Jada Pinkett Smith Reveals Fitness Secrets at 43
"I think I'm more beautiful now than I've ever been," she said.
— -- It's hard to believe Jada Pinkett Smith is 43 and a mother of two.
The "Magic Mike" star opened up to People magazine about how she maintains her figure and what she does to stay in shape.
"We talk about diet a lot, we talk about exercise a lot, but what we don't talk about is our individual relationships with food. Food is the biggest obstacle for most of us to get to the body that we want," she said. "We start eating because we want our muscles more toned, that's more proteins."
The actress and wife of A-list star Will Smith said that for more energy, she eats more veggies.
In fact, the actress says she more confident now than 20 years ago.
"When I look at myself in the mirror, and I see the well-written up woman that I am, I am damn proud. I think I'm more beautiful now than I've ever been," she added.
Pinkett Smith also posted a picture last year, adding to her confidence and admitting she might have gained weight, which she liked.
"My girlfriend sent me this pic, and I could clearly see the weight I've gained which is about…8-10 pounds. I think I will keep it. I like being a lil…fuller;)" she confidently wrote on Facebook.
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