Ever wonder what a Victoria’s Secret model does to stay in tip-top shape?
Jessica Hart — who has strutted the runway at the outrageous Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show — shared her some of her secrets with Stylecaster.
She even divulged parts of her diet regimen.
On the day she spoke with Stylecaster, she said that she consumed “hot water with lemon, fresh grapefruit juice, organic granola, yogurt, fruit, and coffee with milk” for breakfast.
For lunch, she had chicken paillard.
She ate almonds for a snack.
She also shared some of her health food staples — and none of them require a fancy chef or an unlimited supply of cash.
She said her go-to healthy drink is water, and her go-to healthy meal is what she called a “classic salad.”
Her favourite healthy snack is “celery and carrots with hummus.”
She told the website she keeps her kitchen stocked with olive oil, eggs, and hot sauce — which definitely can make for an easy, high-protein breakfast.
She didn’t divulge all of her workout secrets, but she said that she “[prefers] to keep mixing it up.” This is a common practice for models; supermodel Molly Sims explained on Glamour that mixing up one’s workout routine is the way to avoid fitness plateaus. (It’s also a great way to avoid getting bored.)
Hart did admit her guilty pleasures — pizza and pasta. In fact, her Instagram account proves that’s true:
Even models have weaknesses.
Victoria’s Secret is notoriously picky about the models it hires.
The select few “Angels” are a core part of the brand’s marketing plan and help it control more than 30% of the global lingerie market.
The models train vigorously — especially before the big annual fashion show.
In addition to working out constantly, many models say that diet is a key part of their strategy to looking good.
Here’s a look at what they eat.
Elsa Hosk chowed down on an aci bowl with kale, spinach, banana, blueberries, hemp milk, vegan plant protein, toasted coconut, and pollen after a workout. She put brain octane oil and grass-fed ghee in her coffee.
But she claims she eats In-N-Out during Victoria’s Secret photo shoots.
Hosk also indulges in Swedish food.
But don’t be mistaken — she eats healthily before she works out.
Martha Hunt has avocado toast with an egg on top.
Taylor Hill has an egg on toast with some salad on the side for breakfast.
Lily Aldrige eats steak, sweet potatoes, and green tea.
But she also indulges in bouillabaisse.
Adriana Lima might have told The Telegraph that she just has protein shakes in the weeks leading up to the big fashion show, but just a few months ago, she was chowing down on some Brazilian fish stew.
Candice Swanpoel said on Instagram that this — pizza and beer — is “what happens when your shoot wraps at 1 a.m.”
Kate Grigorieva is not afraid to indulge. Yes, that’s pasta — she eats carbs.
“I don’t restrict myself from any food in my diet; I think it’s all about balance. I’m also very lucky with my genetics and metabolism,” Sara Sampaio said to Vogue. Maybe that’s why she’s here with a ton of sweets at The Sugar Factory!