Age-defying Sonia Kruger, 56, admits she can no longer ‘survive on pizza and champagne’

Age-defying Sonia Kruger, 56, admits she can no longer ‘survive on pizza and champagne’ as she reveals the secrets to her incredible physique


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She is known for revealing her enviably toned physique in the most stylish of ensembles.

And age-defying Sonia Kruger, 56, admitted to The Sunday Telegraph that she can no longer ‘survive on pizza and champagne’ as in her younger years.

The Voice presenter, who welcomed her first child, daughter Maggie, in 2015, said she is now taking a more “measured approach” to health and fitness as she gets older.

New approach: Age-defying Sonia Kruger (pictured), 56, admitted to The Sunday Telegraph she no longer 'survives on pizza and champagne' and has changed her view of health since she's gotten older

New approach: Age-defying Sonia Kruger (pictured), 56, admitted to The Sunday Telegraph she no longer ‘survives on pizza and champagne’ and has changed her view of health since she’s gotten older

“We continue to learn about our bodies as we age. I now know that I need to sleep well and eat healthy,” Sonia told the newspaper.

“There were days in my younger days when I would never cook because I was always outside and survived on pizza and champagne, but now I’m taking it a lot more measured,” continued the star of the 1992 film Strictly Ballroom.

Elsewhere in the interview, Sonia said that on occasion she can’t live without salmon, nuts, broccoli, cherries and hot chips because she’s “only human.”

Aging Beautifully: “There were days in my younger years when I would never cook because I was always outside and survived on pizza and champagne, but now I’m taking it a lot more measured,” continued the star of the movie Strictly Ballroom. 1992.

All about balance: Big Brother's host, who welcomed her first child, daughter Maggie (pictured) in 2015, can't live without salmon, nuts, broccoli, cherries and hot chips as an occasional treat, because she's 'only human'

All about balance: Big Brother's host, who welcomed her first child, daughter Maggie (pictured) in 2015, can't live without salmon, nuts, broccoli, cherries and hot chips for occasional treats because she's 'only human'

All about balance: Big Brother’s host, who welcomed her first child, daughter Maggie (pictured) in 2015, can’t live without salmon, nuts, broccoli, cherries and hot chips as an occasional treat, because she’s ‘only human’

The Channel Seven star also noted the importance of getting a good night’s sleep and making sure she works out first in the morning.

Sonia echoed the same thoughts in an interview with The courier post back in april, revealing that while she eats veggies, salads, and protein, she still treats herself every now and then.

“You have to give yourself little treat days and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that,” she said at the time.

Occasional treat: Sonia echoed the same thoughts in an interview with The Courier Mail in April, revealing that although she eats vegetables, salads and protein, she still gives herself the occasional treat

Occasional treat: Sonia echoed the same thoughts in an interview with The Courier Mail in April, revealing that although she eats vegetables, salads and protein, she still gives herself the occasional treat

Occasional treat: Sonia echoed the same thoughts in an interview with The Courier Mail in April, revealing that although she eats vegetables, salads and protein, she still gives herself the occasional treat

Stance: 'You have to give yourself little pampering days and there is nothing wrong with that,' she said at the time

Stance: 'You have to give yourself little pampering days and there is nothing wrong with that,' she said at the time

Stance: ‘You have to give yourself little pampering days and there is nothing wrong with that,’ she said at the time

Sonia also revealed that a morning workout at home is her regular routine.

“Then you’re done and you’ve got it out of the way and you don’t have to worry about going to the gym and being seen by people in public,” she said.

The TV host also admitted that she’s not a big fan of exercise, but “loves how she feels afterwards.”

Home workouts: Sonia also revealed that a morning workout at home is her regular routine. “Then you’re done and you’ve got it out of the way and you don’t have to worry about going to the gym and being seen by people in public,” she said.

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