Alison Hammond selling old clothes from £13 as she continues with incredible weight loss
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Alison Hammond who is known for her colourful, designer style is selling her old clothes in memory of her mum as she continues with her weight loss journey.
This Morning host, Alison, 48 previously opened up about her weight struggles and admitted she felt "so embarrassed" when she weighed more than 20 stone.
In 2019 she joined Weight Watchers to focus on her health and is now selling a bunch of old garments from just £13, as they no longer fit amid continued weight loss.
The clothes will also raise money for the British Liver Trust in memory of her beloved mum, Maria who sadly passed away in January 2020 from liver and lung cancer.
The TV star's items which consist of everything from jumpers, dresses and bright pink flared trousers are listed on the resale website Reliked with sizes ranging up to 30.
On the page, it read: "Alison is donating 100% of her proceeds from the sales of her pre-loved wardrobe to the British Liver Trust in memory of her Mother who died from Liver Cancer".
Alison recently admitted that she is trolled on a daily basis about her size but is on our own journey as she likes taking up "a little bit of extra space in the world".
While talking to Lorraine Kelly and her daughter Rosie Smith on the What If? podcast, the TV star said it is about prioritising her health and well-being to live her life to the "fullest".
She said: "My WW journey is focused on getting healthier for myself. I feel rubbish when I don't eat properly or exercise and WW helps me with what I eat and do.
"I know I'll also lose weight by following the WW programme, but that's not the be-all and end-all for me.
"I want my journey to empower others to think about making changes to their lifestyle to become the best version of themselves."
Adding: "It's been 17 years since I began working in TV, and I'm busier than ever, especially juggling my duties as a mum.
"WW is the only programme that works for me, with the Online WW Coach there for support whenever you need it, 24 hours a day."
While presenting This Morning live alongside Dermot O'Leary in January, Alison got emotional as she realised it was the anniversary of her mother's death who died on January 13.
During a segment of the show talking about superstitions with The Speakmans, Alison spoke about her mum who was from Guyana and said: "I've just realised it's the 13th of January.
"This is the date my mum passed away… in bed 13. And we buried her on February 13. And it was a lovely funeral. It's literally just come to me."
She was quickly supported by co-host Dermot who asked if she was ok, to which she replied: "yeah".
Just six months after her mother's death, Alison sadly lost her father Clifford, who lived in Jamaica.
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