Chrissie Swan shows off her slimmed-down figure in chic activewear while out in Melbourne – after revealing the catalyst for her health kick

She has credited daily walks amid Melbourne‘s gruelling lockdown last year as the catalyst for her health and fitness kick.

And Chrissie Swan, 48, showed off her slimmed-down figure in two photos shared to her Instagram Stories on Thursday while she was out and about in Melbourne.

The popular radio personality and TV host donned chic activewear as she enjoyed coffee at a local park before posing on a motorcycle.

Out and about: Chrissie Swan, 48, showed off her slimmed-down figure in chic activewear while out in Melbourne on Thursday – after revealing she walks two hours a day to stay slim

Chrissie wore a forest green long-sleeved top with cut-out detail, black leggings and white sneakers, accessorising with stylish dark sunglasses and silver hoop earrings.

She beamed for the snap as she perched her frame on a park bench while holding a takeaway coffee cup.

Her brunette locks flowed in the breeze and she wore minimal makeup on the outing.

Having fun: The popular radio personality and TV star donned a forest green long-sleeved top and black leggings. She enjoyed a coffee before posing on a motorcycle for an adventurous snap shared to her Instagram Stories

Having fun: The popular radio personality and TV star donned a forest green long-sleeved top and black leggings. She enjoyed a coffee before posing on a motorcycle for an adventurous snap shared to her Instagram Stories 

The former Big Brother star was later seen showing off her adventurous side as she posed for a snap while seated on a motorcycle.

Poking fun at herself, Chrissie captioned the photo: ‘Chiko Roll Girl 40 years on’.

Chrissie briefly touched on her weight loss in a recent interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly, saying the ‘enormous’ lifestyle changes she’d made over the last year had improved her life in so many ways. 

‘I’m not going to talk about the size of my a**e. I’m not going to tell you what I eat in a day,’ she said.  

Is that really you? The Would I Like To You host looked almost unrecognisable in her form-fitting attire, which included a long-sleeved black skivvy, cropped black leggings and a pair of white sneakers. Pictured before her weight loss in 2012

Health and fitness kick: Chrissie briefly touched on her weight loss in a recent interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly, saying the ‘enormous’ lifestyle changes she’d made over the last year had improved her life in so many ways. Pictured in April 2012 

‘Because I’ve read those stories and they make me feel bad about myself.’

However, she did confirm Melbourne’s lengthy Covid lockdown was the catalyst for her health and fitness kick.

‘We couldn’t go out to dinner, we couldn’t go to a friend’s house, they couldn’t come to us, we couldn’t go outside five kilometres. All we could do was walk, and so that’s what I did,’ she said. 

Active: However, she did confirm Melbourne's lengthy Covid lockdown was the catalyst for her health and fitness kick. Chrissie began walking only short distances, but steadily increased her fitness and now walks for two hours per day

Active: However, she did confirm Melbourne’s lengthy Covid lockdown was the catalyst for her health and fitness kick. Chrissie began walking only short distances, but steadily increased her fitness and now walks for two hours per day 

Chrissie began walking only short distances, but steadily increased her fitness and now walks for two hours per day.

The media personality, who hosts the Chrissie, Sam and Browny breakfast show on Nova 100, gave up alcohol more than a year ago as part of a health kick. 

She also turned to meditation to improve her mental health during lockdown. 

No booze: The media personality, who hosts the Chrissie, Sam and Browny breakfast show on Nova 100, gave up alcohol more than a year ago as part of a health kick

No booze: The media personality, who hosts the Chrissie, Sam and Browny breakfast show on Nova 100, gave up alcohol more than a year ago as part of a health kick 

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