‘Blimey,’ says Lenny Henry on This Morning, who says he’s dropped a lot of weight.
LENNY HENRY spoke on This Morning today to talk about his new book. Fans were taken aback by his weight drop.
Fans on Twitter reacted to his new look. “Sir Lenny Henry has shed a significant amount of weight! One wrote, “#needToGetHisSecret.”
“Blimey, Lenny,” says the narrator. Another person remarked, “Henry looks great; congrats on dropping so much weight.”
“Lenny Henry looks like he’s shed a lot of weight #ThisMorning,” said another.
Another posted, “Lenny Henry has shed a lot of weight #ThisMorning.”
He was talking about his new book, “Who Am I Again?”
It chronicles his mother’s move to the United Kingdom, Lenny’s birth in the United Kingdom, and his school years until he won a talent show at the age of 16 and began his quest to celebrity.
Lenny Henry openly shared his experiences growing up in the United Kingdom with his Caribbean mother.
A fellow student had racially assaulted him at school, he said.
He described it as “in the mud, punching, kicking me.”
“It helped me realize comedy can be a sheild as well as a sword,” he remarked.
Lenny has already spoken about his weight loss.
In 2014, he began his weight-loss journey. The actor revealed that his weight was causing him health problems.
He explained, “I’m a bit diabetic, so I was put on a pretty strict diet.”
“I’ve lost anywhere from two and a half to three stone. He explained, “I was a large guy.”
“It’s plenty of greens, lots of juice, and lots of walking,” he remarked of his diet. Swimming is beneficial.
“You have to consume no sweets and drink very little alcohol… you can eat whatever you want.
He joked, “You can’t Hobnob your way through the day.”
Fans have been impressed by Tom Kerridge’s weight decrease.
The celebrity chef has dropped 12 stone in weight.
The English chef, who has starred on the Great British Menu and MasterChef, used to weigh over 30 stone, but he lost nearly half of it in a short amount of time.
Tom admits to drinking 15 pints every night, causing him to acquire weight.