Daisy May Cooper showed off her dramatic weight loss on the way to Heart Radio on Monday – after being trolled about her slimmed down frame in the past.
The actress and comedian, 36, looked effortlessly stylish in a black button-up cardigan and form-fitting black leggings.
She carried several shopping bags and a Louis Vuitton handbag, while walking around in a pair of brown knee-high boots.
Her blonde tresses were styled in neat waves and she sported a light makeup palette to enhance her natural beauty.
Her weight loss comes after Daisy revealed she had previously been trolled for her weight loss, in October.
Incredible: Daisy May Cooper showed off her dramatic weight loss on the way to Heart Radio on Monday – after being trolled over her slimming down
Looking good: The 36-year-old actress and comedian looked effortlessly stylish in a black button-up cardigan and form-fitting black leggings (R – photo March 2020)
She followed the keto (low carb, high fat) diet to slim down post-lockdown, but confessed she has since been inundated with messages telling her she’s ‘no fun anymore’ since she got changed in appearance.
Discussing her looks, Daisy said: “I’m so into body positivity but when I was at my highest I was the most miserable and had a huge addiction to food. I was not in good health. I couldn’t breathe when I climbed the stairs. I was so unhappy.
“And I got messages like, ‘Well, now that you’ve lost weight, you’re not funny anymore.’ Why do women have to be fat to be funny? It makes me so angry. I defend anyone. I think everyone should be happy with their body.
Daisy also revealed that one of the reasons for her divorce was her different sense of humor than her husband.
She shot to fame with the BAFTA-winning BBC mockumentary This Country, which she created, wrote and starred with her brother Charlie Cooper.
Yet Daisy revealed, “I was with a man, wonderful as he was, who didn’t find this country funny. It wasn’t his sense of humor.
“It’s like, how can I be with a man who doesn’t find my comedy funny? It’s fucking crazy! And he deserves better than me because he has things he needs that I can’t give him.
Exes: The comedian, 36, split from Will Weston in July 2021 after two years of marriage and revealed one of the reasons for his divorce was their different sense of humor (pictured in 2018)
Daisy split from husband Will Weston in July 2021 after two years of marriage and shortly after the birth of their second child Jack in October 2020. The couple also share daughter Pip, four.
After her split from Will, Daisy dated Ryan Weymouth during a five-month whirlwind romance where she got his name tattooed on her ring finger.
They ended their relationship about two weeks after she got the tattoo – which she has since covered up – but said she didn’t care about the inking as she was making the mistakes she felt’ not being able to do” before.
Watch: Daisy rose to fame with the BAFTA-winning BBC mockumentary This Country, which she created, wrote and starred in with her brother Charlie Cooper
Daisy recently said she now enjoys dating but isn’t in a serious relationship as she admitted she doesn’t think she can live with a man again.
An insider told The Sun at the time of her divorce: “Daisy said she was growing increasingly tired of married life and struggling in her relationship with Will.
“They ended things permanently earlier this year. She took off her wedding ring and told her friends that their marriage was over.
“She also cut Will as director of her media business. It’s been a tough 17 months for everyone and Daisy and Will were no exception.
Daisy recently admitted she started considering divorce after reading a heartbreaking post on Mumsnet from a woman in her 60s who felt ‘trapped’ in her marriage.
She said that upon reading the message and then befriending Selin Hizli, an old adversary from drama school, she realized she had to leave her marriage.
Daisy said that when she became friends with Selin, they spoke candidly about what was going on in their lives, with Daisy explaining that she realized what ‘true love’ was because she felt ‘understood by her friend.
The couple can currently be seen together in their critically acclaimed BBC series Am I Being Unreasonable? which was partly inspired by the woes of Daisy’s marriage.
Fling: After her split from Will, Daisy dated Ryan Weymouth for a five-month whirlwind romance where she got his name tattooed on her ring finger