Dua Lipa in Bathing Suit Takes "Pre-Show River Dip"
Dua Lipa is taking a "pre-show river dip 🌸" in her bathing suit. The Levitating singer just shared images of herself lakeside, enjoying some sun and fun with friends. (Tagged were yogi and movement facilitator Annie Moves and Rae Ann Hayden and Rosie Viva of Viva Fever; Dua played Munich, Germany, tonight.) How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Dua Lipa 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!
Dua has boxed in the past. "I like doing it for fitness [and] I like doing it just to kinda clear my mind. I really enjoy it. I like that it's definitely a full body workout. Since starting boxing I've probably been in the best shape ever. It's also a great stress relieve," she has said.
She Changes Things Up
When it comes to working out: "Whatever it is, I try to change it up every day to keep things interesting. When you're on a tour bus, every day and every place is different, so you never know what you're going to find. That's always one way to keep it interesting," she told Marie Claire.
She Has a Pooch
Dua loves her dog Dexter. "60% of doctors interviewed have recommended getting a pet to a patient. 43% recommended the pet to improve overall health and 17% made the recommendation for a specific condition," says Habri. "74% of doctors said they would prescribe a pet to improve overall health if the medical evidence supported it; 8% said they would prescribe a pet for a specific condition."
"I love cooking and being surrounded by my favourite people," she told Refinery29. "With all the running around I do for work, it's nice to come home, slow down and connect with the food that nourishes my body and life."
She Eats Whole Foods
"A whole foods diet simply means choosing foods that are minimally processed. Think fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, oils, and whole grains. While a whole foods diet does focus on eating lots of plant-based foods, it does not necessarily mean you have to become a vegetarian or vegan. Meat and dairy are perfectly acceptable, but the idea is to choose those foods in moderation (a few times a week as opposed to every meal). Focus, instead, on fueling with unprocessed plant foods for the majority of your meals," says the Mayo Clinic.