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Because I'd never worried about my weight I thought I could eat whatever I wanted."For a while it was fine and then suddenly I ballooned.
I couldn't seem to stop eating." At her lowest point, Bonnie said she didn't want to get up in the morning because picking out clothes to wear for the day was 'depressing', adding: "At times I didn't even want to leave the house."So, she got to work shedding the pounds in order to pull herself back around again, before signing up to feature on the show."Being on the show has been amazing for my confidence," she said.
There's another runner there on the inside, Whoskrapdisdacsz from Poland, and dropping away now, the Swede, Lars Persson."Sometimes, a name isn't exactly meaningful or hiding something, but there's still something about it that is weird. They don't have to be Meaningful Names, but often are.
An overlap would be a baseball player named Homer (of which there have been several actual Major League Baseball players with that moniker, although a few were pitchers).
"We were made to feel like a million dollars," Morag said.
The 33-year-old said she knew something had to change, as her happiness and sex life were suffering, and she was no longer able to ride her horse because of her increased weight.
, chances are you'll recognise Bonnie Stainer as one of the show's contestants.
However, if you saw what she looked like prior to going on the ITV dating show, it's unlikely you'd be able to tell who she was.
The Devon-born mum weighed 17 stone before appearing on the ITV show.
Speaking to the Daily Star, she said: "When I was 29 I got pregnant with my first child.