Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong shows off shrinking waist after weight loss in glam new pic
ANT McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong showed off her shrinking waist after weight loss in a glam new pic.
The 45-year-old make-up artist looked sensational in a snap posted by a pal ahead of her appearance on Strictly's It Takes Two last night.
In the photo, Lisa is posing with one hand on her hip, drawing attention to her enviable figure.
She is wearing a chic flowing black top and sequin midi skirt, completing the look with a pair of black heels.
Her short blonde hair looks sleek and groomed, with Lisa beaming as she smiles for the camera – smoky eye make-up accentuating her naturally pretty features.
The friend captioned the post: "Make-up for my beautiful friend @lisaarmstrongmakeup for ITT @bbcstrictly tonight! Make sure you tune in for her and @lisadaveyhair talking all things makeup."
Lisa is currently loved up with boyfriend James Green following the breakdown of her and Ant's 23-year relationship.
Meanwhile, Ant re-married earlier this year, tying the knot with former personal assistant Anne-Marie Corbett.
In September, it was reported that Lisa had been "warned" by pals after lashing out at her famous ex on social media following their National Television Awards victory.
She'd unleashed her anger when commenting on an Instagram post shared by Ant his co-star Declan Donnelly's publicist Simon Jones.
Simon had written: "20 years! So so proud of my amazing friends @antanddec for winning Best TV Presenter at the #NTAs @officialntas for the 20th year in a row!"
But Lisa couldn't hold her tongue, boldly commenting: "And you don't care who you screw over in the process… well done."
Simon fought back, replying: "Lisa, please don’t come on to my Instagram with your negativity and false accusations…
"It really is about time you moved on and got on with your life, and stopped unfairly blaming other people for your mistakes."
Supportive friends then told her to keep her grievances private, with a source telling new!: "Lisa feels she has every right to stand up for herself and friends agree – but they think the public nature of it isn’t doing her any favours.
"They’ve warned her it could make her look bad and it’s better to keep a dignified silence. They don’t want her to dwell on the past.”
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