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Rumer Willis in Bathing Suit Shows Off Her Fabulous Figure 

Here’s how the celebrity spawn stays in shape

Rumer Willis is celebrating her pal's birthday in a swimsuit! The 33-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis steamed up social media this weekend, sharing a tribute to one of her friends while also showing off her fabulous figure. How does the Dancing with the Stars alum keep herself so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Rumer Willis 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!


Fit Does Not Equal Skinny

"I look at myself and I'm like, 'I'm fit! I should be able to do this!'," Rumer told People in 2015 when she was prepping for Dancing with the Stars. "Then I'm like, 'No you're not, you're just skinny. You should be at the gym working your legs and working your abs and your back.'"


She Stays Away From Gluten, Dairy, and Red Meat


Rumer attributes her fabulous figure to her diet. "I don't really eat dairy, no gluten, and I don't really eat red meat," she told People. "It's half the reason why I'm in the shape the way I am."  Her diet involves chicken, leafy greens, and avocados.


She Has a Few Cheat Foods


"I have a gnarly sweet tooth and I eat a lot of Haribo gummy bears. It's my thing," she told People about some of her cheat foods. "French fries are my guilty pleasure," she added. "I'm such a snob for fries – [I] hunt and search for all the best fries places ever!"


She Struggled During the Pandemic

Like many people, Rumer struggled during the pandemic. In an "appreciation post" for her body, Rumer stressed the importance of celebrating ourselves. "Not because we lost weight or we are a certain size or because we have a rare moment when a photo looks "how we think it should to be accepted by mainstream," she said. She opened up about how the pandemic made it all harder. "My body does so much for me and works so hard for me. But more often than not the only thing it hears it what is wrong with it. What is lacking or what there is too much of. I am a fault of this all too often. Being in quarantine and struggling to find a new routine and not using food to find comfort when you are stuck at home all day is hard. Finding discipline to workout from home and eat healthy is hard and it's ok not to be perfect, I'm certainly not," she continued. "What is important is to find ways to be happy where you are at and not make being a perfect size or weight or hair color or body shape some goal that you can only find happiness and acceptance of you reach it. Because you will never be happy if that is the case because there will always be something wrong. When we look in the mirror or at a photo we usually just go to all the things 'wrong' not the unique beauty. I had a moment today after I worked out and I took this picture and I tried just for a moment to just see all the amazing things and not my 'perceived flaws'. I took a moment to acknowledge myself and my body and how much it does and I said thank you for being just as you are and even just for today I release the idea that to be beautiful or desirable you have to be anything other that what you are right now."


Dancing Is Her Favorite Workout

In an interview with E! Online she explained why she likes dancing so much. "I don't like standing on a treadmill," she explained. "I like doing things that actually serve a purpose. To me, running on a treadmill, that seems so monotonous and I'm not working towards anything, so at least when I was dancing, I felt like, I'm doing something that's going to give me something back. It's not just for the sole purpose of trying to make my body look a certain way." 

Leah Groth
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