Gregg Wallace, 55, shares snap of his ripped upper body and reveals he's 'happy' with results of three stone weight loss

Gregg Wallace couldn't resist sharing a picture of his incredible body transformation on Tuesday.

The MasterChef judge uploaded a snap of his gym-honed physique alongside the caption 'Happy With This', encouraging his followers to sign up with his personal trainer Danny Rai.

The 55-year-old star's bulging arm muscles and perfectly defined upper back were the motivation most of his fans needed.

Ripped:  Gregg Wallace, 55, couldn't resist sharing a picture of his incredible body transformation on Tuesday after shedding over three stone with the help of a personal trainer

Ripped:  Gregg Wallace, 55, couldn't resist sharing a picture of his incredible body transformation on Tuesday after shedding over three stone with the help of a personal trainer

Gregg vowed to overhaul his health and fitness regime in 2017 and has stayed true to his word, keeping a public record of his body's change.

The TV personality's followers were quick to comment with messages of support, saying, 'Looking buff Gregg!' and 'Blimey dude! Looking fit as a fiddle!'.

Others thanked him for inspiring them to sort out their health, with one fan saying, 'Mate you are two years older than me. You have definitely inspired me to get off my more than substantial a**e and do something.'

Last month, Gregg revealed he was down to 12 stone and 13 pounds and has a body fat percentage of just 18 percent.

Transformation: Gregg vowed to overhaul his health and fitness regime in 2017 and has stayed true to his word, keeping a record of his body's changes (pictured in 2009)

Transformation: Gregg vowed to overhaul his health and fitness regime in 2017 and has stayed true to his word, keeping a record of his body's changes (pictured in 2009)

Inspired: The 55-year-old star's bulging arm muscles and perfectly defined upper back were the motivation most of his fans needed

Inspired: The 55-year-old star's bulging arm muscles and perfectly defined upper back were the motivation most of his fans needed

At a height of 5ft 8, Gregg's BMI score labels him as overweight, however his body fat percentage comfortably rests him in the healthy percentile for a man between 41 and 60 years of age, which is between 11 and 22 percent.

The star also seems determined to keep losing weight and toning up, with his personal trainer revealing the star hasn't even allowed himself to rest on holiday, continuing to work out.  

As well his fitness regime, Gregg has also changed his diet, revealing that he has been cutting back on fat and choosing lean meats.  

Making a change: As well his fitness regime, Gregg has also changed his diet, revealing that he has been cutting back on fat and choosing lean meats

Making a change: As well his fitness regime, Gregg has also changed his diet, revealing that he has been cutting back on fat and choosing lean meats

Gregg, who used to weigh over 16 stone, was previously a Weight Watchers ambassador, and in 2017 he announced he had given up alcohol and fry ups.  

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he revealed: 'Let's just say there are certain things you have to cut out. I reduced the booze, I've had to give up fry ups and I exercise more.'  

The star also no doubt keep active by looking after his son Sid, four months, with wife Anne-Marie, 32. 

The pair had been trying to conceive for a long while, with Anne-Marie finally falling pregnant last summer shortly before the couple were due to start treatment to help them with the process.

It is Gregg's third child; he shares Tom, 25, and Libby, 23, with his ex-wife Denise.

Proud new parents: The star also no doubt keep active by looking after his son Sid, four months, with wife Anne-Marie, 32

Proud new parents: The star also no doubt keep active by looking after his son Sid, four months, with wife Anne-Marie, 32

Gregg Wallace shares photo of his ripped body after weight loss

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