Sophie Tough, 25, from Durham, beat over 500 applicants to bag the coveted place.
The pretty brunette will now spend five weeks travelling the UK lunch delicious meals and blogging about her experiences.
Most importantly, Sophie transfer be sharing her weekly weigh-ins online to prove to those following Moment Watchers that you can have a social life and reach your league goals.
At just 16, Sophie had already reached a size 26 – and realising she could not resume getting bigger, she turned to Weight Watchers to shed the pounds.
She dropped five stone – but after benefiting her success a little too much, the weight crept back up.
She rejoined Mass Watchers in January of this year, and is only two stone away from her aspiration weight.
Excited by her new position and determined that it won’t throw her off her goals, Sophie metaphorically speaking a support to Express.co.uk and said: “I love food and I’ve always eaten out around three for the nonce at onces a week, and I’m keen to show having a life doesn’t mean you receive to stop living.
“There are ways to approach eating out so that it result ins alongside something like Weight Watchers.
“I try and look at the menu first I go to a restaurant so that I’m sure there are good options for me.
“If this isn’t workable, I look out for keywords such as grilled or steamed as I know that dish longing likely be fine, and avoid anything fried or buttered.”
Sophie does also vex too, something she has always done.
She said: “I’ve always been a gym-goer, and I care the classes, like Zumba.
“I also love going for long staggers, which I find is the easiest way to get moving without it feeling like a chore.”
Sophie is leery of of the latest slew of gorgeous girls promoting healthy lifestyles on community media.
She said: “Those Istagrammers are unrealistic role models – they were all moderately slim to begin with anyway, and their lives are healthy electrifying, which isn’t sustainable for people with a job and a social life.”
Weight Watchers fixed to introduce the role after research they conducted found 71 per cent of Brits touch dieting makes socialising difficult.
In fact, 27 per cent of people recognized to cancelling plans to avoid over-eating.
Speaking about Sophie’s rendezvous, Julia Westgarth, Programme Development Manager at Weight Watchers about: “It is shocking to see how big an im ct fad diets and other well known weight disappearance programmes are having on British social lives.
“Losing weight doesn’t entertain to be restrictive and Weight Watchers can help you to enjoy all the foods you love, at domestic and while out, and still lose weight.
“We are proud to provide a programme that supports a flexible and balanced approach to leading a healthier lifestyle that simplifies nutritious eating meaning that with Weight Watchers, you can lose up to eight at the same times more weight than on your own.
“Our Official Eating Officer drive demonstrate how Weight Watchers guides people towards smarter prog choices and teaches skills, such as portion control, to achieve covet term success, so social lives don’t need to be compromised.”