'The Real' Co-Host Jeannie Mai Is Outchea Getting Thick Amid Ex-Hubby's Baby News

She vows to be as "physically strong" as she is "mentally indestructible."

ICYMI: After only being split for six months, Freddy Harteis, who was married to Jeannie Mai’s for 10 years, recently announced he’s expecting a baby with another woman—and she's already four months along in her pregnancy.

While some women may shrink at the news that their ex-husband has already started building a family with someone else, The Real co-host wants you to know she’s promising to be as "physically strong" as she is "mentally indestructible."

Yes, sis! And her revenge body is definitely worth noting!

See for yourself how the 39-year-old talk show host is lookin’ thicker than a snicker with a weight gain of 17 pounds:

So what’s with the body transformation?

No, it's not just to show her ex what he's missing.

Turns out three months ago, Jeannie decided to go on a mission to relieve herself from the stress of her "controlling ways" and break her ideas that her "body was built to look best thin" by starting a healthy journey to gain weight with an eating plan and training program. 

“So far I'm 3 months of eating more, (clean protein and saying Yes to carbs!!), lifting heavy weights (best therapy ever!!) and truly loving all of Me,” Jeannie captioned the Instagram post. 

“Not sure where I'm headed but I know I'm gonna look the best I've ever looked because Im spending quality time on ME,” she continued.

We are so happy to see Jeannie on a mission to better herself, and in the meantime...

Keep on the path, girl. You look great!

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