Stunning Belgian beauty, Stella Maxwell, dazzled at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016 in the magical City of Lights, Paris. She catwalked the celebrated runway in a bejeweled sheer Swarovski crystal-strewn outfit, stunning everyone with her presence.
Maxwell took to Instagram and requested her fans to stay tuned for the airing on CBS. She posted, “Don’t miss the #vsfashionshow 5th Dec on #CBS @victoriassecret.”
The model had a runway debut in 2009, and later appeared on the covers of popular magazines like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. She has recently been crowned as the World’s Most Beautiful Woman by Maxim magazine. Many of her fans were amazed at her enviable physique as she catwalked in the annual fashion extravaganza.
In an interview with Hello Fashion she said, “The wings are so exciting.” She continued, “Every time I put them on, it gives me a little shiver up my spine.” The supermodel also loves performing with all other Victoria’s Secret Angels and said, “You’re walking to the best performers, you’re in amazing lingerie and every girl just feels so good.”
It isn’t easy being crowned the World’s Most Beautiful Woman as much hard work is needed to stay super fit. The key to staying in shape is through fitness and Maxwell definitely knows this. How does the World’s Most Beautiful Woman workout? What does her daily diet plan look like? Are you curious? Keep reading and find out.
Stella Maxwell’s Workout Regimen
The model likes to follow a dedicated workout regimen which includes weight training, toning, and lengthening muscles. She tries to work out on creating lean muscle. She also works out with her personal trainer and includes a lot of handstands in her routine which helps to increase her core strength. She believes in changing her workout routine and said, “It’s good to not let your body get too used to your routine.”
She starts her day at 6:00 a.m. with a 20-minute meditation. Later, she heads to the gym and works out on stretching and cardio. She prefers doing yoga which helps her to relax, and also ends her day with a 20-minute meditation. She said, “Generally, I think training like an Angel is about balance.”
The Victoria’s Secret Angel loves to post updates on Instagram. For example this photo which is captioned, “Namachill @ home 2night.” The photo shows the model practicing yoga at home.
Another photo posted by Maxwell was captioned, “In the upside down.” This workout pose is splendid, and shows super balance.
Her glutes workouts includes squats and exercising on the stairs. The model enjoys hiking, exercising with other people, and enjoys a good game of tennis or badminton.
Stella Maxwell’s Diet for the VSFS 2016
Maxwell believes in healthy eating and keeping hydrated. She follows a semi-vegetarian diet and has been trying to cut out meat. She said, “I think the key with diet is balance.” She also doesn’t eat processed sugar. Her typical daily diet plan is as follows:
Breakfast: Eggs, cereal, and avocado on toast with a little bit of chili and lemon, and cereal
Lunch: Salad with some chicken, fish or some other protein
Dinner: Generally, she prefers eating out and heads to vegan and vegetarian restaurants in New York
Go-To Health Drink: Smoothie
Favorite Foods: Ferrero Rocher chocolates, hamburgers, and fries.
The atmosphere at the annual extravaganza was sizzling. Many fans will anxiously tune in to catch the best models in intricately designed lingerie. Many fitness admirers will be waiting to catch a glimpse of the World’s Most Beautiful Woman, Stella Maxwell. To stay super fit like the Belgian bombshell, you can try adopting her healthy lifestyle.
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