by posing in a jumpsuit.
The 42-year-old recently celebrated after hitting a milestone in her journey to overhaul her body.
And Kerry's been proudly showing off the results of her hard work, most recently posing up a storm in a figure-hugging white outfit.
The former Atomic Kitten singer shared a clip of her on Instagram modelling the look in the doorway of her home.
Blonde beauty Kerry accessorised the jumpsuit with a pair of sunglasses perched on her head, a straw bag and some chunky heels.
She recently shared a snap of her current weight on the scales and told fans she's now 10st and 12lbs.
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Kerry wrote in the caption: "Monday morning weigh in with @francisdiet omg thank you so much for all your help, guidance and firmness!!.
"Not far till the finish line! I was 13’3 9 stone here I come! And my god I feel soooo much happy mentally, and especially physically!!"
Back in May, Kerry was forced to defend herself against any potential trolls by insisting she was feeling amazing after losing the weight so quickly.
The star said she was now able to fit back into her size 12 jeans after an overhaul of her "dieting" plans.
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She went on to add that she felt it was important to share with her fans and followers her fitness journey – stressing that by being honest and open about normal bodies, she could help inspire others to overhaul their lifestyles too.
Kerry said: "Last week I posted a video of myself exercising with no filter on. I felt so vulnerable sharing it, but it’s important to show what real bodies look like."
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