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James May: Top Gear star explains partner has put him on a slimming diet 'Pain in the a**'

James May, 57, opened up on his lifestyle overhaul as he sat down for a chat with Rachael Hogg on her FoodTribe YouTube Channel. The former Top Gear presenter credited his “other half” Sarah Frater for helping him advise healthy food and drink alternatives.

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It’s a diet

James May

He explained: “Sarah my other half has put me on a sort of, I don’t know what it’s called, it’s a diet, it’s a slimming diet.

“It’s a be good to your bowels, be good to your stomach, bowels as in the medieval sense of everything that’s inside you.”

James detailed how to help keep weight off he drinks his tea “black” though he usually prefers it made with leaves.

“So I drink it black, but usually my cup of tea would be made in a pot because it tastes better in a pot. 

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James May, 57, opened up on his lifestyle overhaul as he sat down for a chat with Rachael Hogg (Image: WENN/YouTube)

The former Top Gear presenter credited his “other half” Sarah Frater for helping him advise healthy food and drink alternatives (Image: GETTY)

“Made with loose leaves because its a pain in the a** but it does taste better. “

James and his art critic partner Sarah Frater have dated since 2000 and mostly keep their relationship private.

Last year, James’s close friend and colleague Jeremy Clarkson revealed he lost weight after a trip to Indochina.

He told Jonathan Ross: “I went on a gap year to Indochina. They just have a better diet out there.”

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James detailed how to help keep weight off he drinks his tea “black” though he usually prefers it made in a pot (Image: GETTY)

Last year, James’s close friend and colleague Jeremy Clarkson revealed he lost weight after a trip to Indochina (Image: GETTY)

“Plus I had a bicycle rather than a car.

“Cycling is not a good thing to do, I’m all broken as a result of it but I did lose a lot of weight..”

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James worked on Top Gear with Jeremy for many years alongside their fellow host Richard Hammond.

The trio quit the BBC programme back in 2015 and went to work on The Grand Tour for Amazon.

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Recently James explained how the coronavirus pandemic has complicated the future of the motoring show.

New restrictions will limit how many countries the stars are able to enter and travel around.

“The effects of lockdown on making TV shows is that we have to retract our ambitions for travel. 

“It’s not just, ‘Can we get on an aeroplane and go somewhere?’ but, ‘Are we going to be able to do anything when we get there?’,” he told The Sun.

“We need to talk to people and it’s an enormous crew with all our kit plus 10 or 15 vans. It’s very difficult and we don’t want to compromise it. 

“It limits the places we can go. I think Amazon would say the same thing,” James added.

Instead, the TV host said he would rather “wait” rather than push ahead filming a new series.

“We would rather wait a bit longer rather than rushing it for the sake of it and coming out with something half-a**ed.” 

Source Daily Express :: Celebrity News Feed

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