Our fun and fearless Bonds ambassador with Lorna Grey from Cosmo, caught up earlier this month to talk about her famous curves and to celebrate the new Bonds fitness range.
Iggy Azalea’s butt is a thing of wonder. Pervy? For sure. But we’re going there. We caught up with the Bonds ambassador to talk fitness, her butt (yes, yes, we ARE pervs) and having a love/hate relationship with her bod. Here are 5 surprising(ish) things about Iggy’s
1. “I HATE the gym. It’s really hard for me to feel motivated when I’m in there by myself, and when I go with a friend, we seem to just chat and not
actually do any work. I have two horses, so I normally go riding for about two and a half hours each day. I love horse riding. It takes a lot of
2. “I’m really bad at making sure I eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s something I’m trying to fix. It can actually be so hard to make
you take care of yourself. You just get so busy that, by the time you get to the end of the day, you realise you maybe skipped the last three meals?”
3. “Horse riding definitely helps keep my butt firm. I think it’s really hard to keep my thighs toned – I’m sure a lot of women have the same struggle.
It’s just a constant battle of cellulite that gets worse each year. So it’s good to ride horses because you stay in the squat position for
a long time, which helps keep the lower half of your body toned.”
4. “My friends give me a LOT of body confidence. We’re all totally different body types, and heights, and shapes – it’s awesome! When we go shopping
together, and you try something on, and they tell you, “you look hot!”, you definitely believe them. Especially when I’m criticised for what
I’m wearing. If my friends tell me my outfit looks good, it always boosts my confidence. It’s really important to have a group of girlfriends
around to make you feel good.”
5. “I definitely have a love/hate relationship with my body, like every other woman in the world. Some days I absolutely love
my body and then other days I pick it apart and feel self-conscious about it. Especially my legs and my butt! Which is funny because they’re
probably the most celebrated parts of my body. And then there are days where I just don’t want to put on a bikini, at all. It tough to always feel confident, I mean, women’s bodies fluctuate a lot. So it’s been an ongoing learning process for me. When I was younger, I tried some modelling
and I got criticism about the size of my hips and my thighs, which I saw as a negative. But then I started to feel like I got attention because of that, and it became something that I liked about myself.”
You can check out the full interview here!