The young woman features in YES, a new video by Weight Watchers (Photo: WeightWatchers) Read More Scarlett Moffatt hits back at weight critics: "I'm meant to be this size" The film, which documents the moment Anabel and the three others achieved their target weight aims to inspire weight loss. Anabel, from Brough, Yorkshire, said she was "mortified" when she found out that she weighed more than 16 stone. When she got engaged at 22, she realised that things had to change if she wanted to walk down the aisle in her dream wedding dress. "In February 2009, I got engaged to my now husband Andy, and there was no way I was going to be a size 22 bride in my dress," she said. The young woman decided to join Weight Watchers with the goal of losing 100lbs before her wedding day. It wasn't going to be easy. Relearning how to home-cook meals was only one step in Anabel's journey to healthy eating. Anabel's grandma broke down in tears when she saw at a size 14 (Photo: Weightwatchers) Read More "My wedding was a real motivation, but as the pounds fell off I learned more than how to cook meals from scratch - I realised I needed to put myself first and and look after my emotional health too," she said. Still, Anabel's weight-loss plan didn't always go according to plan.
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