Vanessa White plans to gain weight at Christmas

Vanessa White.
Vanessa White.

VANESSA White knows she will gain weight during the Christmas holidays.

The Saturdays beauty is usually health conscious throughout the year, but plans a big blowout next month and will indulge in all her favourite festive treats over the holiday period.

She said: "I'll put on loads of weight over Christmas. I'll be on the wine, turkey, pudding - everything!"

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While she is planning a short indulgence, Vanessa, 24, will surely lose the holiday weight quickly as she is a keen gym enthusiast and admits she feels "guilty" if she doesn't work out on a regular basis.

She added: "I love the gym, but sometimes I feel sick and want to run away from my trainer!

"If I don't go to the gym, I feel guilty. It's paid off ... I look a lot more toned."

Meanwhile, it appears Vanessa - who was known as the biggest night owl in The Saturdays - will have a much quieter 2014 after giving up partying.

She previously said: "I'd been partying way too much, not taking care of myself and I felt rubbish. We're all very honest with one another and we will sit each other down and say, 'This is getting out of control.'

"If I hadn't had them, it would have been so easy to have gone off the rails and kept up the partying until it became a problem. You need people around you to say, 'Right, this is too much now,' and fortunately, I have that."

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