Wow! Nadia Forde is looking OH-so slim on Instagram these days

Irish model Nadia Forde has always had a body to envy – and killer curves to boot – but it's clear she's dropped a few pounds of late.

The former I'm A Celebrity contestant took to Instagram this week to post some pictures highlighting just how slim her petite frame has become.

Hanging out at the British Consulate in Los Angeles last night, Nadia looked downright stunning in a pale yellow dress which showed off her lean figure to perfection:

Earlier in the week she also shared a lingerie snap showcasing her washboard abs.

Though she's always been quite slim, it's fair to say Nadia looks quite different these days than she did just twelve months ago in the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

The "naturally curvy" model says her Italian heritage means she has to work hard to stay slim. When in the gym she uses a mix of weight training and boxing to burn fat and build lean muscle.

"I’m not someone who loves the gym or who gets a huge kick out of working out. I do it because I have to," she told the Irish Examiner back in April.

"As hard as it is, it’s worth it."

As for her diet, Nadia says she cuts out certain foods and does her best to eat clean.

"I’m trying to be as dairy-free as possible at the moment. In the morning, I have eggs or a smoothie or maybe porridge.

"Lunch is a smoothie or a salad. Dinner is fish."

What she's doing, it seems to be working. 

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