Warning: This story discusses eating disorders and could be potentially triggering or distressing.
For Trinity Handley, lockdown gave her a chance to pursue a dream of becoming a personal trainer.
The 25-year-old from St Albans, Hertfordshire, set-up her PT website last year and aims to help people with their confidence through adding exercise and fitness into their lifestyle.
Trinity has been on her own personal journey as she dealt with atypical anorexia in her early teens and bulimia shortly after leaving university.
The charity Beat Eating Disorders estimates that around 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder, with anorexia having the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric disorder.
And while eating disorders can affect anyone at any time, girls and young women aged 12-20 are most at risk.
Trinity says she began struggling at the age of around 11 or 12 but found it difficult to express or talk about what was going on, something that wasn’t particularly helped by attending an all-girls private school and the pressures that come with it.
Her mum also had an…