She’s more of a fashion fiend than a fitness one but Made In Chelsea’s Rosie Fortescue appears to be taking some tips from best pal, Millie Mackintosh.
If her latest shoot is anything to go by, Rosie, 26, has been following in her health pal’s footsteps and amping up her gym routine.
The reality TV star-turned-business woman showcases her incredibly taut tummy and toned legs in a new shoot for The Manual by PHOENIX.
Made In Chelsea’s Rosie Fortescue showcases the results of her gruelling fitness regime as she ditches her trademark look for an edgy athletic magazine shoot
Wearing figure-hugging leggings and revealing crop top, the aristocratic star proudly parades her body in the edgy shoot styled by Nini Khatiblou.
Ditching her trademark look, Rosie proves she can experiment with her style by wearing chic plaited pigtails, oversized hoops and trainers.
Her stomach is visual proof she’s been putting in the work at the gym recently as there was clear definition highlighting her abs.
However, Rosie’s commitment to staying in shape is recent, having previously admitted she was a couch potato before she started going to the gym twice at the end of last year.
She credits Millie Mackintosh and her twin sister for inspiring her to make the healthy lifestyle changes.
Wearing figure-hugging leggings and revealing crop top, Rosie displays her toned body in the shoot styled by Nini Khatiblou
Sharing details of what her workout sessions involve, she revealed: ‘[Me and my trainer will] start out with ten minutes of boxing. I love it’
Talking to InStyle earlier in the year, she said: ‘I think you have to be committed to it in order to give yourself time to learn to enjoy it. I got endorphins that I never had before. So now I go in stressed and I come out a better person.’
Sharing details of what her workout sessions involve, she revealed: ‘[Me and my trainer will] start out with ten minutes of boxing. I love it.
‘As we meet twice a week we might do legs one day and then an upper body workout another day. I do a lot of squats with weights and kettlebell swings. I’m naturally skinny so don’t need to do obvious cardio like running or working out on the cross trainer so I think weights is a really good way of toning and getting really strong. It makes me feel better about myself when I feel internally strong.’
Although the 25-year-old’s commitment to staying in shape is fairly recent, she likes nothing better than working up a sweat with her personal trainer
See the full shoot in The Manual, the exciting new digital monthly from cult London fashion and culture magazine PHOENIX. Available to download on Apple and Android tablets now