Michelle Heaton looked happy and healthy while enjoying a relaxing self-care day at her local branch of David Lloyd on Thursday.
The Liberty X singer, 42, beamed as she posed for the camera in a sports bra while looking fresh-faced, in a social media post which comes days after she shared a shocking picture taken in the depths of her alcohol addiction.
After sparking widespread concern among fans with the snap on Tuesday, the star, who is now 20 weeks sober from drink and drugs, she returned to Instagram to detail her day of health as she continues in her journey of cleanliness.
A vision: Michelle Heaton looked happy and healthy while enjoying a relaxing self-care day at her local branch of David Lloyd on Thursday
Michelle looked radiant in the new snap, as she posed for the camera in her graphic print sports bra and high-waisted leggings.
She went make-up free and was displaying the perks of her new sober lifestyle thanks to her radiant complexion and glowing look.
Earlier in the week, Michelle again took to the social networking site - this time to celebrate 20 weeks of sobriety and posted a snap from before she went into rehab in which she had puffy and bloodshot eyes.
She captioned the image: 'This picture is not to shock, it WAS my reality! 20 weeks ago this was me - Ruined - the second is me today - Saved
Shocking: The Liberty X singer, 42, beamed as she posed for the camera in a sports bra while looking fresh-faced, in a social media post which comes days after she shared a shocking picture taken in the depths of her alcohol addiction
'It’s National Sober Day And it encourages us to celebrate Sober life and bring awareness to addiction.
'It’s also National Recovery Month, and today supports removing the stigma associated with addiction. It opens the lines of communication that lead to better understanding. The day provides an opportunity to build educated support networks.
'Success is more likely when systems are paved with an aware, loving, and honest cheering section.
Staying strong: Michelle shared a heartfelt caption with her post, encouraging people suffering with addiction to seek help
Terrifying: Michelle admitted over the past three years she didn't go a day without alcohol, and even when she was told last September she would die it still didn't deter her (pictured September 2020)
'If we stumble, aren’t we more likely to get back up again when we have a solid support system?
'Encouragement of one day fuels more support and awareness, leading to long-term sobriety. That’s something worth celebrating! The opposite of addiction is a connection.
'Recognising this provides a model for future generations who will be my picture one! And then the second picture demonstrates how to enjoy life alcohol-free, the day will embolden future generations to say no to alcohol.
'Today I am stronger mentally