Life on Marbs’ Danni Levy wows in VERY sexy shoot, but reveals fear of becoming “sad, lonely granny”

She wowed with her fantastic figure and washboard abs when she hit our screens last year in the ITV2 reality show Life On Marbs .

And it doesn’t look like Danni Levy has been skipping the work outs since, keeping up all her hard work in the gym.

The 32-year-old was showing off the fruits of her labour, posing for a bevy of sexy shots, but despite looking fantastic she told Mirror Online her fears of never finding a fella.
“I spent my 20s with the wrong guy – meeting at 22, marrying at 26 and then divorcing aged just 28, and I’m scared of becoming a sad lonely old granny”.

And while she meets plenty of men, she says they seem to always be the wrong type:

“Young fitness models who see me as a MILF. And when I get propositioned by settled older guys, they turn out to be married or have a family.”
Speaking about her desire to have a family, she said: “I’d love to have kids, but don’t want to be an old mum, like a granny at the school-gates”.

The brunette reality star and fitness bloger, who makes regular appearances on This Morning as a health debate expert, clearly knows how to keep in shape, but Mirror Online was keen to know her secret.

“My top tip is to always do some fast cardio first thing in the morning, before breakfast, to optimise fat burning.

“It really helps keep weight at bay, and at this time of year particularly it helps stop the pounds from creeping on.”

She also curbs her sugar and processed food intake, and wherever she can swaps carbohydrate heavy food like potato for a low GI alternative like sweet potato or cauliflower rice.
And on her love of cosmetic surgery Danni was candid – she’s now had four boob jobs, and is keen to have a fifth, but despite searching far and wide she’s struggling to find someone willing to do what many would consider the unnecessary surgery.

She admits: “I think maybe I’ve focused too much on appearance, in order to compensate for things that are missing in my life – most of all – a good man.”

Silencing trolls who have targeted her saying all she’s after is ‘a big bank balance’, the bubbly star insists: “All I really wants is a normal nice guy – preferably one who doesn’t work in TV or media - to make me happy.

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