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Ana Navarro had a visit from the police after she threw a 'raucous' house party in Miami last week - and now the View regular has admitted she has been doing 'way too much partying'.
Ana, 51, posted a gym selfie and joked that her legs felt like 'overcooked pasta' as she waved goodbye to her recent hedonistic spell and attempted to resume her health and fitness regime.
Dressed in a gray T-shirt and with her hair pulled back, the TV star captioned the image: 'I’d fallen waaaay off the wagon. Like the wagon ran over me and just kept going, kind of falling off.
'Way too much travel and partying. But I climbed back on today. Barely. My legs feel like overcooked pasta, right now. I’m gonna go lay down with my dog for a bit. That’s all. Oh and I guess I should have started with "good morning, peeps!"'
Ana Navarro shared a gym selfie on Wednesday morning as she admitted she had 'fallen off the wagon' with health and fitness
The 51-year-old told her Instagram followers that she has been doing 'way too much travel and partying' lately
Ana threw a 'raucous' party at her Miami home for singer Carlos Vives last week - and the cops were called
Encouragement was forthcoming from her 739,000 followers who were quick to tell her she was 'amazing' and that getting 'back on' is 'all that matters'.
One fan wrote: 'One of the reasons we love you so much… always keeping it real!'
Another told her she looks 'beautiful', adding 'you got this', while a third told her: 'Getting back on is all that matters!!'
A fourth person said: 'You look beautiful… The important part is not off the wagon, the important part is getting back on.'
Ana's Wednesday workout comes after she admitted to The View's executive producer Brian Teta that the police attempted to shut down her recent garden party.
The political strategist revealed that she threw an epic get together to celebrate Colombian singer Carlos Vives' 30 years in the music industry, with singer Gloria Estefan among the guests.
She told The View's Behind the Table podcast: 'I threw a dinner in [Carlos'] honor, and we had music, and it was in my backyard. What happens when you've got all these people who can sing? They all start singing, and we had loudspeakers. It was a full-fledged concert.'
The festivities hit a roadblock when the police arrived - but, keen to continue the party, Ana admitted to tempting an officer with a drink.
'I offered the cop a cocktail. He declined,' she said. 'And then I said to him, "Listen, I'm sorry.