She’s focused on toning her body in recent weeks while embroiled in a leaked voice notes scandal.
And on Saturday, Fernie McCann, 32, shared before-and-after photos of the underwear on Instagram following her 21-day ‘Glow Up’ challenge.
Standing dressed in black knickers and a white tank top to show off her stomach, Fernie looked relaxed in the first image, while the second showed her tightening her stomach.
‘Shine!’ On Saturday, Fernie McCann, 32, shared before-and-after photos of the underwear on Instagram following her 21-day ‘Glow Up’ challenge.
In a longer caption accompanying the side-by-side photos, Fern wrote: ‘Focus on what you can control. Results from Day 21 of our Glow Up Challenge.
‘Over the past 21 days, I’ve completely thrown myself into our challenge like never before. I needed to have a positive focus and prioritize moving my body, being active, and eating clean.
‘The pictures show my progress so far but more than that, I cannot express what this has done for my mental state. There are no quick fixes to anything in life and often doing exactly what you need when you’re feeling down can be overwhelming.
“But I promise you and I honestly believe that these healthy habits have been lifesavers for me,” before explaining that she cut the c**p from her diet and increased her water intake.
Healthy habits: In a long caption accompanying the side-by-side photos, Fern wrote: ‘Focus on what you can control’
Last week’s acid attack victim Sophie Hall, 27, criticized Fern for making an ‘insincere’ apology after calling her ‘ugly’ in recently leaked voice notes.
Fearne admitted she was the voice in the shocking audio files, but claimed she recorded them because she feared ‘serious harm and significant threats’.
Sophie has since demanded that Ferne apologize to her on camera, while alleging she was not able to read the statement because Ferne blocked her on Instagram.
She told The Sun: ‘I find his words very insolent. Ferne is just trying to salvage her career. I don’t think he’s sorry at all.
BLAST: Last week, acid attack victim Sophie Hall criticized Fern for her recent ‘insincere’ apology after calling her ‘ugly’ in leaked voice notes
‘If she had meant it she would have found my account and spoken to me in person. I want Fern to go on camera with me and apologize to my face.
‘She can really show how deeply she is sorry and that she has nowhere to hide if it is filmed. I will respect that. We all say things we regret but you have to be accountable. If Ferne really apologises, she will.
In his online statement, Ferne wrote: ‘I know that people will have many questions about the voice messages that have been put in the public domain and allegedly sent by me.
‘I feel I have no choice but to address these (to the extent that I can because I have restrictions which I explain below).
‘She’s just trying to save her career’: acid attack victim Sophie Hall (pictured in 2017) – on camera demanding apology from star
‘Most importantly I want to apologize to all the victims of Arthur Collins’ despicable actions in 2017 for reliving the pain they suffered that night and its aftermath as this matter is again in the public domain.
‘In particular I want to apologize to Sophie Hall. I don’t consider her ugly or stupid. She has been brave beyond belief.
The crimes of ‘Arthur Collins’ created real victims so I’m not trying to portray myself as one. I cannot say much as there are important and pressing legal proceedings which prevent me from setting the record straight at this stage.
‘What I can say is that the voice messages that are being released have been manipulated; Edited and taken completely out of context.
Ferne wrote in his online statement: ‘I know people will have many questions about the voice messages allegedly sent by me and put in the public domain’
‘Nevertheless, I may have said things that are untrue and I do not believe – but I did so to protect my family and myself from serious harm and in the face of significant danger.’
The audio clips aren’t the first to circulate the internet, with the reality star previously accused of slamming and body-shaming friend Sam Fair.
In a statement shared with MailOnline, Fearne described the scandal as a ‘harassment’ campaign against her, as well as offering her sympathies to those hurt by the comments.
The mother of four was forced to speak out after an anonymous Instagram account leaked voice notes allegedly sent by Ferne, in which a female voice called one of Arthur’s victims a ‘silly b****’ Is.
It has been claimed that he was referring to Sophie Hall, who reached the final of Miss England 15 months after the ill-fated attack exposed her scar.
The account responsible for sharing the audio reportedly stated earlier from Ferne that more voice notes would be sent over the next 24 hours.
Speaking out: In a statement shared with MailOnline, Fearne called the scandal a ‘harassment’ campaign against her, as well as offering her sympathies to those hurt by the comments
Breaking their silence on the scandal, a statement issued by Ferne’s representatives said: ‘These voice messages are part of a wider harassment campaign designed to intimidate and discredit Ferne.
‘They are subject to an ongoing investigation being carried out by Essex Police and as such, Fern is unable to comment other than to say that she offers her deepest sympathies for the distress and hurt caused by this situation to Ms Hall. ‘
A source close to the former I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The star has previously told MailOnline that the messages have been ‘pieced together’ from separate recordings to ‘destroy him’.
Sophie, who suffered severe burns after Fern’s then-boyfriend Arthur threw acid at her in a London club in 2017, has urged ITV to ‘take action’ and hold him accountable.
Sophie, who Fern reportedly referred to as ‘a stupid b***h’, told The Sun she had spent five years trying to rebuild her confidence and is ‘now in minutes’ All my hard work has been shattered by these malicious voice notes.’
The acid attack victim slammed the First Time Mum star for being ‘brutal and vicious’ and questioned why she should still be given a ‘platform to tear others down’.
In the midst of the scandal, filming for Fern’s reality series has been halted.
Collins is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence after throwing acid and injuring 14 people at an east London nightclub in April 2017.
The Instagram account was already suspended after Fearne reported it to police after the reality star allegedly released posts in which she called her former TOWIE pal Sam Fair, 31, a ‘fat c** *’ and ‘narcissistic b**’. f’.
Sam and Fern have been friends for more than 20 years, having starred opposite each other in The Only Way Is Essex.
Falling out: Fearne embroiled in an ongoing feud with Sam Fair, 31, after audio leaked which allegedly saw Fearne brand her friend as a ‘fat c***’ (pictured together in 2019) went.