Kate Moss doesn't consider herself a ''gym bunny'' because working out used to make her feel ''ill'', although she has since changed her opinion.
Kate Moss doesn't consider herself a ''gym bunny''
The 43-year-old supermodel believes eating healthy is ''really important'', and though she ''never'' used to be an avid exercise enthusiast when she was younger because it made her feel ''ill'', she has since changed her ways.
Speaking about how her lifestyle has changed over the years to the Guardian Online, the blonde-haired beauty - who has 15-year-old daughter Lila Grace Moss Hack - said: ''Food is really important. I try to eat healthily. And I do cook, but not as much as I'd like to because I'm busy, but I cook a good roast. I do good breakfasts - eggs are my forte. I really enjoy food, proper food, but I do try to eat more healthily than I used to. I think as you get older you have to. When I was young I was so low maintenance I didn't have to worry. Not what I ate, not about anything really. My skin looks better when I eat well, too. Obviously if you eat all that grease, skin just doesn't look as healthy. I've really noticed an improvement since I've been more 'on it' with food - like eating salads and all that stuff - I never used to really eat salads. And now I'm like, juicing!
''I've never been a gym bunny or anything like that. I was always, like, 'UGH', it made me feel ill, but now I've actually started working out, I'm really quite into it. I'm at very early stages, but I've joined a gym and all that, and it's made me feel really good. I worked out for an hour every consecutive day for a couple of weeks and it was enough that I really started to see the benefits, which I'd never really done before. I always thought 'this is agony, I'm not coming back. This is torture'. But this time I just kind of pushed through. I honestly lost an inch off my waist in about 10 days. Now I really enjoy it.''
And the catwalk icon has admitted her skincare routine is ''really simple'' because she cannot be ''bothered'' to smother her face in lots of beauty products.
She explained: ''My skincare routine is really simple. I couldn't be bothered with loads of products and I'd get them all mixed up and not know what I was doing. I haven't got the time or the inclination to sit there for ages, putting creams on my face. I need it to be effective and quick. I've been to bed in my make-up on occasions but I wouldn't make a habit of it, not now. You can always tell the next day. It's not a good look.
''Regardless of whether or not I'm working, I just do the same thing all the time. I'll do a cleanser and a serum and a moisturiser and that's it. That's all I need. I'll sometimes do those gorgeous sheet masks while watching telly. I had one on last night for today. Like a good girl, in bed, with my face mask on for work.''
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