Daisy May Cooper showed off her slimmed-down figure as she enjoyed a fun day out at Thomas Land after her incredible weight loss transformation.
The comedian, 36, wore a fun Mortal Kombat T-shirt with a black a tight black leggings for the park’s 15th anniversary celebrations at Drayton Manor Resort.
She was joined by her children two-year-old Jack and Pip, four, who she shares with ex-husband Will Weston.
Daisy competed her casual look with some knee-high brown leather boots and tied a black sweater around her waist.
The actress pulled her long blonde hair back into a low ponytail and appeared to be having the time of her life on the resort’s rides.
Stunning: Daisy May Cooper, 36, showed off her slimmed-down figure as she enjoyed a fun day out at Thomas Land after her incredible weight loss transformation
Fun-filled: The comedian wore a fun Mortal Kombat T-shirt with a black a tight black leggings at the park’s 15th anniversary celebrations
She later posed for a series of fun snaps with the park’s staff and rode on a small train ride with her kids.
Daisy and Will ended their marriage in July 2021, soon after their second child Jack was born in October 2020, she admitted that ‘there wasn’t real love there’.
Last year, the star of This Country went on a keto diet to slim down after lockdown, which involves eating foods which are low carb and high fat.
Back in October, Daisy revealed she had been trolled over her weight loss before as she spoke in an interview at the time.
She went on the keto (low carb, high fat) diet to slim down but confessed she has since been flooded with messages telling her that she’s ‘no longer funny’ since changing her appearance.
In a candid chat with Grazia magazine, Daisy said: ‘I’m so for body positivity but when I was at my biggest I was at my most miserable and I had a massive food addiction. I wasn’t healthy. I couldn’t breathe when I was walking up the stairs. I was so unhappy.
‘And I’ve had some messages like, “Well, now you’ve lost the weight you’re not funny any more.” What the f”k? Why do women have to be f**king fat to be funny? That makes me so angry. I champion anybody. I think everybody should be happy with their body. But I wasn’t.’
The family day out comes after Daisy revealed she feels ‘addicted’ to making money because she worries that her career could end without warning.
Transformation: Last year, the star went on a keto diet to slim down after lockdown, which involves eating foods which are low carb and high fat (pictured left in March 2020)
Cute: She was joined by her children two-year-old Jack and Pip, four, who she shares with ex-husband Will Weston
The Am I Being Unreasonable? actress grew up in poverty and recalls stealing food with her brother Charlie so that her family were able to eat.
Reflecting her past lifestyle, Daisy said: ‘Everything that happened to me definitely made me grow as a person. I would never want to go back to that.’
Discussing how it affects her now, she continued: ‘Every day I’m so grateful, but I have this anxiety that everything’s going to end tomorrow. If you’ve come from that background, earning money becomes an addiction.
The star went on to detail how she would take any job that came to her as long as it fed her and her family because she ‘doesn’t take herself seriously’.
She told the Radio Times: ‘Honestly, I couldn’t care less what it is. Even if it’s like some really bad reality love show, if it’s going to put food on the table, then I’m there. Some people take themselves really seriously and say, ‘I’ll never do that,’ but I just don’t think you can be sniffy about stuff.’
Exciting: The actress pulled her long blonde hair back into a low ponytail and appeared to be having the time of her life on the resort’s rides
Doting mother: She rode on a small train ride with her kids
Scared: The comedian made the most of her trip
In character: She later posed for a series of fun snaps with the park’s staff
Pose: Daisy competed her casual look with some knee-high brown leather boots and tied a black sweater around her waist
Daisy’s hit series This Country was part inspired by her own upbringing and she is once again drawing on her roots for her role in new BBC dark comedy Rain Dogs.
The series is written by the British-Irish author Cash Carraway and is based on her experiences as a single mum fighting her way out of poverty.
Daisy plays single mother Costello, seen just minutes into the first episode being booted out of her flat by bailiffs and desperately trying to find somewhere for her and her ten-year-old daughter, Iris, to live.
Talking about her new part, Daisy said: ‘I can see so much of Costello in me. I recognise that feeling when every day is a challenge, when you don’t have money and you’re just trying to get to the end of the day.’
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