Meshel Laurie surprised fans after sharing a photo of herself after a live event with her Australian True Crime podcast co-host Emily Webb with some fans unable to recognise the comedian and host.
It was one of the few recent photos the 47-year-old has shared of herself in some time, with fans noticing she had lost a considerable amount of weight.
"As you can see, we are two ladies who are quite pleased to be dressed up and out of the house," Meshel joked in the caption.
Many fans commented saying they thought Meshel looked glowing in the photo
"First glance I thought you were Kate Hudson," one stunned fan commented, adding the heart-eyes emoji.
"OMG YOU LOOK INCREDS!!!!!!!" another user wrote.
"Meshel, you’re looking stunning... glowing smile," a third added.
"MATEEEEEEE Look at you, looking bloody skinny mini. Glowing my sister," someone else wrote.
"Mish you look amazing. Always did but look great, fit and happy," one person added.
"Meshel, you are looking incredible - love your whole look and you are absolutely glowing!" another agreed.
"I don’t mean to come across as anything but endearing but is that you on the right @meshel_laurie?" someone asked.
"Regardless of what body size you are, you always look happiest doing what you love and it’s GREAT to see," another said.
Along with Australian True Crime, Meshel also hosts the daily podcast Calm Ya Farm where she interviews celeb men and women about how they stay sane.
Speaking to the Herald Sun earlier this year, Meshel shared some of her tips to feeling like the best version of yourself, saying, "Most of us need to reign in our alcohol consumption, lose weight and remember how to sleep after 2020, but if you put too much pressure on yourself, you’re likely to go off the rails and give up pretty quickly.
"Drink less, eat better and spend an hour removing things that don’t need to be in your bedroom, especially the things that create ambient light, like all those chargers."
She added, "Caring for yourself doesn’t have to be flamboyant and expensive. And the most important aspect is the decision to care for yourself. Something as simple as a hot bath with a book can feel as sumptuous as a soak in a Mediterranean hot spring (probably)."
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