Danielle Armstrong flaunts her impressive weight loss in a black lace bustier


She gave birth to daughter Orla in May 2020.

And Danielle Armstrong was proudly displaying the results of her post-baby weight loss as she stepped out for dinner at Amazonia in London with her fiancè Tom Edney on Saturday.

The TOWIE star, 33, who has lost 42lbs since giving birth last year, slipped into a sexy black lace bustier paired with flared leg jeans and a white blazer draped over her shoulders as she arrived hand-in-hand with her beau for the romantic meal.

Happy couple: Danielle Armstrong, 33, displayed the results of her post-baby weight loss as she stepped out for dinner at Amazonia in London with her fiancè Tom Edney on Saturday

Danielle added height to her frame with black open toe heels and she accessorised with a small black handbag for the dinner.

Meanwhile Tom cut a casual figure in a navy sweatshirt paired with white jeans and smart brown shoes. 

The loved up couple beamed as they walked hand in hand through London before arriving at the lavish restaurant.  

Stunning: The TOWIE star who has lost 42lbs since giving birth last year, slipped into a sexy black lace bustier paired with flared leg jeans and a white blazer

Stunning: The TOWIE star who has lost 42lbs since giving birth last year, slipped into a sexy black lace bustier paired with flared leg jeans and a white blazer

Style:The beauty added height to her frame with black open toe heels and she accessorised with a small black handbag

Style:The beauty added height to her frame with black open toe heels and she accessorised with a small black handbag

Sweet: The loved up couple beamed as they walked hand in hand through London to enjoy a break from parenting duties to head out for dinner

 Sweet: The loved up couple beamed as they walked hand in hand through London to enjoy a break from parenting duties to head out for dinner

It comes after Danielle revealed she had ‘abnormal’ and ‘precancerous cells’ removed after going for a routine smear test.

Sharing a candid Instagram post on Friday, the star encouraged her 1.3million followers to get checked and said: ‘It can prevent cancer and save your life.’ 

Danielle explained she went to her routine smear test last month where her results showed abnormal cells and she was referred for a colposcopy, which is a simple procedure that looks at the cervix.

Date night: The couple turned heads as they left they left the lavish restaurant hand-in-hand. They welcomed their daughter Orla in May 2020

Date night: The couple turned heads as they left they left the lavish restaurant hand-in-hand. They welcomed their daughter Orla in May 2020

Handsome: Tom cut a casual figure in a navy sweatshirt paired with white jeans and smart brown shoes

Handsome: Tom cut a casual figure in a navy sweatshirt paired with white jeans and smart brown shoes

Important: It comes after Danielle revealed that she had 'abnormal' and 'precancerous cells' removed after going for a routine smear test

Important: It comes after Danielle revealed that she had ‘abnormal’ and ‘precancerous cells’ removed after going for a routine smear test 

The reality star said during the procedure, nurses decided to perform a loop excision, which involves removing the abnormal cells using a thin wire loop that is heated with an electric current.

Usually the procedure is done while the patient is awake, with local anaesthetic injected into the cervix to numb it.

Danielle said that the abnormal cells were removed due to being ‘precancerous’ and it prevents them from progressing into cancer in the future.

Candid: Sharing a candid Instagram post on Friday, the star encouraged her 1.3m fans to get checked and said: 'It can prevent cancer and save your life' (pictured in January)

Candid: Sharing a candid Instagram post on Friday, the star encouraged her 1.3m fans to get checked and said: ‘It can prevent cancer and save your life’ (pictured in January) 

The mother-of-one penned: ‘Is it uncomfortable… YES Is their bleeding.. YES (a little). Can it prevent cancer & save your life YES!!!’

Taking to her Instagram, Danielle shared a picture of herself with a fluffy cushion on her stomach, she wrote in a candid caption: ‘Have You Booked Your Smear Test ?❤️… 

‘Last month I was invited to have my smear test as for the UK ladies between the ages of 25 – 49 it should be every 3 years we get checked. 

Get checked out! Danielle explained that she went to her routine smear test last month where her results showed abnormal cells and she was referred for a colposcopy, which is a simple procedure that looks at the cervix

Get checked out! Danielle explained that she went to her routine smear test last month where her results showed abnormal cells and she was referred for a colposcopy, which is a simple procedure that looks at the cervix 

‘My results showed some abnormal cells and I was referred to have a Colposcopy (this is a simple procedure to look at the cervix for the abnormal cells to see if they could be cancerous or not). 

What is the Lletz procedure?

The most common treatment for removing abnormal cells is Lletz. 

This is stands for large loop excision of the transformation zone (LLETZ).

Lletz is also called loop diathermy, loop cone, loop biopsy or loop excision.

It involves removing the abnormal cells using a thin wire loop that’s heated with an electric current. 

Usually the procedure is done while the patient is awake, with local anaesthetic injected into the cervix to numb it. 

After having Lletz women are advised to avoid driving for 24 hours and using tampons and having sex for four weeks.

It is also advised to have another cervical screening in six months. 

Source: NHS 

‘Yesterday when having the procedure the nurses decided to do something called a “Loop Excision” which is basically using a electrical current to cut away the abnormal cells. 

‘The reason for cutting away the cells was due to the abnormal cells being “Pre Cancerous Cells” and removing them now can prevent them progressing to cancer in the future.

‘Is it uncomfortable… YES Is their bleeding.. YES ( a little) Can it prevent cancer & save your life YES!!!’

Signing off her post, Danielle urged her fans to get checked out and book their routine smear tests.

She penned: ‘I just want to share this post with you all because I know 90% of my followers are female and between 25-49. So please ladies if you have still got to book your Smear Test BOOK IT TODAY.’

A smear test detects abnormal cells on the cervix, which is the entrance to the uterus from the vagina. Removing these cells can prevent cervical cancer.

Most test results come back clear, however, one in 20 women show abnormal changes to the cells of their cervix. In some cases, these need to be removed or can become cancerous. 

In the UK, the NHS Cervical Screening Programme invites women aged 25-to-49 for a smear every three years, those aged 50 to 64 every five years, and women over 65 if they have not been screened since 50 or have previously had abnormal results.

Only recently, Danielle revealed she had cut 42Ibs of body fat after gaining four stone during her pregnancy with daughter Orla and was feeling healthier than ever. 

Wow! Only recently, Danielle revealed she had cut 42Ibs of body fat after gaining four stone during her pregnancy with daughter Orla and was feeling healthier than ever

Wow! Only recently, Danielle revealed she had cut 42Ibs of body fat after gaining four stone during her pregnancy with daughter Orla and was feeling healthier than ever

The reality star flaunted the impressive results of her gym sessions as she showcased her very toned figure in a tiny black bikini on Instagram last week.

Danielle got engaged to her childhood friend Tom Edney last March and she found her wedding dress earlier this year ahead of her wedding in 2022.

She gushed in a post showing her beaming with a shopping bag that she ‘can’t wait’ to marry Tom who she shares her daughter Orla, 13 months, with. 

Exciting times:  Danielle announced she was engaged to Tom - her best friend of 22 years- last March (pictured while she was pregnant in Dubai)

Exciting times:  Danielle announced she was engaged to Tom – her best friend of 22 years- last March (pictured while she was pregnant in Dubai)

WHAT IS A SMEAR TEST?

A smear test detects abnormal cells on the cervix, which is the entrance to the uterus from the vagina.

Removing these cells can prevent cervical cancer.

Most test results come back clear, however, one in 20 women show abnormal changes to the cells of their cervix.

In some cases, these need to be removed or can become cancerous.

Cervical cancer most commonly affects sexually-active women aged between 30 and 45. 

In the UK, the NHS Cervical Screening Programme invites women aged 25-to-49 for a smear every three years, those aged 50 to 64 every five years, and women over 65 if they have not been screened since 50 or have previously had abnormal results.

Women must be registered with a GP to be invited for a test. 

In the US, tests start when women turn 21 and are carried out every three years until they reach 65.

Changes in cervical cells are often caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), which can be transmitted during sex.  



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