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Elizabeth Hurley in Bathing Suit Says it's "Swimsuit Season"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Elizabeth Hurley in a bathing suit just said: "All hail swimsuit season ❤️." Can you blame her? The actress and icon has her own swimsuit line, Elizabeth Hurley Beach. "😍😍😍😍 good afternoon Elizabeth," commented makeup artist Sandy Linter. "🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥," commented Westworld star Thandiwe Newton. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Elizabeth Hurley 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 Recently Went to a Health Resort


After an ankle injury, Elizabeth went to the Viva Mayr Medical Health Resort by Lake Wörthersee. "I tore the ligaments in my left ankle whilst filming in the Caribbean in November. Lying on the sofa for two months, followed by a month of limping around in an air boot, meant that I basically became a slug," she captioned some photos. "I don't weigh myself but my jeans were objecting violently to being done up so something had to be done…Still not really able to put much pressure on my foot, meaning not much exercise, and a new movie looming, I decided to return to @vivamayrmariawoerth – a wellness spa in Austria. I'm here now and shall report back! ❤️"


She Ate Clean Veggies

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"I think I'm glad to be here," Hurley captioned an image of the food at the Viva Mayr Medical Health Resort, which appeared to be some cleanly steamed broccoli and carrots and a broth. "Besides being a good source of folate, broccoli also contains phytonutrients. Broccoli is also an excellent source of vitamin C — an antioxidant that protects your body's cells from damage. It is also an excellent source of vitamin A and is linked to preserving eye health," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Tries to Eat Local

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Elizabeth prefers local foods when at home. "Using local foods inspires me to prepare healthy, plant-based meals. I also feel good about supporting people in our community who make their living on the land. It's a win-win," Jennifer Nelson, RDN, LD, tells the Mayo Clinic.


She Prefers Housework to the Gym

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Hurley would rather work up a sweat scrubbing a mirror or raking leaves than be stuck in some windowless gym. Chores actually can count as a workout. "Housework can do double duty if you can get your heart rate up. Mowing, shoveling and gardening count too," says the Mayo Clinic. Or walk. "Stroll around your neighborhood or through the mall. Park at the back of the parking lot. Choose the stairs."


She is in the Fight to End Breast Cancer

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"When my grandmother lost her life to breast cancer in the early 90's, nobody spoke openly about this disease. Times have changed, but people are still dying. Today, our call to help end breast cancer for all is more urgent than ever as breast cancer is now the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide," Elizabeth once wrote. "Whether you're a patient, family or friend, thriver, doctor, or advocate, I hope you'll join me in helping fund lifesaving breast cancer research…"

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