Mama June Shannon famously showed off her physique in swimsuit pictures during a family vacation to Panama City, Florida, in July, and it appears she’s still hard at work on her weight loss journey. The former “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” star looks noticeably slimmer in a new photo posted to her social media pages over Labor Day weekend.

While the 35-year-old TV personality rarely features pictures of herself on her Instagram and Twitter pages, one new photo does show an updated snap of the mom of four. In the picture, Mama June can be seen sitting next to two of her daughters, Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson and Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, sporting a sleeveless tank top and a big smile. The image was taken during the Georgia family's recent appearance at a Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam event.

And while Mama June has not commented on her weight loss lately, that hasn’t stopped fans from recognizing her slimmer figure. “Wow, June! You look as young as your girls!” wrote one of her Twitter followers. “You have lost some weight. Good job!” commented an Instagram fan. “Mama June looks good! Keep it up!” said another fan.

In July, TMZ published photos of Mama June running by a shoreline in the Panama City, Florida, wearing a “Baywatch”-inspired swimsuit. According to the site, she recently lost 60 pounds. She revealed how she lost he weight in an Instagram post, telling her fans she had been juicing to stay in shape.

“I hate greens and vegetables should I juice,” she explained. In the post she shared a photo of herself downing an organic green smoothie. 

The previous year, Mama June posed for another swimsuit photo shoot. The shoot was done in honor of her 120 pound weight loss. At the time, she told In Touch Weekly that she had shed the weight by cutting back on soda and her infamous recipes, such as “sketti” — a combination of pasta, butter and ketchup once featured on “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.”

“I’ve always taken pride in how I look,” she told the magazine. “I’m happy with the way I am now, but I was also happy with myself when I was 400 pounds. I taught myself and my kids that you’ve got to be comfortable no matter what your size."