Holly Willoughby, 36, has hit headlines this year after undergoing a body transformation.
The stunning star, presenter on This Morning among others, has noticeably slimmed down, prompting fans to constantly speculate on how she lost the weight.
Holly has spoken out in the past to confirm she will never give details on how or why her weight is what it is, because she does not want to encourage people with eating disorders.
But now an insider has revealed exactly what the petite blonde eats each day to get in shape.
According to the Sunday Mirror, there are three foods in particular Holly uses to keep her trim figure. An insider told them: “Holly is determined to keep her new-look body, so she eats chicken, carrots and hummus.
“You’ll never see her without a pack of mango either, to satisfy her sweet tooth.”
Mum of three Holly has also stepped up her exercise routine recently, with ballet and kickboxing her new favourites.
The insider continued: “She loves doing them. She says she’s discovered ‘a new me’ and won’t be giving up any time soon.”
It has been revealed in the past Holly has turned to Pilates to stay lean.
After she shared a rare image of her in a bikini to Instagram, one fan commented: “Looking amazing @hollywilloughby. Heard you do Pilates. I too do Pilates and I have never felt better! I eat like a horse but have totally trimmed down!”
And it seems this is true, as a Pilates trainer has claimed to have worked with the star.
Director of London-based Body Control Pilates, Lynne Robinson, told The Sun: “I worked with Holly for several months, teaching her privately at the home once a week.
“Holly had postnatal matt work classes which concentrated on strengthening and toning her core.
“The exercises help trim the waist and flatten the stomach.”
Despite these revelations, Holly herself will never discuss her dieting and exercise regime.
Explaining why to Prima magazine, she said: “I don’t want to encourage eating disorders. I try not to focus too much on my appearance. As long as I’m being healthy, that’s good enough for me.”