Southern Charm's Olivia Flowers in Bathing Suit Shares Special Selfie
Olivia Flowers is red hot this summer! The Southern Charm star flaunts her incredibly fit figure via her latest Instagram post, wearing a bright scarlet swimsuit while lounging on a boat. How does the 30-year-old model-slash-former-production assistant-slash-new reality star maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 5 ways Olivia Flowers 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 Is Family and Friend Oriented
Olivia may have turned into a celebrity overnight after pairing up with Austen Kroll on Southern Charm, but the gorgeous blonde is still incredibly family and friend oriented. Her Instagram feed is filled with photos of her parents and siblings as well as her friends, who keep her grounded despite her sudden rise to fame. "Make a list of activities you'd like to try together and hang it somewhere the whole family can see," suggests the Mayo Clinic. "Instill the importance of forming strong relationships by being kind to your loved ones. Kids will learn that giving — not receiving — can create real happiness. Schedule regular virtual time with loved ones who are not in your household."
She Drinks Wine
Olivia is a fan of vino. She recently traveled to wine country where she enjoyed the sips and sights. "You had me at merlot… and Napa. Definitely had me at Napa. Beautiful time, wine, food & company," she captioned his photo.
While Olivia hasn't divulged much about her workout routine, she maintains an incredibly active lifestyle outdoors. One of her favorite calorie-blasting activities? Hiking. When she lived in L.A. she enjoyed going on hikes in the many canyons.
Olivia also enjoys another activity that Southern California is famous for: Skateboarding. You can often find her rolling around on her skateboard on social media. "Who you calling squid?" she captioned this snap.
She Drinks Green Juice
Olivia's diet is all about balance. While she loves drinking green juice, she also indulges in junk food on occasion. "Don't let the green drink fool you…I like long romantic walks down every chip aisle," she captioned this image of her nutrient-dense drink. "Fresh veggies are a perfect smoothie addition — they're an awesome source of vitamins and minerals with very few calories," says the Cleveland Clinic. "Spinach and kale are great in smoothies. They're low in sugars and calories and provide more iron and protein than fruit does. They're also bursting with fiber, folate and phytonutrients such as carotenoids, saponins and flavonoids."