Scherri-Lee Biggs in Bathing Suit Says "It's Been a Big One"
Scherri-Lee Biggs made a name for herself in 2011, after she was crowned Miss Universe Australia. She's since gone on to have a successful career in modeling, hosting, and dancing. Biss just shared a new set of snaps on her Instagram celebringing 2023. In them, Biggs and her fiance, footballer Daniel Venables, enjoyed a beach day. She wore a black swimsuit and a Tommy Jeans bucket hat. She captioned the post, "Almost a year to the day we were in this exact spot. It's been a big one… but 2023 is set to be bigger." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Scherri-Lee Biggs 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 Removes All The Things Clogging Her Skin
Biggs opened up about her wellness in an interview with Women Fitness. She says that when it comes to skincare, her main focus is unclogging pores and removing other dirt. "I use mostly Image skincare products. I like something that's going to work for my skin. It's hard when you're working a lot, because TV makeup is very heavy and can clog my skin, so I like to use products that firstly remove as much makeup and dirt as possible and that repair and renew my skin."
She Loves Pilates and Boxing
Biggs also talked about her favorite exercises in her Women Fitness interview. "I love Pilates," she says. "Having had a dance background and having that muscle memory, Pilates is my go-to exercise. The slower and more precise, the better. I also love to hit up a bit of boxing. It's great to get out some energy and frustration."
Biggs tells Women Fitness that she likes to cook a lot of her own meals. "I'm lucky, because my Mum was always a great cook, and healthy too. So I'm pretty good at whipping up a tasty healthy meal in the kitchen. I think the best things is to add as much colorful veggies to your plate as you can, eat good fats and steer away from processed carbohydrates."
She Believes In Moderation
Biggs makes sure to eat healthy. However, for her, that doens't mean putting herself on a diet. "I don't believe in strict diets," she tells Women Fitness. "They never work for me." Biggs also says that she practices moderation. "I do believe that moderation is key though… I love some cheeky dark chocolate and a glass of red on the side."
She Has Support
Biggs tells Chats with Pav that she has a strong support system behind her. She also says that these people helped her get through a rough time. "I went through disordered eating for some time. But it's nice to kind of, I guess look back now. And luckily I had the strength and support of family members and, you know, a good female support network as well, which is something that I'm very passionate about."