The Chase's Mark Labbett has taken to Twitter to show off the results of his recent weight loss. The 54-year-old Chaser proudly posed for a photo in his hotel room, as he revealed his trousers no longer fit him. Mark wrote: "Lost a bit of waistline, still a long way to go : ) #skinnybeast #doubletwoshirts."
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Fans were quick to complement the star on his weight loss, with one writing: "Keep going pal, it's hard work but it's achievable." A second remarked: "Well done achieving that over the last months, being in close proximity to my fridge for most of the waking day has certainly been bad for my waist line!"
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Mark Labbett shared his weight loss results on Twitter
Back in October, Mark - who stands at 6ft 6in - revealed that he had shed two-and-a-half stone, having weighed 378lbs at his heaviest. He tweeted: "#thechase lost four inches off my chest and six inches off my belly in last six months. So they have bought me a new suit for the show. First target achieved (sic)".
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Mark then reached out to former Emmerdale star Lisa Riley - who has lost 12 stone - saying: "@Reallisariley I am not at your level yet but in last six months dropped 2.5 stones, four inches off chest and six inches off stomach (sic)".
The Chase star shares a son with wife Katie
Mark has no doubt been supported on his weight loss journey by his wife Katie, with whom he shares a son. The couple split briefly in 2019 following her alleged infidelity, but later reconciled. In September, Mark opened up about their marriage and his family during an appearance on Loose Women.
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"Like a lot of relationships, you go through a rough patch. We're working as best we can to get through it,' Mark shared. "But we've always tried to be quite private. We've never done the glossy magazines. A tabloid newspaper offered us a sum of money to give us an exclusive. And we respectfully declined. It's not what we do. You won't find a picture of our son anywhere on the internet because it's been quite a deliberate decision."
Mark added: "Nor am I going to name him again. If he wants to when he's old enough - to have a social media profile, that's up to him. But I'm not going to do it for him."