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Anaïs Gallagher in Bathing Suit Wishes for "Holiday"

Here’s how the rock spawn stays healthy and fit. 

Anaïs Gallagher is yearning for a vacation! The daughter of Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher shared a photo with her Instagram followers this week, showcasing her fabulous figure in a swimsuit. "Someone get me on holiday again," the model and influencer captioned the snap. "And this time I promise not to spill my (obligatory) mile high Bloody Mary all over your holiday reading material." How does the 22-year-old maintain her famous physique? Read on to see 5 ways Anaïs Gallagher stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Was a Vegetarian

Anaïs, once a vegetarian, fronted PETA's advertisement campaign "Meat Free Revolution." In it, she said: "Paul McCartney once said that if slaughterhouses had glass walls everyone would be vegetarian. All animals feel pain, and fear. Animals don't have a voice, so they need you to speak up for them."


Her Diet Is Healthy

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It appears that she now eats fish. Earlier this month, she shared a photo gallery of some of the things she has eaten recently. Asparagus, pizza, grilled fish, and a cheese and olive plate are just a few of the delicious looking meals she has noshed on. 


She Works Out

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According to personal trainer Abel Amado, Anaïs is one of his star clients. He focuses on calisthenics with workouts targeting strength gaining, elasticity, dynamic strength, static strength, functional exercises, and endurance


She Enjoys the Simple Life

Anaïs, who has spent most of her life living in London, swapped city life for the farm during the pandemic. She and her sustainable chef boyfriend spent their days cooking delicious meals, caring for farm goats, and enjoying the simple life. 


Be You

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When asked by The Sunday Times Style the best advice her parents ever gave her, she revealed that it had to do with being authentic. "Be unapologetically you," she said. "You are you and that's all that matters." "If we have a sturdy self-view, we can try new things. And if something doesn't go our way, it doesn't destroy us. Self-acceptance prevents you from being unduly injured by a negative new experience. It also allows you to grow and makes you more resilient in the face of life's stressors," says the Cleveland Clinic. "If you have a positive self-image, you have a sense that you have something to give. This helps you bring more to the table in your relationships, which makes them stronger. Just show up to give your gift, and it's hard to mess it up. "

Leah Groth
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