Pregnant Hilary Rhoda has credited virtual workout sessions for keeping her centred amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The model, who is perhaps best known for her work with Estee Lauder and appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, announced in January that she and her sportsman husband Sean Avery are expecting a baby boy.
But as the current health restrictions mean Hilary is unable to participate in her usual gym classes, she is enjoying taking in part in online versions.
“I’m taking extra precautions, being pregnant. I haven’t left the house except to take the dogs out, right outside of our apartment,” she told Allure magazine. “I’ve been doing Tracy Anderson Method streaming every day – I set it up in my kitchen – and Obe prenatal workouts. That’s what’s keeping me sane, trying to keep up with that routine.”
Hilary went on to share that she has been spending a lot of her downtime reading and watching the news on TV, and doing her part in curbing the spread of the contagious Covid-19 virus by staying indoors.
But the silver lining of the whole situation is that the fashion star is getting to have a lot more quality time with her husband, whom she wed in 2015.
“I do appreciate the time that we’ve had together and little things,” the 33-year-old smiled. “I like watching him shave his face. And taking the dogs for a walk at sunset. That’s become our big outing. We never would have walked the dogs together before. I’m like, ‘This is cute. This is nice.'”
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