Vanessa Feltz oozed confidence as she flaunted her phenomenal three-and-a-half stone weight loss as she rocked the red carpet at the Pride Of Britain awards on Monday night.
The 57-year-old TV personality, who has dropped down to a size 12 after having a gastric bypass operation in January, wowed in a plunging black gown decorated with floral embellishments on the bodice.
The stunning garment featured a figure-hugging fishtail skirt which showcased her killer curves.
The blonde ensured she was prepared for the October chill by shrugging a baby pink shawl over her forearms as she showcased her slim figure whilst attending the ceremony with her fiancé Ben Ofoedu.
Continuing her glamorous display, she toted her belongings in a yellow patent handbag.
Vanessa's 47-year-old beau put on a dapper display in black three-piece suit teamed with a crisp white shirt.
Proud to have Vanessa on his arm, Phats and Small singer Ben smiled as he wrapped his arm around her slim waist.
It comes after the broadcaster recently revealed her weight-loss has improved her and her husband-to-be's sex life.
Speaking to Woman Magazine , the broadcaster said: "He doesn't seem to have become any less keen on a bit of how's your father, put it that way.
"He likes a bigger woman with a big fat bum. Mine has almost dwindled away, so I don't think he'd have cared if I hadn't lost an ounce, but he likes the confidence.
The telly star had a gastric band fitted in 2010, but it led to her developing a nasty condition called gastroesophageal reflux.
It made her eyes, ears, nose and mouth feel like they were full of liquid.
Vanessa recently revealed the gastric band had slipped, leaving her in need of an urgent operation to correct the problem.
But during the operation, it was discovered that the slipped band had embedded itself in Vanessa’s liver.
While they managed to remove the band, Vanessa explained how it had to “be carefully dissected” which “took time”, and led to complications.
Vanessa spent some time in intensive care leaving her family very worried for her, but she was still able to undergo the bypass.
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