Avery Warner (now known as Avery Ratsch on Instagram) is a former 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 4 star who has utilized her passion for nutrition to give herself a fresh new look, and it’s time to discuss her most memorable body makeover posts. She has led a very eventful life, as she is a mom of two kids, an OnlyFans star, a cryptocurrency enthusiast, a podcast host, a holistic nutritionist, and the owner of a cannabis business website.
During her time on 90 Day Fiancé, Avery pursued a long distance relationship with Australian dating coach, Ash Naeck. After a turbulent relationship on and off of the show, the two are no longer together. Their final breakup was reported to have happened because Ash did not follow the diet that the two of them were supposed to be on.
90DF celeb Avery has faced controversy from fans in the past. She’s raised eyebrows due to alleged secret plastic surgery, as well as polarizing political views. While fans have mixed feelings about her, Avery is thriving in her small business, and on social media.
While on the show, Avery opened up about the fact that she had gained weight. Lots of people from all age groups want to lose weight, so Avery’s issue was very relatable. While women are beautiful at any sizes, Avery used her certified holistic nutritionist skills to get herself back to a size that made her feel very confident. The Instagram photo above, taken in July of 2020, featured Avery promoting her cannabis business, and it is her “before” photo.
Later In 2020
In a post from September of 2020, the former 90 Day Fiancé star shared her weight loss progress. Avery explained that only 20 days into the lean body system that she started following, she was beginning to attain her fitness goals. In this update photo, Avery also showed off her now-iconic long pink hair, which was deeply flattering to her skin tone. Fans commented, letting her know how proud they were that she was following an exercise regimen. They wanted more details about the habits she adopted. Avery told her fans to message her directly if they wanted to learn more about her lean body system.
In October of 2021, Avery shared a photo of her wearing a one-piece swimsuit. While she worked hard for her new figure, by exercising and eating mindfully, Avery’s post-90DF weight loss caption focused on body positivity. Avery said, “Shout out to all the girls working on loving their bodies. Because that sh*t’s hard and I’m proud of you.” Although some may perceive the message as hypocritical because of the body standards Avery presents on her own social media, others may consider it a reminder that social media can make women feel like their bodies are never good enough, no matter how hard they work on them.
Females are often pressured to lose weight to fit societal beauty standards, and not because they want to be their best versions of themselves. On Avery’s Instagram post, fans noticed the pistol tattoos that Avery has on her hips. Some embraced her new look, while others were put off by the tattoos because of their placement. Despite the mixed reception, Avery found humor in the negative comments about her choices.
In the recent Instagram post shared above, 90DF‘s Avery showed off her most up-to-date shape. Avery’s black knee-high stiletto boots, leopard mini skirt, and V-neck top gave her a tall, lean silhouette. Fans were excited about her new look and confidence, and one follower humorously commented, “How are we not married yet? Super gorgeous.” Although Avery has not posted pics of her iconic pink hair sinceJanuary of 2021, cartoons of her with that creative hair look are still used in promotional materials for her podcast.
While it appears that 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days stars Avery and Ash’s relationship is permanently over, Avery’s focus on her own life (and her family) shows she that she’s determined to move forward. Avery’s ambition, which she’s displayed via her podcast and other business ventures, is also reflected in her passion for exercise and nutrition. However, as Avery’s October 2021 Instagram post should remind female audiences, as long as health is not a concern, women (actually, everyone) should only work on changing their bodies if they want to.