While her slim frame is often declared “body goals” by fans, many believe Kate Wright’s latest pics are simply too good to be true.
The TOWIE star has been accused of digitally manipulating her waist to make it appear slimmer than it naturally is after she posted two enviable photos of herself dressed in black on Instagram.
Yesterday, the 24-year-old shared an image of herself posing in a fitted velvet dress which appears to wrap around her waist, while highlighting her décolletage.
The image was quickly littered with comments like “Her bod is insane” and “Need that waist” but many social media users remained unconvinced that Kate’s trim figure was actually her own.
One user wrote: “Naturally beautiful and great figure there was no need to photoshop your waist (sic).”
To which Kate replied: “I don’t photo shop any of my photos thank you (sic).”
A second picture was posted to the same account days earlier and shows the reality star in a Halloween inspired outfit.
Again, Kate’s waist is the centre of discussion in the photograph’s comment section.
Victoria Beckham has divulged the secret behind maintaining her trim figure – Gwyneth Paltrow!
The fashion designer, who recently celebrated her wedding anniversary, has said that the actress inspired her to use Tracy Anderson's training method, with some serious results!
Victoria explained: "I had dinner in Los Angeles with Gwyneth Paltrow. I said that her body looked amazing and she introduced me to Tracy Anderson. I started when I was pregnant with Harper. It is very challenging."
The mum-of-four has previously said that she runs four miles every day and uses bee pollen for a youthful appearance.
Well, it looks as if it is working as the forty year-old looks incredible!
The gorgeous Katy Perry dished the details of her workout regime during a recent interview.
What’s your favourite workout and what does your typical exercise routine look like? do you work out with a trainer or take fitness classes? how do you get fit fast?
When I can, I prefer to get my exercise outside – hiking or bike riding with friends, or even Soul Cycle. When I have to go to the gym, I use a trainer. He has me start with a 5-minute run/walk, then a 10-minute warm-up, then we’ll go into 2-3 full-body exercises with weights, then 3-4 muscle group-specific exercises (shoulders, abs, legs). He has me constantly moving. After all these exercises, we’ll end with cardio.
What motivates you to workout and how do you stay confident? what do you love and hate about working out?
I need to work out to keep my stamina up for singing and dancing at my shows. I love feeling stronger and clearer-minded after a workout, but I HATE mornings.
What songs do you listen to when working out? what’s been inspiring your most recent songs?
I usually take that time to listen to the new records coming out. Lately, I’ve been listening to Drake, Lorde, Sky Ferreira and HAIM. The songs on PRISM are inspired by self-reflection.
What are your favourite post workout snacks (food and drinks)? what’s your indulgence and how do you stop junk food craving?
After a good workout, I reach for barbecue popchips when I want a salty snack. Hydrating is incredibly important, that’s why I prefer water over sugary sports drinks. My junk food cravings hit me in the form of chicken nuggets with a variety of dipping sauces. I curb my fast food attacks by having constant costume fittings