Judi Love heartbreakingly shares she was told to 'lose a stone' to look 'nicer'

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Judi Love shared a heart wrenching story on Loose Women, about how someone she used to date made a nasty comment about her weight.

The 42-year-old joined Katie Piper, Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams on Thursday’s edition of the ITV chat show, where they had been discussing the topic of buying your partner a hair transplant.

Opening up the conversation to what exes had said about physical appearances, Judi began: ‘It’s a hard one isn’t it, because suppose there’s a way you think your partner looks better, remembering when he did have hair and you’re kind of trying to encourage him.

‘But me personally, I wouldn’t want my husband to try and suggest anything else.’

When Nadia asked if she ever had been asked anything else, Judi revealed: ‘I’ve dated someone before that was kind of like, “just lose that stone, you’ll be so much nicer.”‘

‘That’s so damaging,’ Katie replied.

Her co-panellists as well as the live audience gasped hearing the story, before they chuckled at Judi’s sassy response.

‘And you’re like, “Okay babe, you’re going to lose all 18 stones and never going to see me again!”‘

‘Say goodbye to the full 18!’ Nadia laughed.

Returning back to the original question, Katie opened up about the 13-hour hair transplant she underwent, after the acid attack she suffered at the hands of her ex-boyfriend and an accomplice in 2008.

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She was left with severe burns and blind in one eye after he threw sulphuric acid in her face, spending time in intensive care and almost losing her life at one point.

The TV star has since undergone multiple surgeries for her facial disfigurement over the years, some ongoing to this day, which she routinely talks about publicly.

Katie revealed: ‘I’ve had a hair transplant myself, all on the side of my head here my hair was burnt off and so were my eyebrows, so I’ve had both of them transplanted – and it’s quite an invasive procedure.’

She continued: ‘For me because I lost my hair in an act of violence, a hair transplant was really empowering for me to say, “I’m bringing it back on my terms”, so it was an amazing thing for me.’

Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30 on ITV.

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