Zara McDermott often promotes a healthy lifestyle online.
And as she posted a throwback snap on Saturday night several of her followers felt the urge to stop gorging on food in a bid to get a body like the Made In Chelsea star has.
Former Love Island personality Zara, 24, took to her grid, amid the national lockdown, to reflect on the times when she was able to visit warmer climes and frolic around on the sand.
The envy-inducing throwback snaps showed the genetically-blessed beauty posing on a beach in a turquoise bikini that allowed her washboard abs and lean legs take centre stage.
Zara’s tanned body boasted a golden tan and she smiled with a pink bandana atop of her ombre locks in the offerings captured in Fuerteventura over the summer.
She typed alongside the two snaps: “summer 20 archives.”
The comments section below the stunning uploads was filled with compliments for Zara and some of her fans explained that her tight shape led to them rethinking their food choices.
One teased: “Exactly why I should stop eating waffles and cakes.”
A second followed: “Looking at this and munching on a massive roast dinner.”
Several of Zara’s followers shared their hopes to be as fit as her by penning: “Body goals” below the picture.
Zara recently hit back after a troll skinny-shamed her on social media.
The bombshell had told she had lost three stone – sparking a backlash from an online troll.
One wrote: “I read that she’s 7st 7lbs and 5″6. If that’s true, she’s underweight. Body admittedly looks great but deffo underweight.” (sic)
The starlet slammed the troll’s claims she was only 7 stone 7lbs as she spilled her weight loss secrets.
Zara explained she lost the weight through healthy eating and working regular exercise into her routine.
She hit back: “Sorry to keep having to explain myself on here, but I am definitely not 7 stone 7lbs. I have learnt a lot about posting my exact before and after weight as it can be damaging, and that’s something I would never do now.
“Yes I have shared that I lost almost 3 stone (actually less than three stone) but no one is completely aware of my weight at my absolute heaviest and my current weight.
“It’s entirely unfair for people to make statements saying I weight a certain amount when they have never ever heard that from me. There is nothing wrong with me at a size 10 and me at a size 6. I love myself in both pics.
“I just want to be helpful and motivate other people who are on the same path as me to lead a healthier lifestyle. It was never about weight loss. And it’s not about weight loss.”
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