Chrissie Swan appears to have lost even more weight in glam new photo that shows off her tiny waist

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    Chrissie Swan gave up alcohol and turned to meditation and walking during Melbourne’s gruelling 112-day lockdown last year.  

    And the Nova radio host showed off the results of her lifestyle overhaul in a glam new photo shared to Instagram on Tuesday, as she teased her appearance on Channel 10’s The Project later that night.  

    The 48-year-old looked fit and fabulous in a blue and white striped playsuit with tie detail that accentuated her tiny waist and overall slim physique. 

    Shrinking star: Chrissie Swan showed off her incredible weight loss in a glam new photo shared to Instagram on Tuesday (pictured)

    Pictured: The Nova radio host, 48, is seen here in October 2017

    Shrinking star: Chrissie Swan, 48, appeared to have lost even more weight in a glam new photo shared to Instagram on Tuesday (left), where she showed off her tiny waist in a blue and white playsuit, after announcing she’s given up alcohol. Pictured on the right in October 2017

    Chrissie was simply glowing in the photo, also drawing attention to her flawless complexion, and glamorous hair and makeup look.

    Her brunette tresses were styled loosely in waves around her shoulders, and her striking facial features were enhanced with a subtle smoky eye and a glossy lip. 

    Fans and her celebrity friends flocked to the comments section, complimenting the star with the likes of ‘absolutely stunning’ and ‘you look amazing’.  

    Praise: Fans and her celebrity friends flocked to the comments section, complimenting the star with the likes of 'absolutely stunning' and 'you look amazing'

    Praise: Fans and her celebrity friends flocked to the comments section, complimenting the star with the likes of ‘absolutely stunning’ and ‘you look amazing’ 

    Lifestyle changes: Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that as well as giving up alcohol, she now has a passion for walking every day and has taken up meditation as a hobby

    Lifestyle changes: Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that as well as giving up alcohol, she now has a passion for walking every day and has taken up meditation as a hobby 

    Earlier this year, Chrissie confirmed that as well as giving up alcohol, she now has a passion for walking every day and has taken up meditation as a hobby. 

    ‘I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions but I’ve become serious about carving out some “me time” this year,’ Chrissie wrote on Instagram in July.

    After saying she had ‘read everything there is to read about self-care,’ she took action during the city’s 112-day lockdown.

    Self-care: 'I'm not one for New Year's resolutions but I've become serious about carving out some "me time" this year,' Chrissie wrote on Instagram in July. Pictured this month

    Self-care: ‘I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions but I’ve become serious about carving out some “me time” this year,’ Chrissie wrote on Instagram in July. Pictured this month

    Motivation: Chrissie, who appeared on Celebrity MasterChef Australia, previously revealed she 'doesn't put pressure on' herself, but walks 'somewhere' most days. 'Sometimes for 20 minutes, sometimes for an hour. Sometimes three little walks, sometimes none!' she said

    Motivation: Chrissie, who appeared on Celebrity MasterChef Australia, previously revealed she ‘doesn’t put pressure on’ herself, but walks ‘somewhere’ most days. ‘Sometimes for 20 minutes, sometimes for an hour. Sometimes three little walks, sometimes none!’ she said 

    ‘I’ve never done anything about it, until now. Learning how to meditate kicked it off for me and I realised after the first 10 min block that it was the first time in ages I’d stopped and slowed down with my own well-being top of mind.’

    Chrissie, who recently appeared on Celebrity MasterChef Australia, also revealed she ‘doesn’t put pressure on’ herself, but walks ‘somewhere’ most days.

    ‘Sometimes for 20 minutes, sometimes for an hour. Sometimes three little walks, sometimes none!’ she said. 

    Looking fabulous: Chrissie posed in her ensemble, showing off her incredible transformation, while at the Nova studios back in July

    Looking fabulous: Chrissie posed in her ensemble, showing off her incredible transformation, while at the Nova studios back in July

    When a fan asked if she ever lacks motivation, she added: ‘The struggle is real. I get it and I have NEVER been a walker.

    ‘I always wear activewear or at least runners – like just put them on straightaway because that’s one less excuse. It’s when I can’t be f**ked I just say it’s 10 minutes. Always ends up longer. First step is the hardest.’ 

    In March, Chrissie said she was feeling better than ever following a booze-free night of karaoke with a girlfriend.

    Benefits: In April, the mother of three added that her sleep had also improved since giving up alcohol. 'I stopped drinking booze of any kind (alcohol is diabolical for sleep and anxiety too),' she explained, as she detailed a sleep study she was taking part in. Pictured in May 2011

    Benefits: In April, the mother of three added that her sleep had also improved since giving up alcohol. ‘I stopped drinking booze of any kind (alcohol is diabolical for sleep and anxiety too),’ she explained, as she detailed a sleep study she was taking part in. Pictured in May 2011

    ‘Booze-free activity degree of difficulty: 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 captioned a photo. 

    In April, the mother of three added that her sleep had also improved since giving up alcohol.

    ‘I stopped drinking booze of any kind (alcohol is diabolical for sleep and anxiety too),’ she explained, as she detailed a sleep study she was taking part in. 

    For a good cause: Chrissie revealed she was running 150 kilometres in the month of August as part of Fred's Big Run, a charity built to save people around the world from avoidable blindness

    For a good cause: Chrissie revealed she was running 150 kilometres in the month of August as part of Fred’s Big Run, a charity built to save people around the world from avoidable blindness

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