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Doctor Who Star Yasmin Finney Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Serenity"

Here are her lifestyle mantras.

Yasmin Finney is feeling serene in her swimsuit. In a recent social media post the Doctor Who star shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit. "Serenity," she captioned the Instagram snap, eliciting a major response from her followers. "Our favorite mermaid," one of them commented. "The Queen living her best life," added another. How does the trans star approach health? Celebwell rounded up some of her most inspiring quotes. 


She Was Bullied as a Kid

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Yasmin was born a boy and raised Catholic alongside her half-sister by a Jamaican mother she lived in poverty and was the target of bullies. "Being a Black trans woman, I've been forced to grow up early," she told Vogue UK.


She Embraces Her Uniqueness

Yasmin wrote a "note to younger self" in an Instagram post. "Blooming into my own, one step at a time. From a shy 13 year old who doubted herself… to a confident individual who wears pink proudly and fearlessly. Believe in yourself, embrace your uniqueness, and let your journey unfold. Who knows, you might even end up on another cover of Vogue."


She Wants to Be a Bond Girl

"I would love to be a trans Bond girl or just a Bond girl in general. I love James Bond," she told The Mirror. "Every time I watch a Bond film, I think I would love to be that cool, sexy Bond girl that has never been done before."


She Is Confident

"We all try things out, we all try and navigate ourselves and what we like to wear," Yasmin said, discussing her character with Elle. "I think confidence is from within, and I think you can really see that she's got all of that confidence within her now. I'm a very confident person as Yasmin."


She Swims

Yasmin loves swimming, a good way to get regular aerobic physical activity, according to the CDC. Just two and a half hours per week of aerobic physical activity, such as swimming, bicycling, or running, can decrease the risk of chronic illnesses. In addition to the many physical benefits, there are multiple studies supporting the mental health benefits of swimming as well. 

Leah Groth
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