Susanna set out to struggle with her weight during the coronavirus lockdown. She described herself as a “lockdown break-in” and won by one stone.

During her appearance on Good Morning Britain, she asked fitness influencer Joe Wicks for tips on how to stay healthy at home.

The TV presenter is no stranger to a healthy lifestyle and has lost 1 kg in the past few years.

One of the reasons she was asked to change her life was because a visit to the doctors raised health concerns.

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Speaking to Prima Magazine, she said: “I’ve lost a stone and a half and I feel fantastic.

“This time last year I went to the doctor with a skin problem and he told me I could lose some weight.

“It turned out I was at the top end of my BMI and I have to admit that I had felt a little heavy for a while.”

Susanna reportedly cut down on alcohol to accomplish her transformation.


According to experts at, drinking alcohol has been shown to cause weight gain and slow down weight loss.

They stated, “Alcohol is high in empty calories, which means it is high in calories without the vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients your body needs.

“Not only can this potentially lead to nutritional deficiencies, but it can also lead to weight gain over time.”

The experts suggested that alcohol can be high in calories, which can lead to weight gain.

“Alcohol also plays a huge role in weight management,” they added.

“Anyone looking to shed those last stubborn pounds should consider skipping their evening glass of wine.”

Not only did Susanna cut down on her alcohol consumption, she also said she made efforts to cut down on snacking.

Like drinking alcohol, regular snacking can result in leaner people eating extra calories that may not be needed.

“It can sneak in without you noticing, and what I did was snack,” Susanna told ITV’s Lorraine.

“I found that I woke up so early in the morning and you were in some kind of energy deficit and your body could only think of toast and cookies. And you can pile it up very quickly. “

While Susanna stated that her weight has changed since the coronavirus crisis began, she previously praised the exercise to help her stay lean.

She added, “I stopped walking for a while because it gave me an excuse to overeat. But the good feeling of doing sports is unbeatable. “

The broadcaster has spoken openly about their past weight loss efforts.