If you fancy the body of a supermodel, we’ve got you covered.
Some of the world’s hottest pin-ups have lifted the lid on their lockdown workouts and diet secrets.
Swapping runway frocks for leggings, these stunning celebrities have opened up their home gyms and kitchens to fans across the globe.
From gruelling home workouts to wholesome smoothies and balanced breathing, we look at how the world’s A-list beauties are staying in sparkling shape for when the catwalks reopen – without getting a hair out of place.
Kate shot to fame after appearing on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue in 2011 and was the cover model for the magazine in 2012, 2013 and 2017.
The mum from Michigan, US, keeps her fabulous figure using her own 12-week workout, Strong4Me.
Created with personal trainer Ben Bruno, it focuses on low-impact exercises in 30-minute sessions, using minimal equipment. Kate, 28, is “turning this time into an opportunity to better myself mentally and physically”.
She easily tops the cuteness stakes exercising with daughter Genevieve, one. Lunging with her in her arms, she says: “My baby girl is my favourite addition to my workout.”
Vogue favourite Cindy is known for her dazzling presence on magazines the world over, as well as her runway work and fashion campaigns for the likes of Chanel, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana and Christian Dior.
Since lockdown, she has been reliving her supermodel heyday of the 1980s and 90s – by posting her old workout videos on social media.
Cindy, 54, says: “While we’re all home and trying to keep up with Facetime workouts, I figured this might be a good time to bring all of my videos out of the archives.
“I still love Radu’s philosophy of working with what you have and pushing yourself.” She is also a huge advocate of healthy eating, helping her stay a slim size eight.
In one post, the US model treats us to a glimpse of her favourite home smoothie recipe – which includes almond milk, frozen bananas, spinach, mint and protein.
Naomi, 50, has been in the game since being scouted while window shopping in Covent Garden at 15.
So it’s no surprise the London-born model has a few tricks for staying in shape during lockdown.
She tells her YouTube followers about her supplements regime, and posts 45-minute workouts on Instagram with personal trainer Joe Holder. The daily sessions include bodyweight exercises, vibration plates and resistance bands.
Her chef Sean John recently revealed the model eats no dairy, gluten or chicken.
If you want to eat like a world-famous model, look no further than Chrissy Teigen’s Instagram.
The mum of two has a 25in waist and graced the cover of Sports Illustrated’s famed swimsuit issue.
She has an Instagram dedicated to her food cravings. She admits exercise can suffer if you’re a mum.
One post said: “Worked out for 5 mins today! Proud as, according to math, 5 is more than 0.”
Cara, who has spoken openly about struggles with her mental health, has turned to yoga to help her through lockdown.
London-born Cara, 27, says: “I’ve been using yoga to keep my body moving and my head clear during this crazy time.”
Speaking to yoga expert Colin Dunsmuir, who runs the classes Cara shares online, she told him how the sessions left her calm and “thoughtful but not overthinking”. Cara, 5ft 8in with a 24in waist, has been working with sports brand Puma to treat her fans to the live online workouts.
And the gentle moves aren’t too strenuous – she is seen in a cross-legged “easy pose”, stretching to her toes and deep breathing.
Australian Miranda rose to prominence in 2007 as one of the Victoria’s Secret Angels – renowned across the world for their jaw-dropping bodies.
And she has been using her time in isolation to prove that self-care is key to true beauty.
Every week Miranda has engaged fans with a Wellness Wednesday – making her own face masks, posting workout videos and showing off some of her favourite recipes.
She constantly encourages her viewers to get involved and reap the benefits for themselves.
Luckily, all you’ll need is a yoga mat and motivation, as most of the 35-minute sessions focus on body weight exercises.
For those with a sweet tooth she has also posted healthy recipes – such as vegan banana oatmeal cookies, using gluten-free flour, cinnamon, bananas and chocolate chips.
Showing off her body in a sexy bikini is all in a day’s work for a Victoria’s Secret model like Brazilian Izabel.
So it’s no wonder she makes her workout regime as rigorous as she possibly can.
From pull-ups in doorways to handstands on walls and solo-boxing, Izabel has been making the most of the opportunities around her home.
And it seems all the hard work continues to pay off – the stunning 35-year-old is 5ft 10in with an astounding 23in waist.
And Izabel is not about to let her followers off the hook either, telling them there are “no excuses” for not pushing yourself to train as best as you can – even during a pandemic.
The supermodel has previously revealed that she works out for an hour every day, using a mixture of Pilates, kickboxing, yoga, running and full-body resistance training.
She makes it all so appealing, even her friend’s young daughter wants a slice of the action.
While Izabel carries her on the treadmill, they share ab exercises and hip raises. Her adorable mini-me makes this workout seem like child’s play.