If you're naturally thin or naturally curvy, you shouldn't try to become otherwise through heavy dieting and strenuous workouts. This is the best piece of advice that glamor model Kelly Brook, famous worldwide for her killer curves, would offer women.
In a new interview with Look
magazine, the British stunner, who has recently launched her own range of vintage-inspired swimwear, says ladies should strive for health and not for an ideal of beauty imposed on them by our society.
She offers her case as an example: she too tends to want to be skinny
but she is aware that becoming that would mean going against the way her body was built.
Kelly is curvy, has always been that way and will continue to be so. Instead of trying to be stick thin as other stars, she's best embracing her perfect hourglass figure and just focus on her health and happiness.
“I love my body
. The curvier I am, the happier I am. I think that’s true of most girls. The heavier I am, the more I like my [breasts] and bum, and the happier I look,” Kelly says.
This happiness comes from accepting that there is no using changing her body to be like millions other women.
“Some girls are naturally skinny, others are bigger. My body is a big part of my identity,” she adds.
Come to think of it, Kelly is happy she's curvy because, if she were skinny, she could not wear the clothes she fancies so much.
As if that wasn't enough, she also gets to enjoy life and all its little or bigger pleasures. Food is important
, Kelly stresses – just as important as working out to stay healthy is.
“I can eat what I want in moderation and I don’t have to exercise religiously. I’m just sensible and healthy, and I never sit still for long!” Brook gushes.
“I’d rather eat and have [breasts], a bum and a bit of overhang than be really skinny and have sad, saggy [breasts] and a flat bum. You have to make a choice and then love yourself,” she concludes.