Considered one of the hottest fashionistas of today, Blake Lively also has an enviable figure that helps her show off her unmistakable, fabulous style – one that requires zero effort on her part.
In a recent interview with more! magazine (cited by the Herald Sun
), Blake explains that, even though she lives the enchanted life of a Hollywood star, at the end of the day, she's just a normal girl, with insecurities and the occasional moment of low self-esteem.
She differs from most normal girls though by not having to invest any kind of effort into maintaining her amazing figure.
“I have insecurities like any girl. I used to be really shy and unconfident. I hated being tall. Walking the red carpet is so scary, so I pretend to be Marilyn Monroe – someone who owned […] projected this incredible aura of self-confidence,” the stunning actress says.
“I don't exercise, but I will start one day. I'm 24 now, so I guess I've been very, very lucky that it doesn't show that I like to eat. I should probably start working out I guess!” Blake continues.
As we also noted
on a previous occasion, Blake recently said that her favorite treat was cupcakes and that she never worked out, as hard as it might be to believe it.
She credited her amazing figure to good genes and youth, adding that she was aware she would eventually have to switch up her diet and overhaul her daily routine to stay in top shape.
For the time being, she's happy as she is.
In the same interview, Blake talks about fashion and how even she feels under pressure to look good.
“There's a lot of pressure to constantly find the best designer outfits. As a teenager, my mum was constantly after me to dress better. She encouraged me to dress up and discover my own style,” she says.
“I love fashion and shopping though, just like any girl,” Blake adds.
Blake can now be seen in Oliver Stone's big screen comeback, “Savages
,” opposite Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson, Benicio del Toro, Salma Hayek and John Travolta.