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Dixie D'Amelio in Bathing Suit is "Wow"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Dixie D'Amelio is one of social media's brightest stars. She first made waves with her sister Charli, when they posted videos on TikTok. Her family then got their own reality series on Hulu, The D'Amelio Show. D'Amelio is also a singer, releasing her album A Letter To Me last summer, and opened up for Big Time Rush on tour. She just shared a new set of photos on her Instagram. In them, she enjoyed a pool day and wore a black bathing suit. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Dixie D'Amelio 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 Keeps A Small Circle

D'Amelio opened up about her life in an interview on The Zach Sang Show. She says that she likes to keep her social circle small. "I don't really try to make too many relationships with people or haven't been recently. I have a close group of really, really close friends that I don't put online at all. That's kind of just been the best thing for me. I don't really want a best friend. Like I have a best friend. I don't really need more."


She Prioritizes Her Mental Health

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In an interview with People, D'Amelio says that she has started to really prioritize her mental health. "It wasn't a priority for a very long time because [I thought], 'I'm young, I will figure it out later,' until I realized it's probably not the best idea and I'm ignoring a lot of things that can make my everyday life so much easier," she says. "Even though I would love to work out every day and be in the best shape of my life, I don't always have the time. Being able to focus on my mental health and feel better that way, I've seen such a huge change in my life and just how I am as a person."


She Prioritizes Breathing

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D'Amelio has a very busy schedule. For this reason, she has started making downtime a priority. "I need to breathe," she tells People. "And breathing has really helped me a lot with everything I've done. For a long time, I thought it was kind of silly and a waste of time, but now it's a huge part of my life."


She Keeps Things Private


D'Amelio may be in the public eye, but she is making sure to keep things private. She tells People that she likes to keep her relationships off of social media.  "We have so much more fun by not posting [our relationship]. People don't need to know what's going on, and they have no right to know. It's not like we have a relationship account that they're following. They're following us as [individual] people."


She Sought Help

On Instagram live, D'Amelio opened up about getting diagnosed with premenstrual dysphoric disorder. She says that getting help has allowed her to take better care of herself. "Finally I got diagnosed and I am very happy that I know what's wrong," she said. "Because now I can find better ways to handle my emotions. I'm feeling better now and I will probably be going through the same thing next month and the month after that."

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