Phoebe Spiller in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Beach Days"
Phoebe Spiller was a contestant on the hit reality series, Love Island Australia. She also has a large presence on social media. Spiller shares a lot of revealing photos. She just shared a new bathing suit shot on Instagram. In it, Spiller and a friend sunbathe in Parsley Bay. She captioned it, "Beach days." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Phoebe Spiller 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!
Spiller spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is go swimming. She shares a lot of photos on Instagram of herself by the water. Spiller shared this photo of herself at the ocean in Bronte. She captioned it, "You know the drill." She also shared this photo of herself at the Bronte Baths. She captioned it, "Not bad for the middle of winter."
Another outdoor activity Spiller likes to do is bike ride. While on a trip to Santa Monica, a few years ago, she made sure to go on rides by the beach. She shared these highlights from the trip on Instagram. In one photo, Stoller is seen biking at dusk. She captioned it, "Forever my happy place."
She Hangs Out With Friends
Spiller has a lot of friends, and she likes to do different activities with them. She shares a lot of highlights on Instagram. One thing her friends like to do is go boating. Spiller posted these photos from a boat trip in Sydney. She captioned it, "Few of the greatest."
She Wants To Break Stereotypes
Spiller wants to break away from sexist stereotypes in society. She opened up about this in an interview with 9Now. "So many things have progressed and I feel like it's becoming less of an issue," she says. "But I still get really offended when I hear guys say certain things like, 'Oh, she's a s–t, she's slept with this many people'."
She Calls Out Haters
Being a reality star means Spiller has to deal with haters. However, she has no time for them. She tells 9Now, "Come on. It really agitates me. What I do with my time and my body has nothing to do with anyone else but me." "A person's level of confidence and self-esteem typically follows a bell curve. It gradually rises during the late teen years, peaks during middle age, and tends to decline after age 60, according to a 2010 study of people ages 25 to 104 in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology," says Harvard Health.