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Kelly Osbourne Credits Vegan Chef Fiancé for her Healthy Habits

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There’s been some buzz about Kelly Osbourne‘s trimmer, healthier figure, and she hasn’t been hiding her secret weapon: her vegan chef fiancé, Matthew Mosshart.

Osbourne says that she’s lost over 60 pounds in a two year span and she credits Mosshart for the accomplishment. She says he does all the cooking, has taught her how to balance meals and be mindful of excess calories, and that everything he cooks is delicious. “He’s a vegan chef so he makes sure I eat healthily,” Osbourne told The Daily Mail. On a recent episode of The Talk, Osbourne elaborated, “[Mosshart] has showed me a whole new sector of food I thought I’d never eat… and it’s yummy!” Exercise is also part of her healthier routine, and an area where the couple motivate each other.

While it clearly shows on the outside that Osbourne is in fantastic shape, she says that this is the healthiest she’s been both inside and out. In an interview with Cosmo Body UK, she said, “People think I lost weight and that’s what made me happier. That’s not true; I had to learn to love myself first. Losing weight was just one benefit of putting the hard work in and sorting myself out on the inside first through therapy. That was one of the scariest times of my life. I swear I’ve never felt more naked, because I had to actually be me and couldn’t mask it.”

Osbourne had some bumps in the road in her younger years, but she appears to be happier and healthier than ever! With a winning combination of healthy eating, exercise, a supportive partner, and self-love, it’s no wonder she’s glowing!

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