Vogue Williams in Bathing Suit Shows Off Baby Bump
Irish model Vogue Williams is known for Dancing with the Stars and hosting the new series The Big Deal—as well as her incredibly fit body and her intense fitness regime. Williams recently showed off the results when she posted not one but two different beach photos on her Instagram story. How does the mother of two—with one on the way (with husband, reality star Spencer Matthews)—stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Vogue Williams 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 Worked Out Throughout Her Pregnancy
Williams has two children, and she says that she didn't let the struggles of pregnancy stop her from working out. "Once I was back training and being a bit more active, I felt really good," she told Grazia.
She Hikes With Her Family
Williams and her husband, Made in Chelsea star Matthews, like to do activities with their two kids to stay in shape. One of the things they like to do is hike. Williams posted this photo of Matthews and her kids in the middle of a walk on Instagram.
She Doesn't Do Any Exercise For Too Long
Williams says to Independent.ie that a big part of her exercise routine is variety. She says that she tries not to do any one exercise for too long. "You will never see me on the bike or treadmill for long periods of time; I just use them for one-minute sprints between sets."
She Avoids Extreme Diets And Products
Williams is outspoken about her dislike of extreme diets and weight-loss products. She encourages people to avoid those altogether and just focus on living a healthy lifestyle. She said to The Sun, "If you want to tone up and lose weight, move more and eat healthily. It's a slower process than a full on diet but the results show and last longer."
She Doesn't Deprive Herself
Williams tells The Sun that she doesn't believe in completely depriving herself when it comes to her diet. "I don't deprive myself of something if I really want it; I'll just be better the next day."