Linda Lusardi reveals her participation in The Full Monty On Ice ‘changed the shape of her butt’

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Linda Lusardi admitted to having beaten COVID-19 and working to stay in shape afterwards gave her new life.

The former Page 3 model, 62, battled the coronavirus last year, spending 10 days in hospital ‘on the brink of death’.

She took on the challenge of skating in The Real Full Monty On Ice before Christmas, which saw her join other stars to strip down on the ice to raise cancer awareness.

Linda Lusardi admitted beating COVID-19 and working to stay in shape afterwards gave her new life

Speaking to Best magazine, Linda said: ‘[Skating] totally changed the shape of my butt. And it made me feel like I was back in the workforce with a healthier mindset – like I had some value.

“I’ve said it before, but – 60 is the new 40. You’re never too old to be the best you can be and I know I feel happier when I’m thinner.

I just think you never give up on yourself. Staying fit and healthy is important because you are living longer – and if that gives you a great figure as well, that’s a bonus. Move a little more, eat a little less and you will start to tone up.

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“Then once you see the effect, you’ll want to do more. One propels the other. Start walking, take a Pilates class. I have a treadmill at home and I do what I feel I can, maybe 15 minutes every other day.

She took on the challenge of skating in The Real Full Monty On Ice before Christmas, which saw her join other stars to strip down on the ice to raise cancer awareness.

She took on the challenge of skating in The Real Full Monty On Ice before Christmas, which saw her join other stars to strip down on the ice to raise cancer awareness.

She said she was ‘happy to see 2021’ while celebrating New Year’s Eve with her family following her terrible battle with coronaviruses.

Linda and her husband Sam Kane, 51, both contracted the virus in March.

Marking the end of a difficult 12 months, Linda took to Instagram on New Years Eve to share a sweet family with their two children Lucy, 24, and Jack, 21.

'Glad I'm here for 2021': Linda shared her happiness at being able to celebrate New Years Eve with her family after battling coronavirus over the summer

‘Glad I’m here for 2021’: Linda shared her happiness at being able to celebrate New Years Eve with her family after battling coronavirus over the summer

Linda looked radiant in the group photo as she wore a black dress with a shimmering silver detail on one side of her ample neckline.

The beauty wore her long brown hair, letting it fall over her shoulders, as she wrapped an arm around her husband and daughter.

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She wrote: ‘So happy to see the New Year with my family. Happy to be here to see love 2021 @ toffee1968 @lucy_kane @jackkane ‘

Clearly excited to be partying, Linda took to Instagram to explain her plans for the night, saying: ‘We’re having a little mini party, just at four, in our living room and can’t wait to see the back. of 2020. ”

In the meantime: Linda said the whole family 'can't wait to see the RETURN of 2020' as she took to Instagram

In the meantime: Linda said the whole family ‘can’t wait to see the RETURN of 2020’ as she took to Instagram

Linda was hospitalized for 10 days and required oxygen and was attached to a drip during her terrible ordeal with the coronavirus in 2020.

The Dancing on Ice star suffered from severe chest pains, fever and vomiting and sometimes hoped she wouldn’t wake up.

After her ordeal, Linda revealed how she is dealing with the impact of having had coronavirus and said her hair has started to fall out.

The star also revealed that her husband Sam, 51, who was hospitalized along with her with the virus, suffered from heart palpitations.

The old girl has miraculously recovered despite being “at the door of death”, but she still has not fully returned to normal.

She told The Sun in August: ‘Sam has had quite severe heart palpitations and is currently under the orders of a cardiologist. They don’t see anything specifically wrong.

“I had hair loss which was a bit painful. I still don’t have the energy I had before even though I can. Every week it’s a little better.

Linda’s children, Lucy, 24, and Jack, 21, also struggled with the double fear of family.

She said: ‘The resulting mental trauma touched us all even though it was I who was sick. My kids had to contend with the fact that they might lose both of us and me, and the mental effect that had on us was truly traumatic.

Battle: Linda also revealed how she is dealing with the impact of having had coronavirus and said her hair has started to fall out (pictured at the hospital earlier this year)

Battle: Linda also revealed how she is dealing with the impact of having had coronavirus and said her hair has started to fall out (pictured at the hospital earlier this year)

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