Davina McCall, 54, shows off her physique in a white crop top and matching leggings

She is known for her ripped figure and passion for fitness.

And Davina McCall showed off her svelte physique in a skinny fit top and matching leggings as she shared a clip from her latest workout on Wednesday.

The TV presenter, 54, shared a video on Instafgram of her training session to promote her fitness challenge.

Hot: Davina McCall showed off her svelte physique in a skinny fit top and matching leggings as she shared a clip from her latest workout on Wednesday

Hot: Davina McCall showed off her svelte physique in a skinny fit top and matching leggings as she shared a clip from her latest workout on Wednesday

The video featured Davina recreating a selection of moves from her workout, while proudly showing off her toned figure.

The former Big Brother host said the video was a three-way workout in the third week of the six-week Shake Up Challenge.

Along with the post, she wrote: “This is good for beginners… Really fun. Alternate moves available. This puts me in the best mood.”

Looking Good: The presenter shared a video of her training session to promote her fitness challenge

Looking Good: The presenter shared a video of her training session to promote her fitness challenge

It comes as Davina revealed using heroin as ‘coming home’ as she recalls using the drug on Wednesday.

The star discussed her childhood trauma, substance abuse, and inspiring recovery story Rockwater in conversation with podcast, while explaining how her mother abandoned her at just three years old.

Having first tried heroin at the age of 15, Davina reflects on the false relief the substance gave her, revealing that her use was “like coming home”.

“When you’re at it, nothing else matters, so don’t bother meeting someone on time or picking up your kids from school, luckily I didn’t have any.”

After pushing her loved ones away and losing everything to prioritizing drug use, she said, “Heroin became my best friend. It’s like a bigger, warmer, softer hug.

'Becoming my best friend': Davina recently revealed using heroin feels like 'going home' as she remembers doing drugs on Wednesday (pictured in a previous podcast)

‘Becoming my best friend’: Davina recently revealed using heroin feels like ‘going home’ as she remembers doing drugs on Wednesday (pictured in a previous podcast)

After ten years of drug abuse, Davina gets help after an intervention from a friend.

She began attending Narcotics Anonymous meetings and regular therapy sessions, and later achieved sobriety.

Davina credits Pepe: “They told me to get help because I fell asleep at dinner, and they locked me in the car and told me to get help. This is why I’m still alive.

Davina described her life as a “crazy adventure,” adding, “I don’t think I’d be as grateful as I am if I didn’t have a hard time.”

Tough: The star discussed her childhood trauma, substance abuse and inspiring recovery story on Rockwater's In Conversation With podcast

Tough: The star discussed her childhood trauma, substance abuse and inspiring recovery story on Rockwater’s In Conversation With podcast

The TV star, who shares Holly, 19, Tilly, 17, and Chester, 14, with ex Matthew Robertson, has credited ex-boyfriend Eric with helping her overcome her drug addiction.

She’s previously explained that as a fully recovered addict, she doesn’t even like taking over-the-counter headache pills, so she avoided going the medical route.

Davina told how she exercised and took herbal remedies to help but those didn’t ‘cut it’, and told how she planned to ‘battle through’ before finally learning about menopause, with a private gynecologist eventually prescribing HRT for her.

‘I was hurt’: In March, Davina recalled how she abused drugs to ‘fill the hole’ left by her late mother Florence Cook

In March, Davina recalled how she abused drugs to “fill the hole” left by her late mother, Florence Cook.

The presenter reflected on feeling ‘insecure and unsettled’ after her mother – who died in 2008 – told her she had been off for two weeks, but never came back and left her with her paternal grandmother when she was just four.

In an interview with DJ Fat Tony on his show The Recovery, the presenter admitted that she was ‘kissing my brain cells goodbye’ when she used substances like heroin, speed and weed in her teens, before seeking help over 20 years ago.

Anyone facing similar issues call Frank’s drug helpline on 0300 123 6600. They can talk you through all your options.

My tears were always [by my chest]': The media personality was left with her paternal grandmother when she was four years old (pictured)

My tears were always [by my chest]’: The media personality was left with her paternal grandmother when she was four years old (pictured)

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