“I like to run for about an hour and I’m big into working out with girlfriends. It’s an acquired skill, being able to discuss your love life, children and friends—all while you’re running! But we have mastered it.”
Her daughter is almost identical to Reese! It’s crazy. Well I guess not completely crazy seeing as theyre quite closely related..
Speaking of which (completely off topic…did anybody watch the latest episode of Gossip Girl!??!? “Tell me one thing, was it a boy or a girl?”) I can’t wait until the next ep!
Back to Reese, here are the pics, Enjoy them!
This is old news now but I’ll still post it to the site because perhaps some of you readers out there in cyberspace may not have heard about it. A few A-list celebs have revealed they replace meals with baby food in order to lose weight. Here’s an exerpt from Marie Claire.
A-LIST STARS are going mushy over the latest diet craze to hit Hollywood – eating jars of baby food.
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Marcia Cross are among the celebrities who are spoon-feeding themselves with toddler tucker.
The idea of substituting one, and sometimes two, regular meals a day for the tiny fruit and vegetable meals originated from New York fashion guru Hedi (Heidi) Slimane.
The 39-year-old French-born designer, who has just left Dior to launch his own line, is said to have first coined the phrase ‘baby eating’ by sticking to baby food for days on end to maintain his slimline figure.
A-listers are snapping up the vitamin and mineral-rich snacks from organic ‘designer’ labels such as Earth’s Best, which are now being sold in the healthfood sections of high-brow supermarkets.
Jennifer Aniston believes the ‘purer, nutrient-packed, gluten-free’ pots help to maintain her trim figure; Reese Witherspoon told a US TV show she’s careful not to crash diet on infant food and makes sure to have one adult meal a day; while Marcia Cross ditched junk food snacks for baby food to keep hunger pangs at bay.
‘There’s nothing wrong with anyone eating baby food,’ LA-based nutritionist Dr Marty Edwards tells the Sunday Express. ‘It’s nutritious and delicious as a snack.
‘But adults require a minimum daily calorific intake, so it would be absolute folly to dine only on these little jars. Substituting them for chips, crisps or burgers as a healthy snack alternative does, however, make a lot of sense.’
Here’s your average Hollywood mum out hiking with the kids. Reese is looking pretty fit.
81. Sandra Bullock says that it’s all about training yourself to eat better. "I really changed myeating habits from pizza and diet coke to something like a piece of chicken and vegetables," she confesses.
80. After battling with anorexia, Christina Ricci admits she has to keep a close eye on how she loses weight. These days she says she allows herself the odd chocolate fix and just "five minutes a day to be insecure" about her appearance. "Going through the day being selfconscious," she says, "is not fun."
79. Matthew McConaughey is all about the action. "Work up a sweat at least once a day. That’s my rule," he says. Oh, and the toothbrush trick, of course!
78. You need energy to work out, says Emma Bunton, who advocates getting the right nutrients to keep you going, but "in smaller portions".
77. Reese Witherspoon opts for a frozen yoghurt rather than calorie-laden smoothies.
76. Hilary Duff says she sticks to a strict diet of lean proteins and vegetables to keep her in shape.
75. Singer Rihanna says that as soon as she stopped skipping meals and started eating four healthy meals a day – she lost weight almost instantly.
74. Cameron Diaz drinks a vegetable broth before dinner to fill her up, and chews on sugar-free gum to reduce cravings for lollies and sweet foods.
73. Owen Wilson swears by asparagus and parsley because they repress hunger and reduce bloating.
72. "When the waiter puts bread on the table, I immediately – and without hesitation or thought – dump my entire glass of water on it," confesses Uma Thurman.