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Georgia Toffolo in Bathing Suit is a “Million Dollars”

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Reality star and TV presenter Georgia Toffolo is spending time in Kenya right now. And she’s got some amazing vacation fashion choices. Toffolo posted a new photo on Instagram of herself in an all red outfit, which complimented her pale skin and blonde hair perfectly. She wore a red swimsuit and a sheer skirt cover up. Toffolo captioned the post, “I’m always overdressed but who cares, I felt a million dollars (new motto).” How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Georgia Toffolo stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!

Toffolo broke down her daily routine in an interview with Getthegloss.com. She revealed that her mornings start pretty healthily, as she eats a healthy breakfast and likes to get moving right after. “I’m not big on tea or coffee, I’m a boiled eggs and soldiers’ type of breakfast girl, with a big slathering of marmite,” Toffolo says. “I then get grooving to the park and take my little crazy spaniel Monty for a big, long walk. It sets me up for the day in such a positive way.”

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Toffolo tells Getthegloss.com that she is a big fan of going to spin classes like Soul Cycle at her local gym. She says that she likes to go to these classes with one of her friends, and that she likes to go only on the weekends, because of how intense they are. “I go to Soul Cycle spinning with my friend Mikey Pearce, he owns a super cool vegan food company called Clean Kitchen. We’re VERY competitive at the classes so normally I’m exhausted afterwards. I stroll home through the park and then I’ll be found cuddled up on the sofa with a good book until further notice.”

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Toffolo has struggled with her acne and her skin all her life, and has been attacked for it on social media. She tells Glamour that she decided to open up about her struggles so people knew what she was going through and could relate to her. “I started to speak about my acne struggles on social media and in interviews and people responded really well to it. Celebrities are often perceived as these perfect beings but I didn’t feel like that and the more I shouted from the rooftops about my bad skin, the more people realized I’m just a normal girl with normal insecurities. I’ve actually found it very liberating. Besides, if anyone’s mean to me online, I remind myself that it says a lot more about them than it does about me.”

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While Toffolo has had her insecurities, she tells Glamour that she is starting to find acceptance in herself. “While my journey with my skin is still very much ongoing, and I’m yet to reach any conclusions, my perspective has changed. I’ve realized you don’t gain validation from other people just because you have perfect skin or hair, it comes from the inside and I feel brighter and happier since I made peace with, and begun to accept, my spots. I still wear makeup but I’m no longer hiding behind pot after pot of foundation or endless filters on Instagram. If only I could have told myself to accept my skin 10 years ago.”

Toffolo appeared on, and won, the popular British reality series, I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, in 2017. She told Hello! Magazine that the experience helped her make a lot of personal strides, specifically in not feeling the need to wear makeup all the time. “There’s lots of insecurities that I’ve dealt with after this jungle thing, like my skin, particularly. I’ve suffered for years with acne and apparently there was a real hoo-ha that I was allowed to take in makeup. Well, I’m not ashamed to say that, yes, I did wear foundation in there. I’m terribly self-conscious about my skin. I’ve been in tears about it many a time – my friends know how much I suffer. I have hidden behind thick, camouflage foundation for years. I found a strength within me that I didn’t even know I had. I’ve really surprised myself.”

Anna Bechtel

Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more