Love Island’s Iain Stirling reveals he’s lost nearly two stone in lockdown

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LOVE Island narrator Iain Stirling has revealed that he’s lost nearly two stone since the beginning of lockdown in March.

The 32-year-old comedian said that cutting back on alcohol has helped him shed the pounds during an appearance on Vicky Pattison: The Secret To… podcast.

Iain Stirling has revealed that he’s lost nearly two stone since the beginning of lockdown in March

He shared: “I have lost one stone and 9lbs. I was 15st 9 last time I weighed myself, which was a while ago when I was on tour.

“Now I am 14 stone dead.”

“It’s because I’ve not got access to draft lager,” he laughed. “I can’t go to a pub. I’ve built one in my garden now but I didn’t have any pubs I could go to.”

The ITV star said his unintentional weight loss has showed him how “unhealthy” his lifestyle was prior to the pandemic.

The 32-year-old comedian said that cutting back on alcohol has helped him. Pictured in July 2019

Iain has been happily dating Irish presenter Laura Whitmore since 2018. Pictured in November 2019

Iain continued: “I have not done anything healthy. It just shows you how dangerously unhealthy my lifestyle was before I went into lockdown.”

“Laura’s general health levels have gone down and mine have gone up. She was quite healthy before lockdown and I was really bad.

“Especially with gigging you go to places where there is just beer available. I would always have a couple and you are on the road so it’s take away food and service stations.

The ITV star said his unintentional weight loss has showed him how ‘unhealthy’ his lifestyle was prior to lockdown. Pictured in 2016

He recently took part in charity football game Soccer Aid

“So being at home I have cooked more. For soccer aid I started to do a bit of training but not anything mad.”

Iain recently took part in charity football game Soccer Aid and competed on the Rest of the World team alongside footballer Robbie Keane, Kem Cetinay, Roman Kemp and Jason Manford.

The annual showpiece was held at Old Trafford, months later than originally planned.

The Scottish star gave his fans a glimpse of his garden pub earlier this month

At full time, it was announced that £11,552,577 had been raised throughout the match, making it the most successful Soccer Aid thus far.

Elsewhere, the Scottish star gave his fans a glimpse of his garden pub earlier this month.

The presenter built the cosy watering hole, which has been named ‘The Snug’, in the back garden of his and Laura Whitmore‘s London home.

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