GEMMA Collins continued to showcase her incredible three stone weight loss as she modelled her new InTheStyle Curve collection.
The 39-year-old looked slimmer than ever as she showed off a selection of garments from her upcoming line, which launches at 6pm today and is tailored to dress sizes 16-28.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Gemma donned a tropical green print romper, which accentuated her waist while she posed for the photo.
Offsetting the loungewear piece, the Towie star worked her platinum blonde locks into a voluminous curl and sported a glamorous beauty look.
In another post, a beaming Gemma donned a pink pyjama set which featured “not a morning person” across her chest.
Gemma recently revealed to The Sun Online, one of the main reasons she was losing weight is so she could become a mum by the time she turned 40.
The reality favourite has lost weight on the advice of doctors to help her get pregnant and she is already dreaming of life as a yummy mummy.
Gemma, who’s known as The GC, told The Sun: “I would love to have a child.
“It would be great for me and such a positive message for all the girls out there who don’t want to rush their life or their life has taken different a direction, like me who’s put their career first.
“I’m going to be up there with them all — Mariah Carey, Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Jennifer Aniston.
“Don’t write us off yet. We’re just beginning.”
Over the past year she has had regular consultations with her doctor about the prospect of getting pregnant, having suffered a number of miscarriages in her thirties.
Gemma has been reassured she can have children but losing weight will increase her chances of conceiving and having a healthier pregnancy.
Another complication in Gemma’s pregnancy journey is that she has Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which triggers irregular periods, excess male hormones and enlarged ovaries.
Gemma was 28 when she was diagnosed with the condition after becoming alarmed by sudden weight gain. She says: “I was always very slim. But I really started piling on the weight and I’ll never forget it.”
According to the NHS, one in five women in the UK has PCOS. It is said to be hereditary and in severe cases sufferers can be left with excessive hair growth and acne.