This Country star Daisy May Cooper has taken to Instagram to post a very glamorous selfie, in which she looks worlds apart from her on-screen character Kerry Mucklowe.
The actress and writer, 34, looked absolutely stunning as she smiled into the camera, wearing a black blouse decorated with little white stars.
Her hair looked to have extension in it, as it flowed in mermaid curls down to her waist, and she wore smoky eye make up and a nude lip.
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She captioned the snap: “The b***h is back.”
However, it is not just the gorgeous hair and beauty looks that have resulted in her looking very different to tomboyish Kerry, the star has also been on weight loss journey.
In a since deleted Instagram snap, Daisy shared her weight loss progress so far, writing: “Anyone else doing Keto? My mate Sarah and my da suggested I give it a try and I’m shocked at how quickly weight is dropping off.”
But what exactly is keto, and is it a healthy option?
We spoke to registered nutritionist Lara Baudains who explained: “The keto diet is a high fat, low carb and moderate protein diet.
“When you adhere to it properly your body will swap its main energy source from carbohydrates to fats and this process is called ketosis.
“In order to actually reach ketosis, it is really difficult.
“You will need close supervision probably by a nutritionist or dietitian.
“For certain conditions such as epilepsy a keto diet has been proven to be beneficial but for long term weight loss I wouldn’t advise it.”
“This is because a low carb diet means you will miss out of vital vitamins and minerals, and all fruit and veg fall into the carbohydrate category.
“You’re also not going to be getting a lot of wholegrain carbohydrates, and that will reduce your fibre intake drastically..
“So you’re not going to be hitting your 30 grams a day, which will in turn affect your gut microbiome, which will lead to a lot of problems down the line.”