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    According to the Mexican TV celebrity, her curves are a product of hard work only.

    Yanet Garcia, who has been dubbed the "world's hottest weather girl," according to The Daily Star, has posted a before-and-after photo of her rear physique showing the evolution of her fillet parts over four years.

    One photo of the 28-year old Mexican weather girl shows her in 2015, while another was reportedly taken just a few weeks ago.

    The post, which has been viewed by her 9.2 million Instagram followers, racked up more than 361,000 likes and almost 4,000 comments by the time of publication.

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    Публикация от Yanet Garcia 🇲🇽 (@iamyanetgarcia) 27 Фев 2019 в 12:00 PST

    In a caption under the collage, Garcia wrote in Spanish that she has had neither surgeries nor implants, and that her curvaceous form is owed only to hard workouts.

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    Love yourself ❤️

    Публикация от Yanet Garcia 🇲🇽 (@iamyanetgarcia) 27 Фев 2019 в 10:41 PST

    "Having a balance is important. I have learned to eat healthy without having a diet and being disciplined with my exercises," she said in an interview for The Daily Star. "If I don't have time to go to the gym, I can exercise at home. Every day I do a physical activity, being disciplined is what will allow you to reach your objective."


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