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Jude Law's Daughter Iris Shares Bikini Photo From Beach

Here’s everything Iris Law does to maintain her model body

Iris Law, 20, is one of the hottest supermodels of the moment. Since she's the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, it's no surprise she is absolutely gorgeous and incredibly fit. This week, the celeb spawn turned catwalk crawler shared a bikini photo from the beach, flaunting her fabulously fit figure in the hottest swimwear trend of the moment: An upside down bikini top. How does she stay in such great physical form? Read on to see 5 ways Iris Law 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 Isn't a Fan of At-Home Workouts

In an interview with British Vogue, Iris admitted she isn't a fan of at-home workouts. "At the beginning of lockdown I literally couldn't work out. I find it really hard working out from home," she explained.


She Maintains Variety with Exercise


Iris relies on a bunch of different types of exercise to keep her in shape. "I really like running on a running machine, spinning and hot yoga – I usually use ClassPass in whatever city I'm in to do those things," she told Vogue. "I tried to run outside and it hurt my knees, so I was getting all worked up, but now I have a nice little routine. I do a little workout in the morning, doing things I remember from classes and various training sessions. I also have a Zoom class with my boyfriend's mum and her friends where we do 100 squats every two days in the morning."


She Walks When She's in a Rut

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Iris has found that light cardio al fresco is good for the bod and mind. "If I feel like I'm in a rut, my boyfriend always encourages us to go on a walk. It always makes me feel better because whatever city you're in you end up seeing different things – whether it's café or a puppy," she told Vogue. 


She Created Her Own Cookbook


During lockdown Iris cooked so much, she decided to make her own virtual cookbook. "Finding recipes I can share with people is what I really enjoy," she told Vogue Singapore. "My favorite thing to make is raw cacao snack balls from dates, almonds and pistachios."


She Ends the Day with Meditation or ASMR

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Iris winds down at the end of the night by listening to calming nighttime meditations. "I used to listen to ASMR to get to sleep," she added to Vogue. "There's this girl – it's so funny – on YouTube who's called ASMR Darling."

Leah Groth
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