Ant McPartlin’s ex Lisa Armstrong shows off weight loss in stunning new snap
Ant McPartlin’s ex-wife Lisa Armstrong looked stunning in new snaps before she head off to work
Ant McPartlin’s ex-wife Lisa Armstrong showed off her weight loss in a new picture shared on social media.
The make-up artist took to her Instagram to re-share a photo of her posted by her make-up artist pal who prepared her for Strictly’s It Takes Two.
She is head of hair and make-up at the studio and looked gorgeous as she put her hand on her hip and posed for a photo.
Lisa rocked simple make-up with pink lipstick and a light smoky eye.
The 45-year-old sported a flowing black top and a sequin knee-length skirt.
“Make-up for my beautiful friend @lisaarmstrongmakeup for ITT @bbcstrictly tonight! Make sure you tune in for her and @lisadaveyhair talking all things makeup,” her pal captioned the post.
It comes after the make-up artist was reportedly warned to ‘keep a dignified silence’ following her divorce from Ant.
She recently grabbed headlines after she took to social media to slam her ex-husband’s management team.
When Ant and Dec’s PR guru Simon Jones posted a snap of Ant and Dec winning the Best Presenter award at the National Television Awards this year, Lisa took to the comment section.
Simon captioned the shot of Ant and Dec holding their awards: “20 years! So so proud of my amazing friends Ant and Dec for winning Best TV Presenter at the NTA’s for the 20th year in a row!
“And proud to say I have been with them at the awards every year of those 20 wins. We’ve been on a brilliant journey so far and long may it continue.”
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After laying eyes on the post, she wrote a savage reply underneath claiming that the team ‘screw’ people over.
“And you don’t care who you screw over in the process. Well done,” Ant’s ex-wife penned.
Following the comment she made, a source claimed she was warned to keep quiet about her divorce.
“Lisa feels she has every right to stand up for herself and friends agree – but they think the public nature of it isn’t doing her any favours,” a source told New! magazine.
“They’ve warned her it could make her look bad and it’s better to keep a dignified silence. They don’t want her to dwell on the past.”
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