‘The secret is training while you’re pregnant’ Emma Willis reveals how she maintains her figure

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  • Emma Willis has revealed the ‘secret’ to her incredible figure after giving birth to three kids.

    Presenter Emma, 40, stole the show at this year’s BRIT awards with her svelte shape and knock out dress.

    Hosting the event with fellow presenter Dermot O’Leary, everyone was talking about her fabulous figure.

    Now, in a Facebook Live chat with The Mirror, Emma has spilled her secrets on how she manages to keep in shape.

    According to the mum-of-three, consistent training is the key, including exercises during pregnancy.

    She said, ‘The secret is training while you’re pregnant to get you in shape way before you give birth.’

    Emma also commented on being a slightly older mum, giving birth to her third child at 40.

    ‘Being 40 and pregnant with my third child, it’s no surprise that the cellulite on my legs got out of control. When even my mum noticed it, I knew I had to get a trainer.’

    And it’s a personal trainer that keeps Emma motivated, with a mix of workouts and a good ‘natter’ in the gym.

    ‘I have been training a lot recently. I do all over body workouts, HIIT classes, boxing and lots of leg and back work.’

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    ‘I have a bit of a dodgy back so I’m trying my best to to keep it strong. Lots of squats and dead lifting. A friend of ours is a trainer so he trains me.’

    Emma shares her three children with Busted lead guitarist and husband, Matt Willis.

    The pair have been married for nearly nine years, tying the knot back in 2008. Together they are parents to Isabelle, seven, Ace, five, and Trixie, 10 months.

    Emma has opened up in the past about her feelings on motherhood, saying how positive her life has been since expanding her brood.

    Speaking to Now magazine before the birth of her third child she said, ‘Things started to go really well for me as soon as I had kids. Sometimes, interviewing people, I would feel so intimidated and nervous.

    ‘But when you’ve had kids it gives you confidence – you think, ‘I’m a mum. I’m not scared. If I can raise a human being, I can f*cking do this!’

    Do you have any secrets for getting your pre-baby body back? Share them with us in the comment box!