Princess Maria-Olympia floats in the air in her swimsuit. The Greek princess flaunts her incredible figure in a bathing suit alongside Poppy Delevingne in one of her latest social media posts. “In the clouds,” she captioned the beautiful series of Instagram snaps. How does she stay so fit? Read on for 5 ways Princess Maria-Olympia stays in shape and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrities in Swimsuits Ever!
“I’m going to train in waves,” Maria-Olympia said Tatler about her approach to fitness. “Right before the lockdown I lived in New York and became obsessed with SLT (Strengthen – Lengthen – Tone) – it’s like Pilates on steroids. Then everything changed and I started teaching Pilates at home.”
Maria-Olympia is now “just obsessed with running around Hyde Park,” she told Tatler. “I used to run my dad’s dog in New York — he’s a German Shepherd. I’d go around the Central Park reservoir, that’s a good half hour.” According to the Mayo clinicRunning is great for cardiovascular health, muscle building and weight loss. “For every mile walked, the average person burns about 100 calories,” they say.
While Maria-Olympia eats healthy most of the time, she has a few guilty pleasures. “I like Chinese food,” she said The Zoë Report, revealing her hack for a puffy face due to sodium. “My mom used to tell me, ‘Give me a bowl of ice cream.’ So I always have to have ice cream to de-puff my face,” she said. In another Instagram post, she revealed her go-to sweet treat. “She told them to eat cake, but I prefer ice cream.”
Maria-Olympia also likes cycling. Here she is with a designer bike in Paris. “It was a Louis Vuitton men’s road bike!” she said Telegraph. “It was very high. I was also wearing a little skirt.”
Maria-Olympia reveals that her mother taught her manners at a young age. “It wasn’t that bad. My mom cleverly made it a game for us. Whoever had the best manners got to choose what the meal would be on Tuesday or whatever. We were all very competitive and kids always want a Anyway, we inspired the book by our bad behavior! Just kidding,” she told the Telegraph.