Kelly Brook cuts a casual figure in a white prairie top and grey skinny jeans as she ventures out for a dog walk with hunky boyfriend Jeremy Parisi
Kelly Brook looked effortlessly chic on Sunday as she headed on a dog walk with her hunky boyfriend Jeremy Parisi.
The 41-year-old TV personality beamed as she cut a casual figure in a white prairie top and grey skinny jeans, making the most of the weekend with her family.
Meanwhile, her partner of six years showcased his toned arm muscles in a navy tank top as he strolled alongside Kelly.
Effortless: Kelly Brook, 41, looked effortlessly chic on Sunday as she headed on a dog walk with her hunky boyfriend Jeremy Parisi
The brunette beauty looked chic in her Sunday stroll ensemble – her floaty top boasting ruffle detailing along the neckline and at the sleeves.
Kelly paired her outfit with a pair of low-key black sandals, black sunglasses and carried her shopping in a singular brown bag.
The Piranha 3D actress swept her brunette locks into a low bun, and showed her naturally glowing skin as she appeared to go makeup-free for the day.
Beaming: The 41-year-old TV personality beamed as she cut a casual figure in a white prairie top and grey skinny jeans, making the most of the weekend with her family
Recently , Kelly told MailOnline in a candid interview that she was perfectly happy with their relationship, stating: ‘I love my boyfriend, I love my job, my garden, my freedom, I love to travel. The things that have made me happy now aren’t the things I thought would make me so in my 30s.
‘It’s more difficult to have children after 40, I know that. But if it’s something you don’t really want to do, it’s OK. I didn’t really want to have children. I didn’t want to get married and that’s OK. It’s OK to say that now.’
Elsewhere in the chat, Kelly said that she is happiest working on the radio, where people can’t see her face or fabulous figure.
Cute couple: Recently, Kelly told MailOnline in a candid interview that she was perfectly happy with their relationship
‘When you do radio they just hear you and if you’re telling a story and making people laugh — they’re not visualising you, they’re absorbed by what you say. I get such positive feedback from the radio compared to telly because people can’t see me.’
At the time she declared she was a trim size 12, but she’s yo-yoed in weight over the past few years, at her heaviest creeping up to a size 16. Immediately, the jibes appeared online about her being ‘unsexy’ and ‘past it’.
At one stage reality star Katie Price even branded her a ‘heifer’ — perhaps hoping for a public slanging match which Kelly, wisely, refused to be drawn into.
She said: ‘I finished my show (American sitcom One Big Happy) in LA. I was super fit and then I moved back here four years ago to the countryside, to my farm in Kent, and I stopped thinking about what I looked like.
‘I started living what I call my ‘Ma Larkin life’. I had ducks, beehives, I was cooking every day — huge roast dinners — and going to the pub and I really piled on the pounds. It didn’t help that I was also living with an Italian for whom food is religion.’
She was approached by SlimFast for whom she’s a brand ambassador, and with the help of their shakes and snack bars, managed to lose 21 lb.
But then lockdown hit, comfort eating kicked in and the weight crept back on.
‘In lockdown I went a little crazy,’ she laughs. ‘I bought a pizza oven, and we did Friday night fakeaways where I made doner kebabs. I even bought an ice cream machine for goodness sake and started churning my own. During lockdown I went to the fridge more than I should have done and I put a lot back on.’
Yo-yo: At the time she declared she was a trim size 12, but she’s yo-yoed in weight over the past few years, at her heaviest creeping up to a size 16
‘I’ve never hated who I am, and I do embrace my bigger size. I don’t want to be like I was in my 20s — I couldn’t if I tried, my metabolism has slowed right down — but I’m also aware things can get out of hand and I do have that body type where I can gain weight quickly.’
‘If I don’t watch it then I creep up to a size 14 or 16, but a size 10 to 12 is where I feel my happiest. My boobs get too big when I’m edging up to a size 16.’
Those famous (entirely natural) 34FF boobs were what launched her into the world of glamour modelling, after winning a beauty contest her mother Sandra entered her into when she was just 16.
She modelled full-time from the age of 18, attracting big money deals from brands including New Look, Reebok and Sketchers.
Throwback: She modelled full-time from the age of 18, attracting big money deals from brands including New Look, Reebok and Sketchers. Pictured in 1997
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