Sam Smith Consults Beyoncé on Weight Loss, Is 4 Pounds Away from Goal

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Sam Smith is looking his best yet.

It’s not hard to tell that the “Stay With Me” singer has slimmed down in the past few months. On Friday (Apr. 17, 2015), the 22-year-old shared on Instagram that he is only four pounds away from his weight goal.

“Beautiful catch up with the incredible @ameliafreer xx 4 pounds away from my goal weight and feel happier and healthier than ever #eatnourishglow.”

Eat, Nourish, Glow is a book by author Amelia Freer, a nutritional therapist and healthy diet expert. The publication features a 10-step guide that discourages bad eating habits so that one may redirect to the path of wellness. It’s helped Smith dramatically, as he claims to have lost 14 pounds in 14 days.

In March, the singer-songwriter announced his weight loss journey with Freer in a post that read,

Three weeks ago I met a woman who has completely changed my life. Amelia Freer has helped me lose over a stone in 2 weeks and has completely transformed my relationship with food. Everyone go check out her incredible book, and start to live healthy. It’s not even about weight loss it’s about feeling happy in yourself. Love you Amelia & thank you for making me feel so happy inside and out @ameliafreer #eatnourishglow.”

Not only is Smith consulting the pros, but pop-divas as well. In an interview with The Sun, Smith said, “I did have a conversation with Beyoncé about food, which was great.”

The four-time Grammy winner says he’s always struggled with his weight and in late February, he jokingly shared this photo of his younger self:

In the August of 2014, Smith told The Guardian, “I think I prefer food to singing. It’s really bad, isn’t it? Food is my favorite thing in the world. I always say if I ate what I actually wanted to eat I’d be in one of those electronic scooters because I’d be too big.”

We commemorate Sam Smith as he progresses through his weight loss journey. Here’s looking at you, kid.