Kerry Katona sweats in brutal gym workout after branding herself ‘a whale’ over weight gain | The Sun
KERRY Katona has been hitting the gym hard after branding herself a "whale" for her recent weight gain.
The mum of five, 42, filmed herself getting sweaty wearing a white oversized T-Shirt and checked leggings.
Kerry – who said she was embracing her "swollen" figure last year – was seen working with weights in the trendy gym space.
After a few kettlebell swings, she lifted two 10KG weights as she squatted.
Finishing off her workout with style, she lay on a bench for some arm work with dumbbells.
The Atomic Kitten songstress looked chuffed with her progress, flashing a huge smile between sets.
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She tied her blonde hair in a bun and went make-up free so she could focus on her workout.
Recently, the Whole Again singer admitted she is the heaviest she has ever been without being pregnant.
In September, Kerry was shocked by her size when photographed on the beach in Spain last month – but insisted it's "normal" to put on "a s***load of weight" when having time off.
Speaking to OK!, Kerry said: "I am just embracing it. I know I don’t look the greatest, but it is what it is.
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"As I’ve got older, I’ve started to embrace it. I’m not 21 any more and it’s normal for your body to change.
"Naturally, my body is going to change. I’ll do everything in my power to stop it from changing drastically but it’s harder to keep your body at my age. I’m embracing it.
"I’ve been on holiday with my kids and we had a great time. We’ve really enjoyed ourselves."
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