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Little Mix's Perrie Edwards Shares Swimsuit Photo From Turkey

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Perrie Edwards is heating up the internet with her latest swimsuit snaps. In a recent social media post the Little Mix singer flaunts her amazing body in a bathing suit while posing by the pool. In addition to lots of fire emojis she received tons of compliments. "Divine," commented bandmate Leigh Anne Pinnock. "Hottie," added another follower. How does the 30-year-old mom maintain her amazing body? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits. 


She Didn't Exercise When She Was Young

When Edwards was 22, she confessed that working out wasn't part of her life. "I don't really exercise. When we get time off, I like to relax," she told Dare. "During my time off, I love to get pampered. I also love to relax and watch TV. I'm all about the chilling."


She Squats

When she did find time to exercise, she had a few favorite moves. "I do love squats, abs and arm exercises," she told Dare. 


She Later Hired a Trainer

Perrie started training with dancer Danielle Peazer after welcoming her fire child, Axel. "I reached out to my girl @DaniellePeazer (very last minute [eye roll emoji]) before my holiday and she put me through my paces and I'm so thankful," she captioned a post in 2020. 


Now She Works Out "Almost Daily"

Danielle told The Sun that when she trained Perrie the two hit the gym "almost daily" for 45 minutes to an hour. She does each exercise for around 40 to 45 seconds, rests, then repeats them.


She Planks

Peazer added to New Magazine that Edwards does a lot of planks. "I had her doing a plank for two minutes, which is a very long time for anyone," she said.


She Struggles with Criticism

"I think, do you know what, I'm going to be honest and say, the times I actually pick myself apart and feel miserable is when I get papped in a bikini," she told Glamour. "Or papped in a way that one, I'm not aware that I'm being papped. And two, it makes me feel dirty. People will say to me, "Oh, you look great!" I'm like, "Are you kidding me? Do I look like that?" Then I'll cry. Like, I'll actually cry. I'll say, 'I'm hideous, I'm this and this.' It really gets to me and I have to remind myself to let it go. It's a few bad pictures, who cares? But it takes a lot to get to that point. It's easier said than done – it's really horrible."

Leah Groth
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