Gregg Wallace shows off yoga skills as he flaunts results of 4 stone weight loss

Gregg Wallace has been showing off the results of his weight loss after shedding an incredible four stone.

The 55-year-old MasterChef star has undergone somewhat of a transformation after admitting he wanted his wife Anne-Marie Sterpini to be "physically attracted" to him.

And it seems part of Gregg’s epic lifestyle change has been practising yoga.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Gregg shared a snap of him mid-pose in his back garden.

Grinning in the sunshine, the dad-of-three balanced on one trim leg and held his hands together in a prayer pose, known as Anjali Mudra in the world of yoga.

Gregg is wearing a pair of grey shorts and a matching adidas T-shirt as he shows off his impressive balance skills alongside a female pal.

He captioned the post: "Yoga – coming soon to," referring to his fitness page which has tracked his epic journey.

Gregg's fans were quick to comment on the snap with one person simply writing: "Wowwwwwwwwwww."

A second person added: "You've done amazing Gregg," while a third said: "Gregg can't wait to see you do yoga!"

It seems Gregg still has a healthy appetite whilst keeping the weight off and on Wednesday he took to his Instagram Story to let his followers in on a secret.

"Actually gotta make a small confession when I'm filming in these factories… I really, really like canteen food! Factory canteen food, I love it!" he said.

He later shared a picture of his lunch which appeared to be a roast dinner with all the trimmings – which Gregg referred to as "working man's lunch".

His day out filming comes after he posted a topless photo on Instagram on Tuesday showing off his trimmed physique and chest tattoo.

Gregg simply captioned the pic: "If I can do it – so can you."

The former greengrocer used to weigh 16 stone before embarking on his new healthy lifestyle.

In a recent interview, he told The Mirror: "I’ve got more energy and stamina and I’m stronger and leaner than I was at 25."

However, he does allow himself a treat from time-to-time, including a cheeky pint of beer.

"When we slip up we tend to chuck it all in, but that’s not the way," he explained.

"You’re ­going to slip up. You’re going to go to the pub, drink too much and get a kebab on the way home.

"There is no way I’m going through the week without a pint of beer. But I’m careful most of the time and here I am, as fit as a butcher’s dog."

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