Ex-EastEnders star Danny Hatchard reveals incredible body transformation after hitting the gym and losing TWO stone

Ex-EastEnders star Danny Hatchard reveals incredible body transformation after hitting the gym and losing TWO stone

12/30/2021

DANNY Hatchard has shown off an incredible body transformation after hitting the gym and losing two stone.

The former EastEnders star took to Instagram to show off the results of his hard work, sharing before and after shots of him posing in just his underwear.


Actor Danny captioned the images: "Blood, sweat, tears and many weeks of hard work.

"But worth every second… 2 stone lighter, and feeling good.

"A massive thank you to the guardian Angel that is @leannemarshallfitness you’ve been a mentor and a real friend during this whole process. Here’s to the next step 💪🏻❤️."

Back In August Danny – who played Lee Carter in the BBC1 soap – set himself the task of overhauling his body.

He said at the time: "I've decided I'm taking 3 months away to work on myself.

"I've got 3 things in mind I want to achieve. I'll see you on 11th November with the results.

"Note the date. Watch this space."

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Although Danny just missed his target date there's no denying his hard work has definitely paid off.

Along with his impressive before and after shots, he added: "Not quite the 11th of November 🤪 Though I achieved what I set out to do…"

Danny, who also starred alongside Michelle Keegan in Our Girl, joined the cast of EastEnders in January 2014 and left in 2017.

He made a shock one-off return to the show during the New Year's Eve 2020 episode, when his character's father Mick – played by Danny Dyer – was struggling with his mental health.


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