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Nicole Trunfio in Bathing Suit Has "Fun Adventures"

Sheโ€™s celebrating the latest milestone for her maternitywear company.

Things are looking up for Australian supermodel and actor Nicole Trunfio, who recently unveiled a new collection of her maternitywear brand, Bumpsuit.ย  And she seems to be spending time off beachside with her family, as in this Instagram pic of herself in a bikini with the caption, "Sunburn on day 1 and other fun adventures ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ’•โœŒ๐Ÿผ".ย  Trunfio, 36, launched her maternity label in response to the "lack of chic clothing options during her first two pregnancies with her son Zion and daughter Gia," Perth Now reported. She also celebrated a new billboard in Los Angeles on her Instagram feed. ย Read on to see how Nicole Trunfio 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 Has a Trainer

"For years I've tried to do Pilates, barre and the yoga, but I've realized that I need a trainer," she told Grazia. "I love weightlifting, I think it's good for your body," she added. "It's not so strenuous, but I just love it, I'm obsessed. I've never been so addicted to working out in my whole life!"


She Took a Break

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Trunfio did not work out for four months while pregnant with Gia and waited another six months after the birth to get back into her exercise routine. When she got back into it, it was for her own physical and mental health to care for her daughter and not so she could resume modeling.


She Eats What She Likes


"I don't deprive myself of anything," she told the Daily Mail Australia. "Tonight I was eating a meat pie, Coca Cola and M&Ms backstage." She added: "I love curves. I don't want to look like a stick figure. As a woman you have to embrace who you are."


She Boxed to Lose Baby Weight

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After the birth of Zion, Trunfio took up boxing to drop her pregnancy pounds. She posted the results on Instagram, with the caption, "Thanks to BOXING and determination I finally have my mind and body back after pregnancy and #postpartum baby brain (yes it is a thing) Here's to all the mums out there, it's hard work!"ย 


She Practices Self Care

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Trunfio takes time for herself, as in this Facebook post. "Perfect way to relax after body mind and soul pampering at #thelastresort in Bondi Beach," she said. "We all have stressors in our lives. What varies is how much we let the stressors stress us. What can we do? Yes, meditation works. The relaxation response works. Yoga works. But for those patients who stare at me blankly when I mention these, I talk about other calming activities. This can mean knitting, baking, walking, swimming. Anything quiet and peaceful, when one can take deep breaths and be calmly, enjoyably focused," says Harvard Health.

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