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Bake Off's Matt Lucas shares heartbreaking health reason he had to lose weight

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Great British Bake Off host Matt Lucas has shared his heart-breaking health feats that led to him having to lose weight.Viewers of the Channel 4 baking show are concerned for the star after seeing how much weight he has shed in recent months - but there is a reason behind his drastic lifestyle overhaul.The former Little Britain comedian has gone from a size XXXL to a size medium - by changing two things in his life.READ NEXT: Bake Off judge Prue Leith left 28 people in 'critical care' after massive food errorMatt simply ate less and walked more, and was able to shed the pounds in order to turn his life and health around.The reasoning behind his lifestyle overhaul was because he was afraid that he would suffer the same fate as some of his family members.Both his dad and grandad sadly died young from heart attacks in their fifties, which is why the star, 48, wanted to ensure his health was in tip-top condition in order to sustain him through his life."My dad died when he was 52, very suddenly.

His dad died, I think at 56, so I was looking at the law of averages," he revealed."I was very big and I was getting bigger in the pandemic.

Sort of not being very active, not really going out, not seeing people, just eating a lot. I was so big I couldn’t really fit on screen any more."Speaking on the Mid Point podcast, he said: "I’ve still got a proper tummy, I’m not skinny by any means.

I’ve just lost some weight. I’ve gone from maybe a double XXL, sometimes triple XXXL, down to a medium."I do feel a bit better, I feel a bit relieved.

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