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Frankie Essex has been spotted enjoying a fresh juice in the sunshine with her boyfriend Luke in their Essex hometown.
The former TOWIE star-turned-entrepreneur was looking toned and tanned in a pink sports top with cut-out detailing, grey figure-hugging leggings, and a pair of trainers.
While her personal trainer partner, Luke, sported a pair of black shorts, a white top and multicoloured trainers.
The pair were spotted walking hand in hand along Epping High Street before stopping in the coffee shop Fred & Doug’s to grab a fresh juice.
Frankie, 33, recently showed off her two stone weight loss back in March this year.
At the time, the beauty shed the pounds in just 12 weeks after using the help of food delivery service, MuscleFood, which allowed her to control her portion sizes.
She told OK! she was eating "whatever someone would put on the plate in front of me" during the numerous lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic, but eventually decided enough was enough.
“I was feeling a bit fed up with lockdown and then started to become more conscious about the amount of food I was eating," she said.
“Before starting on the MuscleFood plan, I was having the same portion sizes as my boyfriend. He’s much bigger than me, both muscle and height wise, and we have completely different body shapes.
"As he’s a man, they can get away with eating so much more, so the food plan really worked for me to help with portions.
“I used to eat whatever someone would put on the plate in front of me, which is why I really needed to control my portion sizes. I now have my food on a smaller plate which is a really good idea.”
The blonde beauty hasn’t appeared on our screens in a couple of years. However Frankie, her younger brother Joey Essex and her cousin Chloe Sims recently returned to feature in the emotional BBC One documentary, titled Joey Essex: Grief & Me.
The documentary follows Joey, 30, as he opens up about the trauma he suffered as a result of their mum’s death.
Their mum Tina tragically took her own life when Frankie was just 13 and Joey was 10 years old.
The heart-breaking documentary sees Joey confront his grief and subsequent trauma head-on by attending therapy.
Frankie recently posted the advert for the documentary on her Instagram with the caption: “We’ll never forget you Mum,” followed by a pink heart emoji.
“This has probably been one of the most difficult projects to have ever been a part of but I’m so proud of it and my brother @joeyessex and our cousin @chlow_simsstarship who meant so much to our mum,” she continued.
“Thank you @bbc for giving us this opportunity to remember our Mum and raise awareness around grief and issues that surround mental health."
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