Gemma Collins was spotted scoffing down a packet of crisps for a cash promo after she announced going vegan for the year.
The 38-year-old reality star, who recently declared she’s giving up meat for the year, was featured in Well & Truly’s campaign promoting healthier crisps.
She was driving around on a pink mobility scooter in a London park for the promo while holding a horn in her hand.
The GC donned a huge smile as she drove through the park and munched on the healthier snack alternative.
Gemma was also pictured laying across a sofa in the promo on top of others who were featured in the background.
Taking to Instagram in recent weeks, The GC showed off her cooking skills as she told her fans and followers of her new approach to dining.
And joined by a male friend, she set to work chopping, steaming, boiling and frying up a huge meal to celebrate her new regime.
“So this is second of Jan, or third of Jan – I’ve lost all track of days,” she laughed as she admitted the festive season had left her out of touch with the diary.
“We have gone fully vegetarian – well, Russel’s a vegan,” she said as she filmed herself and her friend getting to work in the kitchen.
“Tofu we’ve got. I’m joining in. We’ve got Tofu… I’m doing this. This is the year of not eating meat. I don’t feel good [when eating meat],” she continued.
“We are on a massive health kick in this house. We are going to have a slice of garlic bread, I’m not going to lie,” she went on – revealing her meal would not be completely devoid of a fatty side dish.
“We have brown fussily pasta. How about some Brussels in it? We’ve got a lot of Brussels left over from Christmas, we we’ll put some of that in,” she declared.
Gemma’s healthy meal came to just under 1000 calories – which is half the daily recommended amount for women.
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