Camille shares secret on how she slimmed down

June 23, 2021 Mario Bautista 262 views

CAMILLE Prats turned 36 last June 20 and she is now sporting a much slimmer figure. It’s perfect for her comeback taping of fresh new episodes for GMA’s morning talk show, “Mars Pa More”.

You won’t think she’s now a mother of three children. She has a daughter and a son, Nala and Nolan, with her husband VJ Yambao. She has an older son, Nathaniel, now 13, her child with her late first husband, Anthony Linsangan, who passed due to the big C in 2011. She remarried in 2017.

Camille says she has lost 20 lbs. due to a strict diet and workout routine which she now shares with her fans through her social media accounts.

“Doon po sa mga nagtatanong kung paano ako pumayat, heto po ang ginagawa ko,” says Camille who now sports shorter hair that makes her look much younger. “Just watch our physical fitness journey vlog. Let’s all advocate body positivity for good health!”

Camille and co-host Iya Villania will now be seen in their new outdoor set up which has a close to nature feel. They’re now both fully vaccinated and, as health and wellness advocates, they are encouraging the public to all get vaccinated soon.

“Getting vaccinated means protecting ourselves, our families, our communities and soon… our entire country!” says Camille. “Please register now at your LGU or barangay and get yourself vaccinated, so we can all move forward as a country! Kapit lang mga kababayan! Kayang kaya natin ito, Pilipinas!”

Camille says she and co-host Iya are so happy to do new live episodes for “Mars Pa More” after their almost one year work-from-home setup.

“We’ve prepared shows that have a star-studded lineup so don’t miss each new episode!” she adds. “Among our guests are Alden Richards, Sanya Lopez, LJ Reyes, Gabby Eigenmann, Rodjun Cruz, Kokoy de Santos and Elijah Canlas of ‘Gameboys’, Maureen Larrazabal, and TikTok star, Aling Nena. Plus some kapamilya stars like Jericho Rosales and Judy Ann Santos with husband Ryan Agoncillo. O bongga, di ba? So huwag nyong kaligtaang subaybayan ang ‘Mars Pa More’ on GMA-7 every morning.”