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Studio 10 host Sarah Harris stuns in photo shoot for The Australian Women’s Weekly after weight loss

Having a Marilyn moment! Studio 10 host Sarah Harris stuns in photo shoot for The Australian Women’s Weekly after impressive 6kg weight loss

She recently revealed she had shed an impressive 6kg following a year-long body transformation.

And on Tuesday, Studio 10 star Sarah Harris showed off her new slimmed down frame in a photo shoot for The Australian Women’s Weekly. 

The 39-year-old looked stunning in a number of stylish frocks as she graced the cover of the December issue. 

White hot: Studio 10 star Sarah Harris showed off her new slimmed down frame in a photo shoot for the Australian Women’s Weekly

In the stylish shoot, Sarah oozed glamour in a white satin topless gown featuring a large bow on the back. 

She accessorised with matching white gloves and strappy metallic stilettos. 

The presenter wore her cropped blonde locks in tousled curls and flaunted her beauty with a smokey eye, bold brows and a sweeping of blush. 

Lady in red: The 39-year-old looked stunning in a number of stylish frocks as she graced the cover of the December issue

Lady in red: The 39-year-old looked stunning in a number of stylish frocks as she graced the cover of the December issue

In the cover photo, she flaunted her trim pins in a red mini-dress that featured an oversized bow on the back, as she decorated a Christmas tree. 

Her stunning photo shoot comes after the mum-of-two spilled the secrets behind her impressive 6kg weight loss.

In an interview with Stellar Magazine in November, she explained that her newly slimline figure was not a result of wanting to snap back to her pre-baby body, but to instead feel ‘stronger’ physically and mentally. 

'Carrying my boys put a strain on my back': Sarah explained that her newly slimline figure was not a result of wanting to snap back to her pre-baby body, but instead to feel 'stronger' physically and mentally

‘Carrying my boys put a strain on my back’: Sarah explained that her newly slimline figure was not a result of wanting to snap back to her pre-baby body, but instead to feel ‘stronger’ physically and mentally

‘It wasn’t about losing weight but getting stronger,’ she told the publication. 

‘Carrying two heavy boys had put a huge strain on my back. Last year, after quite a while of having my back taped, I started running and strengthening my core. This is the only body I’ve got, so I want to take care of it’.

Sarah, who is a mother to sons Paul, four, and Harry, two, added that ‘body image issues’ had ‘affected her mental health in the past’ – so she didn’t want to transfix on a number on the scale.

Changing mindset: Sarah, who is a mother to sons Paul, four, and Harry, two (both pictured), added that 'body image issues' had 'affected her mental health in the past'

Changing mindset: Sarah, who is a mother to sons Paul, four, and Harry, two (both pictured), added that ‘body image issues’ had ‘affected her mental health in the past’ 

‘I’m in awe of what my body has done. I’ve not only grown these two awesome kids but birthed them as well.

‘Women are phenomenal. We have to get off our own backs. If I can pass that on to the sisterhood, that’s one of the lessons I’ve learnt.’ 

The broadcaster revealed that she shed the weight by taking up Pilates and working with a personal trainer.

Working out: The broadcaster revealed that she shed the weight by taking up Pilates and working with a personal trainer

Working out: The broadcaster revealed that she shed the weight by taking up Pilates and working with a personal trainer

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