Chloe Ferry shares incredible before and after pics of 2.5 stone weight loss as she hits out at surgery shamers | The Sun

CHLOE Ferry hit back trolls tonight as she revealed her incredible body transformation.

The 27-year-old told fans how she has shed over two stone thanks to hard work in the gym – and not because of surgery.

Geordie Shore favourite Chloe admitted it was frustrating that people kept bringing up her past surgeries.

In a new video, she shared: "I have always been so honest about the surgeries. I was always very honest on my social media, but that was years ago now.

“I hold my hands up, I have had surgery, but if you look at me from when I had surgery to now, I’ve lost two stone and literally toned up so much.

“I feel so much better in myself now than I did back then. So when people make comments that I have had surgery, I think well yeah it’s obvious.”

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Chloe continued:  “But my body shape now is just so different because I hammer the gym. I do the gym nearly every day, walks, everything. The gym has been my saviour for my mental health.”

The star then shared two images to show the difference in her body, adding: “That’s just a little photo to see how far I’ve actually came! I’ve been really working hard on my strength as well these last few weeks by lifting heavier at the gym, because I really want to tone up now.”

Over five years, Chloe had over £50k worth of cosmetic surgery, three nose jobs, lip, cheek and chin filler, and two boob jobs.

She’s also had a Brazilian butt lift – widely considered the most dangerous cosmetic procedure, after a number of deaths worldwide – and liposuction.

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