Rochelle Humes in Bathing Suit Says Hi From the Maldives
TV host and The Saturdays member Rochelle Humes recently enjoyed a beach trip with her family. "Every year I leave a little piece of my heart in this beautiful place," she captioned some photos, including some of her in a bathing suit. "Feeling truly thankful to have created some more memories with my little gang, life is so short and memories are SO important. I'll miss dancing on the beach when the sun goes down and not having to wear shoes……10 years ago @marvinhumes and I were in the same spot alone celebrating our engagement and now we are a family of 5." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Rochelle Humes 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 Avoids Extreme Diets
Humes told Heat Magazine that she once tried out a diet to lose weight, and she now never wants to do that again. "I've never been that person who's into dieting, because I can't sustain it. I did a diet once and it was awful and made me miserable – I would never do it again."
She Indulges Once In A While
Humes says to Hello! Magazine that she isn't afraid to enjoy her favorite indulgences. However, she does also say that she pays attention to what's in her food. "My theory is, if you've made it at home with love, how bad is it going to be? If it's not made with any nasties or additives, it's alright. I don't obsess over diet – life's too short to not eat the cake!"
She Eats Organic Food
Humes says to Hello! Magazine that she and her family eat a lot of organic food, because she likes to know where her food comes from. "I'm a fan of eating what you want as long as it's good for you and you know where it's from. I'm really into organic and healthy food, but I've never believed in eating no cards or no fat."
She Works Out With Her Kids
Humes told Women's Health that she loves to workout with her kids. Not only does it help her stay active, but she wants to encourage them to exercise and practice healthy habits. "I'm just trying to get them used to exercise being a part of life, whether that's walking the dog or doing a Pilates video on YouTube together," she says.
She's Confident In Her Body
In 2019, Humes participated in a live discussion for Women's Health where she discussed her approach to wellness and fitness. Humes says that she always tries to be confident in her body, and she wants her kids to feel the same way as they grow up. "Having two girls I am very conscious of having a healthy body image. My mum the other day said in front of my kids that she was going to go on a diet – and I don't want that around them, so I asked her to stop."