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Elizabeth Sobinoff unveils huge 10kg weight loss in stunning Logies transformation

She’s the Married At First Sight star who embarked on an inspirational weight loss  journey after being cruelly fat shamed on her wedding day. 

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And Elizabeth Sobinoff had the last laugh on Sunday night, when she showcased her incredible 10kg slim-down on the Logie Awards red carpet. 

The 28-year-old looked more confident than ever as she paraded her size 8 figure in a stunning Marian Rahme gown. 

Elizabeth oozed sophistication in her figure-hugging dress, which featured intricate lace detailing and an elegant strapless design. 

In Monday’s edition of NW magazine, the jewellery store manager revealed she had lost 10kg since filming wrapped for MAFS’ sixth season in January. 

On the show, Elizabeth’s ‘husband’ Sam Ball controversially fat shamed her on their wedding day by saying he didn’t usually date ‘big’ girls. 

‘I’ve never really dated girls as big as Elizabeth in the past,’ he told producers, before adding that he would have to get her ‘running in the mornings’ to lose weight.

Elizabeth was visibly shocked when she watched footage of Sam’s comments for the first time during the season finale.

She told NW that body shaming is an issue women have to deal with on a daily basis. 

‘It happened to me on national television, but it happens to women every single day in life,’ she said. 

‘I was strong enough to take it. Some of the other girls on the show were quite insecure, so I’m glad that it was me.’

Elizabeth admitted it wasn’t the first time she had heard similar remarks about her weight, but insisted that she always feels confident regardless of her size. 

Elizabeth previously revealed that her weight fluctuates due to her ongoing medical conditions. 

She has an auto-immune condition and porphyria (a blood disorder) that affects her weight and she has to follow a high-carb diet to manage it.  

Elizabeth joined a slew of her Married At First co-stars at the Logies, including Jules Robinson, Cameron Merchant, Heidi Latcham and Martha Kalifatidis. 

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