Amanda Holden has revealed that while she isn't a "slave" to any fitness regime, she does have a secret to staying motivated with exercise.
The TV star, 52, runs four miles three times a week, practices Kundalini yoga and does body weight workouts to "build core strength".
Speaking to The Times, the mother-of-two insisted that she trains for herself and not to please anybody else.
She explained: "I am not a slave to any beauty or fitness regime because I love food too much. I eat cheese and butter and I love a drink."
Holden continued: "But the deal I struck with myself was I have to run for my rosé wine in the summer and run for my red wine in winter.
"And I don’t do it because I feel I have to; I do it for my own discipline and dignity.”
The presenter revealed that she does the Nordic-inspired workout 'The Viking Method' to stay in shape.
Created by trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir, it involves doing bear crawls, squats and boxing-type movements.
The Heart radio host also shared her time-saving beauty trick in the morning to ease the 5am starts to present her show.
She said: "I go to bed in my lashes. That alone saves me divine minutes each morning."
Holden joked that when she first became a judge on Britain's Got Talent judge, in 2007 at the age of 35, she "looked terrible".
She said: "I looked awful. But I soon learnt by watching the stylists – and also the wardrobe budget got bigger.”
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