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Camila Morrone Shares Swimsuit Photo of "New Cover"

Here are her lifestyle habits. 

Camila Morrone is a covergirl – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Daisy Jones and the Six star shows off her amazing body in a few bathing suits. "New D Repubblica Cover," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. "SLAAAAAAY QUEEN," commented one of her followers. "WoW," added actress Marion Cotillard. How does the young actress approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits. 




Camila meditates. "I started incorporating a small meditation practice that is anywhere between eight to 10 minutes — I did it at the airport on my way here. I just put my AirPods in and do it anywhere," she told Bustle. "I use things like the Calm app and really anything I can get my hands on, even YouTube meditations. Especially when I'm moving at a high speed and there's always a lot of people in the room and cameras and events, starting my day off with that as a baseline just eases the transition."


Outdoor Exercise

"I like to try to do anything active when I'm not on a movie. When I'm shooting a movie, it's really hard for me to do anything besides work. So when I'm home in L.A., I like to try to get some kind of workout in," Camila told W Magazine. "I like to be outdoors because the weather's so beautiful here." She tries "fit in an outdoor exercise," whenever she can. 




Camila is a tea over coffee girl. In the morning she makes "some matcha to start my day, because I don't drink coffee," she told W. Numerous studies have shown that a variety of teas may boost your immune system, fight off inflammation, and even ward off cancer and heart disease.




Camila's favorite form of outdoor exercise? "I just got into hiking in L.A. because it's such an L.A. thing to do. Then I realized why everyone loves it so much. I've been doing Runyon Canyon because it's the easiest one and I'm lazy and you get a great view not very long into the hike. But there's also Franklin Canyon, and then halfway to Malibu there's a great hike called Temescal Canyon, where at the end of it, in winter, you can get a bit of a waterfall. I like rewarding hikes," she told W. 



You won't find Camila on a low carb diet. "Unfortunately, I'd like to say it's salad or vegetables, but after I exercise I like to praise myself with carbs, whether it's a pasta, pizza, or a sandwich. I like to not be too hard on myself. That's the most unhealthy that I will do. I don't have an unhealthy lifestyle, but I like carbs," she told W. If she cooks, it will be pasta, especially if she has guests. "I just make a really simple tomato-sauce pasta because everyone likes a tomato-sauce pasta. So I did an Italian cooking class last night and learned how to make pasta dough from scratch, so that's going to be my new go-to."


Social Media Breaks

Camila takes breaks from social media, deleting Instagram from her phone for a few days at a time. "I think it's so important to protect and nourish your mental health on social media. I have girlfriends who have a large following on social media and they have spoken outwardly about how it affects them, their happiness and mental health. Having experienced firsthand social media hate, which I think pretty much anyone who's semi in the public eye will experience, it can really affect you. I've never been one to say that these comments and articles don't hurt my feelings; I think that you have to be a sociopath for things not to get to you after a certain amount of time. So I just try to protect myself by avoiding reading negative comments and avoiding reading articles about me, because one thing can just throw off your whole day. I don't like to expose and open myself up to other people's hate and insecurities and mean messages. I don't want to live like that," she told W. 

Leah Groth
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