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Demi Moore Shares Swimsuit Photo Featuring Daughters

Getting ready for Labor Day weekend with Andie swimwear.

Demi Moore, at 58, is as body confident as ever, posing in a swimsuit with her daughters in a new campaign for Andie swimwear. "LDW ready, with @andieswim," she captioned the photo on Instagram, referring to the long weekend. How does the mom stay so fit while being so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Demi Moore 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 Bikini Photos!


She's Happy to Be Where She Is

Demi's approach to life? "It's about embracing and no longer looking for what's wrong and really being in acceptance of everything. Gravity is going in directions that I'm not so fond of. I can look in the mirror occasionally and say 'you're lying, I don't look like that.' but the reality is the comfort I feel in my skin is the greatest gift. I wouldn't trade it. I'm just happy to be where I am," she told InStyle.


She Knows Things Change

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"Things do change," Demi told W Magazine not too long ago. "The biggest difference, I think, is that I'm not in nearly as good shape physically as I have been before, and I have skin going in a direction that I would prefer it not go. There are things that just come with getting older. But I think my big mantra for this year is about acceptance. I was reading this book that was written around 1919, if I am remembering correctly, and it was very of its day. It was discussing all the 'female' concerns. There were some horrific suggestions on how to take care of yourself, including putting some kind of acid on your skin. But there was one thing I took away, because I think it's true—the author said not to frown because at a certain point it will stick. And what speaks to me here is that I do believe that when we hold upset, anger, hurt, pain or bitterness, it ages us and we wear it. That isn't to say we are always going to feel happy. But it's important not to hold on to things."


She Was Once a Workout Obsessive

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When getting ready for certain revealing scenes in movies, "I cut out carbs, I ran, and I biked, and I worked out on every machine imaginable. I didn't feel like I could stop exercising," she wrote in her book. "It was my job to fit into that unforgiving military uniform I'd be wearing in two months in A Few Good Men. Getting in shape for that movie launched the obsession with working out that would consume me over the next five years. I never dared let up."


She's Used the Mirror

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Now Demi is more likely to use the Mirror, the workout device that is an actual mirror on your wall, with built-in videos that play on it. "15 min at level 1 that's doable … right? I am stalling!" Demi wrote once in a post. "This is going to be my next jam. Okay, here I go, wish me luck."


She Loves Andie Swimwear


"Demi was an early investor," Andie's founder and CEO, Melanie Travis, told InStyle. "We've always talked about what would make sense to do together, and then back in December of 2020 — in anticipation of a successful vaccine rollout and then what would hopefully be a great summer of friends and family, being able to travel, and get together again, across the United States — we felt like this could be the perfect summer to do a campaign together."

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