Natalie Pinkham in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Marriage"
British TV presenter (and Prince Harry's former confidante) Natalie Pinkham is enjoying a sun-soaked vacation in Dubai, UAE. Pinkham shared pictures of herself posing next to husband Owain Walbyoff in a red bikini—then pushing him into a swimming pool. "Marriage. No harm in reminding them who's boss, girls," she jokingly captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Pinkham 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!
Pinkham loves yoga sessions, and found it especially beneficial during her pregnancies. "I swear by pregnancy yoga – my instructor Zara from Love Yogi is a saint," she says. "It's so calming but challenging at the same time; a perfect interlude in a hectic schedule."
Pinkham says her husband helps keep her focused on a healthy lifestyle. "My husband is vigilant about diet and nutrition, which can be a bit boring – but I appreciate it really," she says. "I am determined to cut down on sugar; and he is helping me do that."
Running is part of Pinkham's fitness routine. "The benefits are overwhelmingly positive in the vast majority of people who run," says Raul Mitrani, MD, a cardiologist with the University of Miami Health System. "It lowers blood pressure, lowers heart rate, improves metabolism, delays diabetes, promotes weight loss, and prolongs life. If you could take all the benefits of running and put them in a pill, it'd be a best seller."
Outdoorsy Pinkham has spoken about love for the city of Austin, where she works as a presenter for Formula One. "People in Austin love yoga, cycling and being outdoors," she says. "I've tried wakeboarding on Lake Austin and that was incredible. It's the sort of place I can imagine myself living, and I don't say that about many places."
Balancing Motherhood and Career
Pinkham says balancing her career with motherhood is key to living a fulfilling life. "If you're passionate about what you do, you'll find a way of marrying the two," she says. "You do need the support of an employer to do that and a good partner in life. Nothing is easy in life, but there are ways of achieving it."