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Britain’s ‘fattest woman dumped by her 9st boyfriend after losing weight'

Mirror Mirror 26/10/2016 Mirror .co.uk
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A woman who now weighs 40st (240kgs) has reportedly been dumped by her boyfriend after losing weight.

Georgia Davis once tipped the scales at 60st (381kgs) and was dubbed "the take-away princess" and "Britain's fattest teenager", but her desire to lose weight appears to have not gone down well with her 9st (57kg) ex Matthew Takel.

According to a friend, Matthew - who works as a cleaner in a gym - was said to be “a bit put-out” she had now set her sights on slimming down, rather than on him.

But while it’s been claimed her interest in slimming was a key factor in their break up, friends say they were always bound to split because of their difference in age.

“It was never a match made in heaven,” a friend told The Sun . “She was five times his weight and he was almost twice her age.

“Maybe Matthew was a bit put-out she is more interested in slimming down than she was in him.”

The pair declined to talk about the split, but Georgia did lament her loss on Facebook, writing: “Well that’s another relationship over.

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“I guess that’s life. I’m going to concentrate on myself for a while.”

Earlier this year, Georgia, who lives in Lives in Aberdare, revealed she had been going to the gym and started opting for healthy delivery meals instead of take aways to help her continue her weight loss.

Georgia weighed 33st in 2008, making her Britain's fattest teenager.

After heading to the United States to attend a fat camp she shed almost half her body weight and was 18st.

But after returning to the UK she began devouring 13,000 calories a day and eventually ended up at 60st before emergency services had to intervene.

According to reports, Georgia cost the NHS more than £150,000 in stays in hospital and treatment.

She was once hospitalised for six months and apparently lost 20st in that time.

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Georgia previously needed to be lifted from her home with a crane and into a reinforced ambulance when she needed treatment for a severe infection last year.

Speaking at the time one of her pals said: “Georgia is not mobile enough to walk out of the ambulance and into her home even though it’s less than 20 yards.

“It looks like she will have to go through the whole thing again when she’s let out.”

Two cranes, seven police cars, two fire engines and 11 medics were called in to lift bedridden Georgia from her flat in Cwmaman, Aberdare, South Wales, at a cost put at £10,000.

A main road was closed for the seven-hour “patient lift” which was delayed when firemen had to send for a stronger crane.

Her friend, who lives in the village but did not want to be named, said at the time: “She is doing well but will be in hospital for a couple of weeks.

“They are looking at all her health problems and they want her on a special diet.

“But that has been tried before and it never works with Georgia.”

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