Home Body Transformation Natalie Joyce: Barnaby Joyce’s ex wife now a competitive body builder – NEWS.com.au

Natalie Joyce: Barnaby Joyce’s ex wife now a competitive body builder – NEWS.com.au

4 min read
0
26

Former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s marriage breakdown may have delivered him a new baby as well as a new relationship. But for his ex wife Natalie it’s delivered her a whole new body.

Ms Joyce has stepped out onto a stage in Newcastle and revealed her new hobby — competitive body building.

She has reportedly won two medals in her very first competition in the First Timers and Miss Fitness Model Momma categories at the I Compete Naturally (ICN) North Coast Classic bodybuilding competition in New Lambton on the weekend.

The 49-year-old has reportedly lost 15kg as part of her body transformation.

Her trainer Kylie Steele was stoked at her student’s success: “One very proud coach!! 2 x 4th placings, first Comp!!!” she said on Instagram.

“Congratulations Natalie Joyce you did me proud!”

The mum of four repaid the compliment to Ms Steele remarking: “There were doubters, but you never did. You believed in me, encouraged me (with) a gentle, strong guiding hand”.

“Thank you for being part of my amazing journey and to my friends who believed I could.”

Ms Joyce included the hash tag #strongwoman.

The Daily Telegraph reported Ms Joyce said her daughters: “thought I had gone mad when I told them I would be strutting my stuff wearing nothing more than a skimpy bikini, flexing my muscles for all to see”.

Ms Joyce broke up with her husband last year after it was revealed he was in a relationship with former staffer Vikki Campion.

The ex-deputy Prime Minister lost his job over the controversial relationship with his former media adviser.

They have since had a son Sebastian and in January they revealed they were to have a second some to be named Thomas. Ms Campion is expected to give birth in June.

Let’s block ads! (Why?)


Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Supplements for brain health show no benefit – a neurologist explains a new study – Medical Xpress

<div data-thumb="https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/…