Andy Lee reveals how he lost 7 kg and regained everything during COVID-19

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Like many others, Andy Lee’s weight fluctuated during the coronavirus pandemic with two unprecedented lockdowns in Melbourne.

Speak against Body and soul on Sunday, the comedian, 39, admitted to losing seven pounds and then arrived when pubs closed and reopened.

‘When pubs closed in lockdown, I lost seven pounds. Pubs have reopened and I found those seven pounds, ”he said.

Life in Lockdown: Andy Lee (pictured with girlfriend Rebecca Harding) told Body and Soul on Sunday how he lost seven pounds and regained it all as pubs closed and reopened amid the coronavirus pandemic

Life in Lockdown: Andy Lee (pictured with girlfriend Rebecca Harding) told Body and Soul on Sunday how he lost seven pounds and regained it all as pubs closed and reopened amid the coronavirus pandemic

Despite the changing number on the scale, Andy told the publication that exercise has been a great way to deal with the stress of a pandemic.

In fact, it’s an activity that both he and his model girlfriend Rebecca Harding, 30, love to do together.

‘We love to play sports together. She makes me use buttocks, which makes my glutes hurt for days. We love going to Pilates and I agree to embarrass myself with yoga every now and then, ” he said.

'We love sports as a couple': Despite the changing number on the scale, Andy, 39, told the publication that exercise is a great way to deal with the stress of a pandemic.  In fact, it's an activity that both he and his model girlfriend Rebecca, 30, love to do together

'We love sports as a couple': Despite the changing number on the scale, Andy, 39, told the publication that exercise is a great way to deal with the stress of a pandemic.  In fact, it's an activity that both he and his model girlfriend Rebecca, 30, love to do together

‘We love sports as a couple’: Despite the changing number on the scale, Andy, 39, told the publication that exercise is a great way to deal with the stress of a pandemic. In fact, it’s an activity that both he and his model girlfriend Rebecca, 30, love to do together

In addition to HIIT (high intensity interval training) sessions with Rebecca, Andy enjoys golf, hockey, and 10km walks.

While exercise has been shown to strengthen their bond as a couple, other activities have had the opposite effect.

Andy told me earlier The Binge Guide for the Herald Sun how he once tested Rebecca.

Pressured: Andy previously told The Binge Guide for the Herald Sun how he once put Rebecca to the ultimate test

Pressured: Andy previously told The Binge Guide for the Herald Sun how he once put Rebecca to the ultimate test

Pressured: Andy previously told The Binge Guide for the Herald Sun how he once put Rebecca to the ultimate test

Hosting Channel 10’s game show The Cube, Andy remembered letting Rebecca try out the games with him, joking about how the pressure took its toll on their relationship.

Bec came out and played the games with me. And yes, we’re not together anymore, ”Andy joked.

The Cube, which premiered in February, sees teams of two complete games like Treasure, Calculate, Throw and Catch, while limited to a perspex ‘cube’, looking for the cash prize of $ 250,000.

Bec played the games with me.  And yes, we're not together anymore ': The comedian, who is the presenter of Channel Ten's game show The Cube, recalled letting Rebecca try out the games with him, joking how the pressure took its toll on their relationship

Bec played the games with me.  And yes, we're not together anymore ': The comedian, who is the presenter of Channel Ten's game show The Cube, recalled letting Rebecca try out the games with him, joking how the pressure took its toll on their relationship

Bec played the games with me. And yes, we’re not together anymore ‘: The comedian, who is the presenter of Channel Ten’s game show The Cube, recalled letting Rebecca try out the games with him, joking how the pressure took its toll on their relationship

Challenging: “We had the advantage of not playing this show under pressure,” Andy continued. ‘It has no safe zones. It’s not like [Who Wants To Be A] Millionaire. You have to risk everything to continue and the pressure is getting really high ‘

“We had the advantage of not playing this show under pressure,” Andy continued. ‘It has no safe zones. It’s not like [Who Wants To Be A] Millionaire. You have to risk everything to continue and the pressure is really high. ‘

The couple has been together since 2014, despite a brief breakup in 2016, but only went public with their romance in January 2015.

Andy and Rebecca met in a Melbourne cafe where she worked as a waitress. He left his email address on a napkin for her.

Start: The couple have been together since 2014, despite a brief breakup in 2016, but didn't go public with their romance until January 2015.  They met in a cafe in Melbourne where she worked as a waitress.  He left his email address on a napkin for her

Start: The couple have been together since 2014, despite a brief breakup in 2016, but didn't go public with their romance until January 2015.  They met in a cafe in Melbourne where she worked as a waitress.  He left his email address on a napkin for her

Start: The couple have been together since 2014, despite a brief breakup in 2016, but didn’t go public with their romance until January 2015. They met in a cafe in Melbourne where she worked as a waitress. He left his email address on a napkin for her