Diana, Princess of Wales, though to many a fairytale princess, led a tragic personal life, and claims vomiting after eating gave her a “release of tension”.
The former Spice Girls star and fashion icon admits to having suffered from anorexia in the 1990s, but the skinnier-than-ever star denies she is suffering from an eating disorder now.
The beautiful actress says she was not prepared for her womanly curves, and claims she was obsessed with working out and staying thin.
The scandal-ridden model admits to being thin, but says she was never anorexic, despite her shocking comment during an interview in 2009.
After admitting to once suffering from bulimia four years ago, the young actress, who is sporting a skinny frame once again, is now denying she is suffering from eating disorder.
The ‘Crash’ actress says her battle with the eating disorder spanned many years and different phases of her life: from training to become a ballerina in her teens to shameful, abusive relationships in her 20s.
The ‘Desperate Housewives’ star was once so thin, many were convinced she was anorexic. She, however, blatantly denied it, and put her skeletal frame down to good exercise and “not eating junk”. We’re confused.
A gossip website reports sources close to the investigation claim the long-awaited toxicology reports are due next week to finally shed some light onto how the young actress died.
The former Spice Girl, who, while known as Sporty Spice, says her perfectly toned body was the result of anorexia. She also claims the media is to blame for her weight gain once she left the group.
The Hollywood actress says three years of a severe eating disorder have not left her body unmarked, and is happy she has learned not to judge herself anymore.