Donald Trump is technically "obese" but in very good overall health, according to his latest annual medical exam.
The US president, who undergoes a wide-ranging physical assessment once a year, put on four pounds over the last 12 months.
That means he now weighs 17 stone 5lbs, and with a height of 6ft 3ins his Body Mass Index is 30.4.
A BMI over 30 is considered "obese" by America’s National Institutes of Health. Mr Trump’s BMI last year was just under 30.
Sean Conley, the president’s doctor, said despite being technically obese Mr Trump, 72, had passed the medical with flying colours.
Dr Conley said: "It is my determination that the president remains in very good health overall."
Mr Trump’s good health continued despite an ongoing penchant for junk food, little exercise, and a highly stressful job.
Experts suggested he was helped by having been teetotal his entire life, and not smoking.
The president has said he gets in some exercise walking around the White House.
Around 40 per cent of Americans are considered obese.
Mr Trump weighted 16 stone 12lbs before he became president.
Last year, doctors had recommended he should try to lose 10 to 15 pounds.
His blood pressure this year was up slightly to 118/80, from 116/70 in 2018. His resting heart rate was 70 beats per minute.
Mr Trump has a history of high cholesterol and this year his dosage of Rosuvastatin, an anti-cholesterol medicine, was raised from 10mg a day to 40mg.
He was examined by 11 specialists during the four-hour medical assessment at a military base.
Dr Conley said: "There were no findings of significance or changes to report on his physical exam, including the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, teeth, gums, heart, lungs, skin, gastrointestinal, and neurologic systems."
Last year, Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, the president’s doctor at the time, said Mr Trump "might live to be 200 years old" if he made improvements to his diet.