Brie Bella says ''staying active'' has helped her have a ''great pregnancy'', as she is expecting her first child with Bryan Danielson later this spring.
Brie Bella says ''staying active'' has helped her have a ''great pregnancy''.
The 'Total Divas' star is expecting her first child with her husband Bryan Danielson this spring, and has said her active lifestyle - which sees her enjoy sports such as hiking - has helped her ''feel so good'' whilst she's still carrying their unborn daughter.
She said: ''I've really gotten into hiking. I think being in Arizona I'm lucky to have the desert and all the mountains. I was heavily active into Barre and I kept going, but in my first trimester, I all of a sudden was in Barre class and I'm like, 'I don't think I can keep up.'
''You have to be really careful, which I want to be. I don't want to like body slam anyone through tables. But it's nice to stay active. It makes me feel so good and I feel like that's why I've had such a great pregnancy.''
The 33-year-old reality star added that she usually hikes three or four times a week, and will then hit the gym in between for slightly lighter workouts.
And Brie also admits the one unhealthy pregnancy craving she's been having is bagels.
She added to E! News: ''I can't stand ice cream or pickles, but I love bagels and fruit. If you give me bagel every day, I'm just in heaven, so I guess it's carbs.''
Meanwhile, Brie recently revealed she has already decided on the name for her little one when she arrives, opting to call her Birdy.
She said: ''We're having a little girl, and her name will be Birdy Joe Danielson. Joe, her middle name, is after my grandfather - his name was Joseph, and he meant the world to me.
''Birdy is because my husband and his whole family are B's. And he married me, a B too, so his one request was that our kids have B names. I didn't realise how hard it was to find girl B names, but we both came across Birdy and knew that was it!''
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