Peter Andre meets local Slimming World reps

Peter Andrew meets local Slimming World rep

Peter Andrew meets local Slimming World rep - Credit: Archant

Two Slimming World consultants from the Fens say meeting singer and TV presenter Peter Andre was the perfect way to get set for a healthy new year.

Tina Rust and Helen Moore met the star when he co-hosted the Slimming World Awards.

Tina, who runs a group at The Rosmini Centre, Wisbech every Monday and at The Pavilion, Terrington St Clement every Thursday, said meeting the singer was a wonderful way to round off 2014 and the perfect way to kick start another successful year.

She said: “I’m so proud of all of our members. They’ve lost fantastic amounts of weight throughout 2014 with many of them reaching their target weights and improving their health substantially.

“It’s so rewarding to see people achieve things that they didn’t think possible before losing weight, whether that’s wearing smaller-sized clothes, taking up new hobbies, reducing medication or being able to do more with their family and friends.

You may also want to watch:

“Meeting Peter was a real treat – he was such a nice guy – and a great way to celebrate all of that.

Two-time celebrity dad-of-the-year Peter, said: “Being in the public eye there’s a lot of scrutiny and if you put on even a pound or two the magazines and newspapers are extremely quick to point it out, so I’ve always tried to take care of myself and watch my weight.

Most Read

“However since becoming a dad I’ve realised it’s about more than just looking good; it’s much more important to me that I’m fit and healthy and setting a good example to my children.

Helen, who runs a Slimming World group at 2nd March Scout Hut, March every Wednesday, said: “Joining Slimming World is the best way for people to lose weight this January. Getting off to a great start is really important when embarking on a slimming plan; seeing results on the scales and feeling lighter and brighter will motivate people to keep going and achieve their goals.”

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter