Sophie Piper in Bathing Suit Says "Let's Go to the Beach"
Sophie Piper first made waves in 2020 as a contestant on Love Island. Since then, she's built up a large Instagram following. She shares a lot of gorgeous photos of herself on her page. Piper recently shared a new set of photos of herself posing on the beach in a pink bathing suit. She captioned the post, "Let's go to the beach." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sophie Piper 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 Supports Other's Choices
Piper is all about supporting other women and the choices they make. She tells Grazia that while she personally wouldn't get plastic surgery, she'd support others who do. "It's your own body, you can do what you want to," she says. "I wouldn't have surgery myself; I don't want it. I've got such a low pain tolerance as well; I'd be squirming around."
Piper spends a lot of time at the beach. Naturally, she likes to go swimming as a way of staying in shape. Piper posts a lot of photos on Instagram of herself in the water. She shared this photo of herself floating on her back. Piper captioned it, "Float like a butterfly."
Swimming isn't the only water activity Piper enjoys doing. She also likes to paddleboard. Piper posted this photo on Instagram of herself kneeling on a board in the water. Paddleboarding has a lot of benefits. It can help with balance and arm strength.
She Rides ATVs
In late 2021, Piper took a trip to popular Dubai. She made sure to share some highlights on Instagram. One thing she did was go ATV riding. Piper shared this photo of herself on an ATV in the desert.
She Loves Avocado Toast
Piper makes sure to eat healthy. One food that she enjoys is avocado toast. She shared this grid photo on Instagram, which includes a slice of avocado toast. Piper captioned it, "Sunday morning." Harvard Health reports avocados have a lot of benefits. "Avocados are a good source of fiber, and contain more fat (the good kind) than carbohydrate, so are popular on lower-carbohydrate diets such as with diabetes. Their heart-friendly fats do not increase blood cholesterol, which can provide satisfaction on a traditional cholesterol-lowering diet that is often low in fat and cholesterol. It is one the highest-fat plant foods, making it a popular inclusion in vegan and vegetarian diets. The slightly earthy but neutral flavor of avocados works well in sauces, salad dressings, sandwiches, baked goods, salads, and grain dishes to add richness."