Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace, 56, goes shirtless to dress up as a gladiator ahead of his new TV show as he shows off his incredible 4st weight loss
He famously lost four stone after overhauling his lifestyle.
And Gregg Wallace showed off his toned physique in a shirtless snap while dressed as a gladiator on his new TV show, Big Weekends Away.
The Masterchef star, 56, shared the photo of his slender build on his Instagram Story on Monday following his incredible weight loss.
Toned: Shirtless Gregg Wallace, 56, shared a picture of himself dressed as a gladiator ahead of his new TV show Big Weekends Away as he continues to show off his four stone weight loss
He shared a sneak preview of the upcoming episode of his Channel 5 programme Big Weekends Away which first aired on Friday.
In his new series , he laughs, jokes, chuckles and cavorts through four of Europe’s major cities, filling his face with street food and visibly having the time of his life.
Gregg posed with two other men and the trio beamed for the camera in full Roman warrior attire.
He displayed his abs in the shirtless costume, and covered a muscular arm in a sleeve of armour.
The chef left a little bit more to the imagination than the other men, as he kept longer shorts on under the ensemble.
Warning: Gregg revealed that doctors warned him he was ‘going to have a heart attack’ if he didn’t lose weight prior to shedding 4st (pictured right in 2009)
They each held a sword in their left hand as they posed in the picture as the star visited the Italian capital of Rome.
Gregg teased fans and asked fans to guess where his next adventure was, writing: ‘Big Weekends, where am I this Friday @channel5_tv’.
Speaking to MailOnline on Friday, Gregg revealed doctors said he would ‘definitely have a massive coronary’ if he didn’t change his ways and lose weight.
Addressing his health overhaul, he said: ‘I had enormous cholesterol. The doctor rang me seven years ago and said: ‘We’ve got to sort this out right now or you will have a massive coronary’.’
Looking good: Now Wallace goes to the gym with his personal trainer seven days a week and he said: ‘I am pretty fit now but my belly bloats. I am twelve stone and less than eighteen percent fat, but my belly bloats so everyone just thinks my diet is bad or I drink loads of beer’
Now Wallace goes to the gym with his personal trainer seven days a week and he said: ‘I am pretty fit now but my belly bloats.
‘I am twelve stone and less than eighteen percent fat, but my belly bloats so everyone just thinks my diet is bad or I drink loads of beer. I don’t.’
He previously admitted that his younger wife Anne-Marie Sterpini, 34, was one of the reasons behind him shedding the pounds as he didn’t want her to have a ‘fat old husband’.
Gregg also said he wanted to be ‘fit and healthy’ for their young son Sid, 20 months, after doctors warned him he was heading for a heart attack if he didn’t change his ways.
Speaking to Closer magazine, Gregg who also has two grown-up children with ex-wife Denise, says his youngest child gave him the ultimate motivation to overhaul his physique.
He said: ‘Having my baby boy made me want to be fit and strong. I can now go for long walks, which I wouldn’t have been able to do before.’
The TV star married wife Anne-Marie in August 2016 at a luxurious ceremony in Hever Castle in Kent.
Reason: Gregg, who married Anne-Marie, 34, in August 2016, noted that it is the almost 20-year age difference between them which drives him to be fit and healthy (pictured in 2013)
And Gregg noted that it is the almost 20-year age difference between them which further drives him to be fit and healthy.
He continued: ‘Anne being younger than me was even more of an inspiration to be fit – you can have an old husband but she didn’t have to have a fat, old husband.’
Aside from looking good for his wife of four years, the presenter received a big wake up call when he was informed he had dangerously high cholesterol and was at risk of having a heart attack.
After dropping down to 12st, Gregg keeps up his weight loss with regular work-outs five times a week.
That’s my boy: Gregg said he wanted to be ‘fit and healthy’ for their young son Sid, 20 months, after doctors warned him he was heading for a heart attack if he didn’t change his ways
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