Rosie Fortescue is the kind of friend every one needs in their life.
She’s a fun loving girl’s girl, loyal, full of whit but most of all – totally and completely real. Her straight talking ‘no BS’ attitude on Made In Chelsea is what has made the nation fall in love with Rosie – and if any one messes with her friends, they’ve got her to answer to.
And when she’s not filming the show, Rosie is killing it in the fashion world with her own clothing line available at Lipstick Boutique and posting daily updates on her style blog that is packed with endless beautiful outfit inspiration.
Being the nosey person I am, obviously I had to ask Rosie about her drool worthy food posts and grueling work out videos which I’m sure her 359k followers on Instagram will know all about.
Read on to see how she stays so motivated to move, what her day on a plate looks like and her top health foodie spots to eat in Chelsea…
Hi Rosie! You seem to be killing it at the gym lately… Got any motivational tips for those of us who *ahem*… may need a little push to go?
Thank you! I actually genuinely enjoy going to the gym now and find it a huge stress relief. Don’t get me wrong some days it’s hard to get the motivation but it has become part of my life now and find it’s extremely good for both my mind and body health.
If you had to choose 3 key moves to achieve that stronger body, what would they be?
Squats are a big part of my workouts, whether it’s squat jumps or with weights, there are lots of ways to mix it up. Boxing is great for coordination and all over toning. I also love it for stress relief! Press ups are great for upper body and arms and I am currently perfecting my pull ups!
I’ll take note! Now talk foodie to me…What does your typical day on a plate look like?
For breakfast I try to mix it up as I can get so bored of eating the same thing. Ill make scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and avocado, or granola with vanilla coyo and a chopped banana, or my favourite when I have time, egg and banana pancakes. For lunch I might have a chicken salad or some salmon with quinoa and salad. I’m normally in a rush not not something that inventive but I love to make sure I cook warm food in the evening. A steak with sweet potato chips is my go-to.
I couldn’t live without peanut butter, vanilla Coyo, Booja Booja coconut ice cream, cheese and guacamole.
So you live in the wonderful land of Chelsea… Where are your top places there to eat?
Hally’s in Parsons Green is my go-to for brunch on the weekend and it has a juice bar opposite that sells the most amazing banana bread! Colbert is a treat for lunch during the week and Eight Over Eight solves my sushi/thai food cravings in the evenings. Kurobuta is also insane.
Quote you live by?
”Enjoy every day as if it’s your last.”
PREACH IT SISTER. Thanks for chatting Rosie!
Thank you Sophie!