Kimberley Garner is looking into the camera lens in her swimsuit. The Made in Chelsea star shows off her phenomenal figure in a red, white, and blue beachwear look in one of her latest social media posts. She captioned it, “eye contact.” How does the 32-year-old stay so fit? Read on to see 7 of Kimberley Garner’s top diet and fitness tips for staying 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!
The swimsuit designer mixes up her workouts. “I do a mixture of Zumba and Ballet. Zumba is a great way to stay in shape and is also really fun, I go with a girlfriend each week and it is such a giggle, we find we are dancing around all evening after it. I also do Ballet once a week, its very relaxing and great for core strength,” she told Women Fitness.
Kimberley eats her heavier meals earlier in the day. “I was always taught the old saying, breakfast for a king, lunch for a queen, and dinner for a popper. Its so important that girls eat right, but not worry too much about it,” she told Women Fitness.
Kimberley loads up on nutrients via veggie juice. “I have started loving Green Juice as an alternative to coffee, its made up of lots of healthy green vegetables, its not the most yummy thing, but really makes me feel so well. Running around in London can be so busy and its a great way to get some vitamins,” she said.
Kimberley eats healthy most of the time but allows herself to cheat on occasion. “I have always had a real sweet tooth, I love my sweet treats and feel that life is too short to not enjoy yourself occasionally,” she said.
Kimberley stresses the importance of self-love. “It’s hard, because every girl feels shy and insecure at times. No one is ever perfect and it’s so important to just feel beautiful in your own skin and that will shine through.”
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