Loni Love is praised by fans for her slimmer figure as she shared a picture of herself in a black t-shirt that showed off her curves.
Loni Love decided to share some positivity amid the COVID-19 pandemic by announcing an initiative that provides women with affordable fashion, employment, and college scholarships despite these uncertain times. Just like many other retail stores, the brand has switched to e-commerce in order to continue being of service to others.
LONI LOVE'S SLIMMER FIGURE
Aside from the promotion of the brand, fans noticed that Loni was looking a lot slimmer than usual. On the post's Instagram section, fans couldn't help but let the TV host know that she was looking good and that they are happy that she is in a much healthier shape.
When Loni first got into a relationship with boyfriend James Welsh, she revealed that they both gained "happy weight."
A HAPPY AMBASSADOR OF WEIGHT WATCHERS
She is also an ambassador of a fitness program called Weight Watchers, an initiative that she is extremely grateful for, as it's taught her how to eat properly.
“You can eat and not starve and you can still lose weight. That’s the reason we’re doing this.”
ADAPTING A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE
When Loni first got into a relationship with boyfriend James Welsh, she revealed that they both gained "happy weight" as a result of their dates and escapades together. Now that they're in a stable and long-lasting relationship, it seems they've now made it a point to get into healthier shape.
Like many others, Loni is currently working from home. She continues to film "The Real" with her co-hosts from the comforts of their homes, complying with stay-at-home measures put in place by many states.
WORKING FROM HOME AMID COVID-19
The same way she brightens up the show's set, Love made sure to continue bringing smiles on people's faces from her home with her sense of humor. Used to having people do her hair and makeup while on set, she revealed how it's been like having to do her own makeup for two weeks.
Loni and the rest of the women on "The Real" are facing the same dilemma, yet they continue to provide viewers with a good time as they air their show from home.