Casey Batchelor reveals incredible before and after pics after losing six and a half stone through yoga

CASEY Batchelor has revealed incredible before and after pictures after losing six and a half stone through yoga.

The glamour model turned fitness enthusiast, who gave birth to her second child in January, showed off her toned abs as she posed in a tiny blue bikini.

Casey, 36, wore a huge smile on her face as her dark locks fell across her shoulder in the latest picture.

The mum-of-two captioned the pictures and said: "2021 goals is to wear this blue bikini on a beach!

"It’s been so tough for everyone to keep to their normal routines this year but the one thing that’s kept me sane is my Yoga Blitz.

"It’s also – madly – helped me lose a total of 6 and a half Stone over two pregnancies (not including baby weight!)".



Casey was swamped with compliments after posting the snaps online.

One fan said: "You look insane 🔥🔥🔥"

"You should be very proud of yourself," commented another.

While fellow model Caprice Bourret said: "Wow!!!!! Goals babes 🔥🔥🔥🔥".

Casey, who was in Celebrity Big Brother in 2014, gave birth to her first child Florence in 2018, followed by second daughter Sadie in January.

The star is engaged to Kent businessman Dane Goodson.

Casey attributes her weight loss to her own fitness programme Yoga Blitz, which is a mixture of calorie counting and high intensity yoga workouts.

Encouraging her social media followers, the stunning brunette added: "If you’re feeling like you’re not back to your best self yet – let alone ready for the beach, now’s a great time to get started on your New Year goals."



The Essex star ditched her party lifestyle in 2017 to complete an intensive three-week course and become a yoga instructor.

Casey previously put on four stone while pregnant with her first daughter Florence.

Following Florence's birth, she launched the weight loss plan and yoga workouts in a bid to shed the pounds.

This year was spent losing two-and-a-half stone following Sadie's arrival in January.

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