Kelly Osbourne recently revealed she's down 85 pounds.
The reality show star once admitted she eats a plant-based diet.
Kelly has chosen to focus on self-care this year, she wrote in an Instagram post.
Kelly Osbourne is celebrating the results of her year of self-care: The reality star recently shared a selfie showing off her purple hair—and her 85-pound weight loss.
Olivia TuTram Mai, a.k.a. TV personality Jeannie Mai's mom, commented under Kelly's post. "Oh my gosh, you lost a lot of weight 😘," wrote Mai. Replying to her comment, Kelly admitted she's actually down 85 pounds. "@themamamai that's right mamma Mai I lost 85lbs since I last saw you. Can you believe it? Kaakakaka."
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Kelly also shared a photo of her holding up a size 26 clothing tag (about a size 2 in U.S. sizes), writing "Yes...I'm bragging because I worked hard and it feels good!!!"
This isn't the first time Kelly's publicly talked about her weight: After appearing on the Dancing With The Stars in 2009, Kelly dropped 40 pounds thanks to a combination of her dance rehearsals and her choice to adopt a plant-based diet. In 2012, she became vegan with help from her boyfriend at the time, who was also a vegan chef, according to the Daily Express.
She also once told Huffpost that her new diet slowly turned into more of a lifestyle change. "Once I learned how to work out right and eat right, it’s one of those things that you just have to commit to a life change rather than being on a diet. Because a diet doesn’t work. You lose weight and you stop it and it will all come back. So you just have to take baby steps, commit to something and stay true to it."
Kelly's new weight loss also comes after she revealed she was going to prioritize self-care, she wrote before the start of the new year. "I have come to the realization that I constantly put the needs of others before my own,” she wrote in an Instagram post, also celebrating 2.5 years of sobriety. “I allow myself to be put in situations that make me feel uncomfortable for fear of upsetting someone else. Not forgetting the amount of times I co-sign the bulls— of others."
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