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Sunday 8th December 2019

Gemma Collins says she only eats twice a day

She doesn't understand why she's fat

Reality star Gemma Collins has claimed that she doesn't understand why she's overweight since she only eats twice a day.

The 38-year-old has lost a lot of weight recently, two stone to be exact, yet she's finding it hard to lose more.

She revealed that she never eats before 2pm, she doesn't snack and rarely drinks alcohol.

Gemma Collins on This Morning - Credit: ITV

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Speaking to The Sun Online, she said: "I actually don't know why I am overweight because I don't eat a lot.

"My downfall is that I eat late of a night.  I can go all day without food. I normally get hungry at two o'clock in the afternoon.

"I am night owl. Basically, I will just start eating from two o'clock in the afternoon. I have never been a breakfast girl."

Gemma has slimmed down recently (Credit: SplashNews.com)

I actually don't know why I am overweight because I don't eat a lot.

She also revealed that when she's on the go, she'll only ever pick up a sandwich or a vegetarian mac and cheese.

The star went on to explain how her portion sizes are a lot smaller now than they were before.

She insisted she's not unhappy with her size and she 'loves herself as she is'.

Gemma already made the headlines this week when she disgusted viewers of her ITVBe show, Diva Forever, by scratching and sniffing her crotch.

Various Celebrities seen at Impulse's LoveWalk Launch party. (Credit: WENN)

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Viewers weren't very impressed by her on-screen antics and were revolted when she asked her stylist, Lucas, to sniff her fingers.

The whole ordeal was rather revolting and she claimed that she had thrush due to the cheap knickers she was wearing.

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