Mother-of-four Kerry Katona has been showing off her new figure on holiday in Spain this week.
Kerry has recently lost around five stone through liposuction and a healthy eating regime.
Pictured in the Daily Mail, Kerry was spotted enjoying a day out at a water park with her husband Mark Croft and looking tanned and toned in a two-piece turquoise bikini.
The former Atomic Kitten singer is said to be maintaining her new figure with a diet of bran flakes, protein shakes and healthy salads.
Brits looking to shift some excess pounds this year may wish to consider holidaying at La Manga Club, after new research revealed that people exercise more when overseas.
A study carried out by sunshine.co.uk found that 60 per cent of people engage in more physical activity during a weeks' holiday than they do during the rest of the year.
The Manchester City squad is soaking up the sun on holiday in Spain this week, with players happy to escape the frosty weather back home.
According to News in the Sun, the team is taking part in a winter training programme on the island of Tenerife.
"Hughes said he chose Tenerife to give the players a little warmth and sunshine before returning to do battle in the Premiership," the newspaper said.
Striker Robinho has already been pictured soaking up the sun by the team's hotel pool in the Adeje area.
It seems that easyJet is the airline of choice for Brits taking holidays in Spain.
Figures from Spanish Airport Authority AENA show that the carrier transported more than two million passengers to and from Malaga Airport last year.
Low-fares carrier Monarch is also popular among those taking flights to Spain, with the airline carrying 804,000 passengers to Malaga in 2008, Typically Spanish reports.
Iberia came in third place, with other popular carriers including Ryanair, Thomson and Clickair.
Cutting back on holidays is not an option for most people, despite the credit crunch.
That is the opinion of the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), which suggested that even amid the economic downturn, British consumers will continue to travel.
People would rather cut back on new sofas and cars than give up their annual two weeks in the sun.
Frances Tuke, a spokesperson for Abta, said there have been reports suggesting that almost 90 per cent of people would rather give up something else before their holidays in Spain and other destinations.
British travellers have been warned to check that their passports are valid before taking holidays in Spain and other overseas destinations.
The warning comes after a recent poll by travelsupermarket.com found that one in ten Brits do not know if their passports are valid.
Peter Smith, head of flights at travelsupermarket.
The Andalucia region of Spain was recently named as Europe's best golf destination and with resorts such as La Manga Club, it's little wonder.
La Manga is home to three championship golf courses, as well as an impressive range of practice facilities and with the gloomy weather set to continue at home, it's the ideal place to work on your technique and soak up some sunshine.
Countless international tournaments have been held at the resort and it is widely regarded to be one of the best in Europe.
Those looking to develop their skills will find expert coaching on offer at La Manga's Golf Academy, with instructors combining state-of-the-art video analysis with traditional teaching methods.
Holidays in Spain are an ideal option for families looking to get away during the credit crunch, it has been claimed.
Independent travel expert Simon Calder said that despite recent currency fluctuations, holidays in Spain will continue to represent good value for money for British travellers.
Furthermore, there are some great deals to be had, with several airlines, such as easyJet, slashing fares on their flights to Spain.
"Spain is going to retain its position as our absolute favourite country because the pound has been down in relation to the euro; it doesn't mean we are going to turn our back to it," Mr Calder added.
British people are more productive at work if they have a holiday in Spain to look forward to, it has been claimed.
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), people are likely to work harder if they have something to motivate them.
Frances Tuke, a spokesperson for the organisation, said British people value their holidays over a lot of other things in their lives and are not likely to give them up, despite the economic downturn.
"We know that people work very hard and we have the highest number of working hours in Europe.
Budget airline Ryanair has enjoyed a record week of sales, with over 1.5 million seats snapped up between January 9th and 15th.
The airline also recorded its best-ever one-day sales, with 350,000 passengers bought flights to Spain and other destinations on Monday.
Earlier this week the airline announced plans to expand its presence at Edinburgh, Bristol and Alicante Airport, meaning that even more flights to Spain could be on the cards.