Katherine Schwarzenegger in Bathing Suit Gets Happy Birthday Wish From Husband Chris Pratt
Happy birthday, Katherine Schwarzenegger. In a new social media post, Chris Pratt celebrates his wife's special day by sharing a bunch of photos of her – including one in her swimsuit. "Happy birthday to my wonderful wife, partner, friend, toddler jungle gym, calendar aficionado, confidant and beauty queen. You light up our world. We'd be lost without you. We love you so much," he captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
Her Parents Were Her Role Models
"I grew up with both of my parents being really great examples of [healthy eating]," Katherine tells Women's Health. "I grew up in the world of health and fitness but it was also about being able to enjoy food and to be active. I try to be somebody who works out and is able to have fun with food."
She Is "Mindful"
"I'm always mindful of being healthy and of what I put in my body," she adds to the publication. "It's really important, especially when breastfeeding like I am, to be able to be healthy and mindful of your diet. I want to show my daughter, as she gets older, that we take good care of our bodies. That's important to me."
She Drinks Coffee
Katherine starts the day with a jolt of caffeine. Her coffee of choice? A latte with Planet Oat oat milk.
She Fuels Up with Good Carbs in the AM
"My mornings can be really jam-packed, so I like to have quick and easy breakfast meals on hand that I can grab and go," Katherine. All of her breakfasts involve oats. She might eat a jar of PB&J Overnight Oats made with oats, oat milk, yogurt, and peanut butter and top it with raspberries, jam, more peanut butter, and crushed peanuts. Her other favorite breakfast is banana pancakes, made with oats, oat milk, almond flour, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla, a ripe banana, salt, and baking powder.
She Has a Salad with Plant Protein for Lunch
"For any lunch, I do something pretty light and easy most of the time," Katherine tells Women Health. "I usually eat a salad." She adds white bean dip to her salad for extra flavor, fiber, and plant protein.
She Pairs a Protein with Veggies for Dinner
"I actually enjoy having dinner earlier just because it gives you time to digest. I've honestly always gone to bed early and woken up early, so just give or take a few hour's difference," Katherine tells the publication. "I try to keep it light in the evening because I don't like to go to bed with a crazy full tummy." Dinner is usually a combo of protein and vegetables. "I always like to have some sort of protein, like salmon or chicken, in the evening," she says.