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Maisie Smith in Bathing Suit is "Still Dressing Like It's Summer"

The “Eastenders” star wore a patterned swimsuit.

Actress Maisie Smith, best known for her long-running role on the British TV show, Eastenders, just stunned in a new bikini photo on Instagram. The former Strictly Come Dancing finalist posed in a multicolored swimsuit top, and she's not letting the cold weather stop her, writing, "Still dressing like it's summer coz ur girl hates the cold." Read on to see 5 ways Maisie Smith 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 Actually Enjoys Going To The Gym

While working out and hitting the gym might seem like a chore for some, Smith admits she actually likes it. "I'll be honest, I love going to the gym," she told New! Magazine. "It's my happy place where I can work on myself." Smith also admits that the lockdown did stunt her fitness. "In lockdown it was closed and I didn't do one home workout. I just couldn't be bothered."


She Has Her Own Fitness Program

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Smith started her own fitness program in 2017, called Results 4 Teens, which served to help teenagers and young people learn about exercise, health, and nutrition. "It all started with a couple of training sessions that I posted on Instagram which got hundreds of comments," she told The Sun in 2017. "It was then I realised that so many teens struggle with not only how to keep fit but also the confidence to join in group classes sometimes!"


She Loves Yoga

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Smith told The Sun in 2017 that one of her favorite ways to workout is doing yoga. "I have always loved keeping active, especially with yoga," she says. 


She Works With A Personal Trainer

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Smith, like many, works with a personal trainer, and she says that her trainer has educated her on ways to stay healthy. "Last year I met Cecilia Harris (celebrity PT) on holiday in Spain and we got chatting about ways I could get stronger and fitter," she told The Sun in 2017. Smith says that working with Harris was one of the reasons she decided to start her fitness program. 


She Lifts Weights

According to this photo on Instagram, Smith is a fan of strength training and using weights. In the photo, Smith is seen doing curls with 10 pound hand weights. She captioned the photo, "I'm not tensing, you are." "Your body fat percentage will increase over time if you don't do anything to replace the lean muscle you lose over time. Strength training can help you preserve and enhance your muscle mass at any age," says the Mayo Clinic.

Anna Bechtel
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