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A mum infamous for blagging a free nose job on the NHS by faking depression has caused more outrage – by slamming women who eat cake after going to the gym.
And Carla Bellucci said most mums who have made New Year’s resolutions to lose weight won’t succeed.
The outspoken 40-year-old told the Daily Star: “Working out on a treadmill and then going off to eat some cake defeats the purpose.
“I bloody hate the whole ‘new year new me’ crap. I don’t understand why people go to the gym in January but then don’t look good all year round?”
Carla earns money by parading her body on OnlyFans and last September she survived a traumatic childbirth.
But she said she’s already lost the baby weight – but not from breaking a sweat in a gym.
Carla said: “All it takes is 10 minutes a day working out from home and just to eat and drink moderately.
“They come in at me saying I’m a bad example to people who have children by flaunting my body by putting pressure on them. But I haven’t put pressure on myself – I'm just not greedy.”
Mum-of-four Carla, from Hitchin, Herts, went on to mock parents who arrive at the school gates with “all the gear but no idea”.
She said: “They get in their gym clothes at 8am on the school run and they are still in them when they pick the kids up.
“You can hear them gossiping and they say, ‘Yea I go to the gym six days a week’ and I’m just looking at them thinking, ‘Really, what do you do? Eat the gym’?”
Carla said a lot of the “mumzillas” go to the gym to be social – but are not committed to real progress.
However she did concede that being a part of a friends group who work out together may benefit mental health.
She said: “You see them going to their coffee parties after the gym. I get it from the mental health side but what makes me laugh is they go to these expensive gyms and then come home and drink two bottles of chardonnay.
“And you are just like, ‘You’re going to get fat because it’s not good for you’.”
Carla used to be a regular gym goer before lockdown encouraged her to work out from home.
And she offered the following advice to people with ambitions of slimming down this year.
She said: “It is just willpower. Would I sit and eat a box of chocolates? No but I will have one.
“You can’t be like ‘I’m going to the gym because it’s January’ but forget about February, March and November. You need to be consistent.
“Don’t get fat at Christmas and then try and get skinny.
“Why can’t they just moderate themselves?”
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