Tamara Ecclestone in Bathing Suit Sounds "Hot Mumma Alert"
British model and socialite Tamara Ecclestone stunned in a new bathing suit photo. And she didn't even post it. Her husband, Jay Rutland, posted a new beach photo of the two of them on Instagram. He captioned the photo, "Hot mumma alert," tagging his wife. Read on to see 5 ways Tamara Ecclestone 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 Dessert
Eccleston tells the DailyStar that she tries to eat healthy each day. One of her ways of doing so is avoiding sweets, particularly desserts. She says her typical lunch and dinners respectively, are, "Grilled chicken, brown rice and vegetables – but no dessert. Steak, vegetables and definitely gravy – but again no dessert."
She Eats Healthy Snacks
Ecclestone says that she does snack during the day, but she makes sure that she's eating healthy things when she has a hankering. She tells the DailyStar that her favorite healthy snacks are, "Almonds a few times a day and an apple around 3.30pm/4pm."
She Avoids Extreme Diets
Ecclestone says to the DailyStar that she isn't a fan of extreme dieting. She says that she just focuses on eating as healthy as possible, and treating herself occasionally. "I don't believe in faddy diets because I eat well Monday to Friday and feel really healthy. At the weekends I will eat what I want, within reason, and if I'm going to have French fries, popcorn or chocolate it would be always be at the weekend."
She Keeps Healthy Foods In Her Fridge
Ecclestone tells the DailyStar that she makes sure to keep a lot of healthy foods in her fridge at all times. She says that she makes sure to buy, "Diet Coke, water, wine, rye bread, butter, chicken breasts, carrots, salad, fruit, vegetables and eggs."
She Doesn't Stress About Her Body & Weight
Ecclestone tells Fabulous magazine that she doesn't stress about her weight anymore, and this change came from having her daughter, Sophia. She says, "It used to be something I thought about more, but since Fifi there are so many more important things than body and weight. Truly, it's the furthest thing from my mind. I just want to be healthy. I spent my 20s all about juicing this, that and the other, and now it's not something I lose any sleep over."