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Sunday 15th December 2019

Dawn French dazzles viewers with her youthful transformation on Loose Women

The TV star celebrates her 60th birthday this week

Comedian Dawn French has stunned viewers with her youthful appearance.

Dawn, who has lost an incredible seven and a half stone, has been promoting her new book on The One Show and Loose Women. And fans have been sharing their praise on Twitter.

Dawn looked incredible on The One Show (Credit: BBC)

Dawn revealed that she is turning 60 this week.

I can't believe how good Dawn French looks at 60. She's not aged a day!

"I can't believe how good Dawn French looks at 60. She's not aged a day!" wrote one viewer.

"Good God, can't believe #dawnfrench is 60 tmorrow. Damn girl looking fantastic [sic]," added another.

One Loose Women viewer wrote: "Dawn French looks bloody amazing an inspirational woman put her on the panel [sic]"

Read more: Dawn French reveals why she ditched the diet after losing seven and a half stone 

Dawn has been promoting her new book Me. You. A Diary, which enables readers to jot down their own thoughts as they read.

She also seems surprised to be turning 60. "Can you believe it? How did that happen?" she joked on The One Show.

Last year Dawn revealed that she started losing weight to prepare for a hysterectomy.

"The doc told me that if I could lose some weight before the op, they would be able to do it via keyhole and I would recover in three weeks or so," she said.

"Otherwise it would be big open surgery, and three months to recover. So, I set about dropping a few stone."

Read more: Holly Willoughby's fans concerned she's losing weight after new pics 

The weight-loss hasn't changed Dawn's attitude to life.

Dawn also appeared on Loose Women looking equally fab (Credit: ITV)

"I've never disliked myself, and my weight has nothing to do with my self-esteem," she said. "I still refuse to dislike my old body.

"For me, whatever age or size I've been, I have rather liked myself. The shell is not the thing at all."