Kelly Brook is an English model, actress and television presenter best known for her role in the 2010 horror comedy remake, Piranha 3D, and in the NBC sitcom, One Big Happy.
Born: November 23, 1979 (age 35), Rochester, United Kingdom
Height: 1.68 m
Siblings: Damian Parsons, Sasha Parsons
Parents: Sandra Parsons, Kenneth Parsons
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The actress, who is also the first non-American brand ambassador for Skechers trainers, has clearly embraced the healthy Californian lifestyle, working out regularly and sticking to the Atkins diet since the beginning of the year. “I’m a curvy woman; I don’t mind having boobs and a bum and I’ll never be super-skinny. But this year I want to get fitter, healthier and become more aware of what I was putting in my body,” she says.
she maintains a balanced diet, leads an active lifestyle and gets top advice from skincare expert, Nichola Joss, whose clients include Keira Knightley, Scarlett Johansson and Cate Blanchett.
While many will turn to crash diets in the New Year, Kelly says that she never diets because she’s not disciplined enough and enjoys regularly snacking on biscuits. ‘I have porridge or boiled eggs for breakfast. I love tea and coffee and could drink them all day and snack on biscuits, but I eat fruit if I’m trying to be healthy.
‘I also eat a lot of fish, for lunch and dinner. I love sushi or I’ll have a tuna Niçoise salad or salmon steak. I like to make lots of healthy soups in winter, too.’
To keep her body toned Kelly snubs excessive exercise, and says that it’s more effective to adopt a little and often approach.
‘I must have good muscle memory. I appreciate that a lot now, because I know some people find it harder to see results as they get older.