Oprah Winfrey showcased her slimmed down physique after undergoing a weight loss ‘reset’ last year.
The TV personality, 69, looked sensational in a belted co-ord that highlighted her svelte waist as she attended the Louis Vuitton Cruise Show at Isola Bella in Italy on Wednesday.
An embellished black belt cinched in an oversized white striped shirt that she paired with a pair of flowing trousers.
She added to the look with a small Louis Vuitton handbag and donned dazzling diamond earrings.
The talk show host finished off the look by styling her raven locks in a sleek half up style to frame her pretty features.
Glamorous: Oprah Winfrey showcased her slimmed down physique as she attended the Louis Vuitton Cruise Show at Isola Bella in Italy on Wednesday
Now and then: Oprah’s outing comes after she vowed to ‘reset’ her weight loss last year (pictured right in January 2022)
Oprah’s outing comes after she vowed to ‘reset’ her weight loss last year.
The self-confessed yo-yo dieter is an ambassador for WW (formerly Weight Watchers) and last year revealed she was on track for a healthier lifestyle as she kicked off 2020 by bidding farewell to the special bananas foster birthday cake she had made for her best friend Gayle King.
The media mogul took to Instagram to share a video of herself tossing the leftovers in the trash while opening up about her plans to get back on track with her eating after the holidays.
‘Time for a reset. I’m clearing out my fridge,’ she explained. ‘You know we had 12 people over the house over the holidays. All stayed safe from COVID, thank God. And I gotta say, we ate every day like food had just been invented.’
The WW spokesperson, who previously lost 40 pounds following the points-based plan, went on to promote the subscription-based program to her 20.4 million followers.
‘It brings you back to center. It helps me stay on track. It brings a level of awareness to what I’m eating, and that’s what helps me close out the holidays, get back in control of how I want to live,’ she shared, urging her fans to join her.
‘So let’s do our day one together. Not one day, not tomorrow, not next Monday, not next week. Let today be our day one, OK? Goodbye bananas foster cake,’ she added while tossing the cake in the trash. ‘And, oh yeah, don’t forget to hydrate.’
Oprah also appealed to her followers in her caption, writing: ‘If you’ve been waiting for the right day, the right time, or some kind of sign…this is it. Today is the day. Day One starts now! Join me at ww.com so we can hit reset together and start 2022 on the right track! Goodbye two-week old cake, hello hydration.’
Chic and cheerful: An embellished black belt cinched in an oversized white striped shirt that she paired with a pair of flowing trousers
All about the accessories: She added to the look with a small Louis Vuitton handbag and donned dazzling diamond earrings
Terrific trio: Oprah posed for snaps alongside Gayle King and Ava Duvernay at the show
Struggles: The media mogul has struggled with yo-yo dieting in the past, and her weight has fluctuated throughout the years. She is pictured in 1992 (left) and 1997 (right)
Her marketing contract with WW is up in 2023, but she has agreed to serve as an adviser for the company through May 2025.
The television producer helped revive the company back in 2015 when she bought 10 percent of its shares, though her stake is now down to just 2 percent, the New York Post reported.
Oprah opened up about her experience with Weight Watchers and her weight loss in the January 2016 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, which was dedicated to self-improvement.
‘I was fed up with my lose-and-gain again routine,’ she wrote. ‘I had enough of no-carb regimens. Some people can live without bread and pasta, but it just doesn’t make sense to me.’
On the system, foods and meals are broken down into points based on its protein, carbohydrates, fat, and fiber. Oprah revealed at the time that she was allotted 30 points a day, a number that was determined by her height, age, gender, and current weight.
While she lost five pounds during her first week on the program, she admitted that she had been resisting Weight Watchers since the 1970s because she ‘never had the time to go to their meetings’ and she ‘hated the idea of counting anything.’
The media mogul, whose heaviest weight was 237 pounds, noted that she has lost the same amount of weight many times throughout the years, but these five pounds were different because she was ‘ready’ and she no longer had to ‘obsess’ about what she could or couldn’t eat.