Sonia Kruger admits she piled on Covid pounds in her ‘muffin top region’ during lockdown

Big Brother presenter Sonia Kruger admits she piled on Covid pounds in her ‘muffin-top region’ during lockdown – reveals her guilty pleasure snack


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Sonia Kruger is known for her youthful energy and sensational physique.

But in her column for Zodiac sign, she admitted that, like the rest of us, she has also fallen victim to Covid weight building while in lockdown.

The 56-year-old jokingly demanded a rematch of the past two years for everyone, especially those involved with distance learning for their children and who had tested their relationships.

'It happened right before my eyes': Sonia Kruger (pictured) admitted she added Covid pounds during lockdown in her 'muffin top region'

‘It happened right before my eyes’: Sonia Kruger (pictured) admitted she added Covid pounds during lockdown in her ‘muffin top region’

She humorously referred to the dependent relationship people have developed with their refrigerators and unnecessary eating habits while staying at home.

The professional ballroom dancer admitted, “It also happened right in front of my eyes, in the muffin-top region.”

The mom of one, now on a mission to change those habits, said she can’t resist indulging in peanut butter sandwiches.

“Now the scales have become allies of the virus, spreading falsehoods about our weight faster than peanut butter on a fresh crusty bun,” she said.

While she may have indulged in treats during the lockdown, it’s likely that Sonia shed those extra pounds quickly as she is known for her active and healthy lifestyle.

Covid kilos: In her column for Stellar, she humorously mentioned the dependent relationship people have developed with their refrigerators while she stays at home.  She admitted: 'It also happened right in front of my eyes, in the muffin-top region'

Covid kilos: In her column for Stellar, she humorously mentioned the dependent relationship people have developed with their refrigerators while she stays at home.  She admitted: 'It also happened right in front of my eyes, in the muffin-top region'

Covid kilos: In her column for Stellar, she humorously mentioned the dependent relationship people have developed with their refrigerators while she stays at home. She admitted: ‘It also happened right in front of my eyes, in the muffin-top region’

Time to get fit: The mum of one, now on a mission to change those habits, continued: 'Now the scales have become allies of the virus, spreading falsehoods about our weight faster than peanut butter on a fresh crusty bun '

Time to get fit: The mum of one, now on a mission to change those habits, continued: 'Now the scales have become allies of the virus, spreading falsehoods about our weight faster than peanut butter on a fresh crusty bun '

Time to get fit: The mum of one, now on a mission to change those habits, continued: ‘Now the scales have become allies of the virus, spreading falsehoods about our weight faster than peanut butter on a fresh crusty bun ‘

In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph in August, Sonia explained that she takes a “measured approach” to health and fitness as she ages.

“We continue to learn about our bodies as we age. I now know to sleep well and eat healthy,” she said, revealing that she used to live on “pizza and champagne.”

Today, Sonia says she can’t live without salmon, nuts, broccoli, cherries, and the occasional hot potato, because she’s “only human.”

Living well: Sonia is known for her active and healthy lifestyle, she told The Sunday Telegraph in August that she now has a 'measured approach' to health and fitness as she gets older.  Pictured is Sonia with her daughter Maggie, six

Living well: Sonia is known for her active and healthy lifestyle, she told The Sunday Telegraph in August that she now has a 'measured approach' to health and fitness as she gets older.  Pictured is Sonia with her daughter Maggie, six

Living well: Sonia is known for her active and healthy lifestyle, she told The Sunday Telegraph in August that she now has a ‘measured approach’ to health and fitness as she gets older. Pictured is Sonia with her daughter Maggie, six

The Channel Seven star also noted the importance of getting a good night’s sleep and making sure she works out first in the morning.

Sonia also revealed to: The courier post that part of her regular workout routine is working out at home in the morning.

“Then you’re done and you’ve got it out of the way and you don’t have to worry about going to the gym and being seen by people in public,” she said.

The TV host also admitted that she’s not a big fan of exercise, but “loves how she feels afterwards.”

Read more: In this week's issue of Stellar Magazine

Read more: In this week's issue of Stellar Magazine

Read more: In this week’s issue of Stellar Magazine

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