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Diana Vickers in Bathing Suit Says "I'd Mute Me for a Week"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Diana Vickers first made waves when she appeared on The X Factor. She's currently on vacation in Cape Town, South Africa. Vickers made sure to hit the beach, and get some photos for Instagram. In one photo, she posed on the sand in a black bathing suit, captioning it, "I'd mute me for a week." In another post, Vickers posed in the water in a green and blue bathing suit, captioning it, "Teeny weeny 80's bikini." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Diana Vickers 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 Loves Barre Workouts

In 2014, Vickers shared a lot of her wellness tips in an interview with Express. She revealed that she loves to do barre and dance based exercises. "I do barrecore," she said. "Which is a combination of yoga, Pilates and ballet techniques. I always feel good after it. I'm a member of Fitness First gyms, too."


She Doesn't Diet

In her Express interview, Vickers also opened up about her approach to dieting. She said that she didn't like to put herself on a really restrictive plan. Instead, she aimed to eat a balanced diet. "I don't believe in dieting," she said. "Some days I have lots of chocolate, cheese and pasta, but generally I have a balanced diet." 


She Reaches Out To Her Doctors


Vickers opened up about a medical struggle she had in an interview with Liverpool Echo. She says that she makes sure to get medical help whenever she needs it. "I think it's important to always keep pushing your doctor. I'm grateful I'm not in the pain I was. I'm not entirely sure what was/is going on with my body. I'm skipping periods some months etc;. But very grateful to not be feeling like I was."


She Does Research

Vickers also said in her Liverpool Echo interview that she likes to do research about different types of medicine. "From the feedback I have from my friends online, I am not alone in this and it seems a common though that not enough research is being put into women's health. As well as going to see some great doctors, I also sought holistic therapy from my friend who is a healer and it helped relieve my pain."


She Speaks Out

Vickers isn't afraid to speak out. After receiving a message on Instagram about the statistics of murders, she shared this post to make her point clear. "I repeat myself for the 100th time," she starts. "Please stop missing the point here and getting so defensive as if this is an attack on men because it's NOT. Please stop making an innocent woman's murder about YOU and feeling it's your need to talk about what a GOOD MAN YOU ARE. It's not about YOU."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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