The 27-year-old former Ex on the Beach star showcased her weight loss with a series of before and after snaps on Instagram and her fans were impressed with the efforts she had made.
The reality star posed so that it highlighted the way her body has changed over the past eight weeks.
Captioning the pics, Charlotte wrote: “I know it’s not HUGE and the difference in the before and after isn’t massive but I’m really proud of myself and what I’ve been able to achieve so far.”
Her weight loss efforts are even more impressive considering the heartache that she has felt after a recent family tragedy.
Charlotte, who is the daughter of late comedy legend Les Dawson, had shared last month the tragic news that her brother-in-law Glen had taken his own life.
She referenced the family’s loss as she continued to speak out about losing weight during these sad times.
Charlotte continued: “Especially given the circumstances and what I’ve been through recently..
“I’ve still tried to keep on my plan as much as I can, & I feel fantastic and really couldn’t wish for more..
“Like I told you all I wasn’t doing this to loose loads of timber & get really skinny.. it was to get healthy, eat better & feel good and that is exactly what has happened.”
Just a few weeks ago, Charlotte shared how devastated her big sister Samantha and her six children were after the death of Glen.
The reality star posted at the time: “I can’t even believe I’m writing this… I feel sick.
“My beautiful sister @sammysuns & our family had the most devastating thing happen to us on Saturday morning.
“A family man, the best husband, father & brother in law we could of asked for sadly passed away unexpectedly taking his own life leaving all of us heartbroken especially my sister, his brave daughter @jesssouthernx and my baby niece & nephew who were his complete world, which breaks my heart.”
Charlotte continued to say that she would be doing all she can to hep her sis: “I promise to look after them forever my cherubs. We all don’t understand and will never know why.”
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