Loose Women panellist Lisa Riley has wowed fans with her latest body transformation but this time it’s her hair that’s got everyone talking.

The 41-year-old brunette, has taken the plunge and decided to go blonde with a mix of copper and chesnut and fans love it.

She uploaded a snap of her new look to her social media, which she captioned, “All done… All finished!! I love, love, love all my new colours, blondes, coppers, chesnuts!! Gone warmer and warmer!! Thanks Alex… he knows he is a LEGEND. Without ANY makeup on as well!!!”

The Loose Women panellist’s new look comes as she launches her new spring clothing collection – Just Be You – in connection with Ideal World TV. She told fans on social media, “So proud of my new collection !!” she added, “the response to my new Spring Clothing Collection has been INCREDIBLE,” before giving fans an exclusive discount code.

All done…All finished!!! I love love love all my new colours blondes…coppers…chestnuts!!gone warmer and warmer!!! Thanks Alex…he knows he is a LEGEND 💛💛💛 without ANY makeup on as well!!! #makeupfree #newhair #blonde #changehair #salon #love

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The Loose Women panellist has revealed the secrets behind her incredible 12st weight loss in her new book. Lisa left the nation stunned when she unveiled her astonishing 12st weight loss – dropping from a size 28 to a size 12.

Although the Loose Women panellist has always been open about her transformation, her new book ‘Lisa Riley’s Honesty Diet’ delves deeper into her journey.

On her latest transformation, one fan wrote, “You are an inspiration, amazing what you have achieved, you look great x,” another wrote, “Oh wow that’s gorgeous! And you look amazing without make up on! X” and a third wrote, ‘Loving the warm colours.”

Full of recipes, fitness tips and Lisa’s ‘honesty diary’, she tells us how she lost the weight and, more importantly, how she’s kept it off.

Lisa admits that the turning point in her ditching the pounds for good was when her father was suffering ill health. She said, “Losing my mum, then seeing Dad wired up and nearly losing him was a shock. I don’t want to be a statistic. I want my health to carry on, to live my life to the fullest.” And that’s exactly what she’s doing, inspiring anyone looking to lose weight and get healthy with her new book.