She spent the coronavirus pandemic at her North London home with husband Justin Scott and children Bobby, five, and Cole, three.
And Kimberley Walsh made the most of her free time at home, admitting that she wore ‘barely’ clothes when closing, opting for bikinis and sportswear instead.
The 38-year-old Girls Aloud star opened quality time with her family after stopping production for her new musical Sleepless amid the pandemic.
Freedom: Kimberley Walsh certainly made the most of her free time at home, admitting that she wore ‘barely’ clothes when closing, opting instead for bikinis and sportswear (pictured in March)
To talk with The mirror, Kimberley shared how amid the high temperatures of the past few months she barely felt like getting dressed and spent most of her time in swimwear.
She told the publication, “I hardly wore clothes! My sister laughed every time she saw me: “Do you ever put on clothes?” But it didn’t make much sense.
“It was boiling hot, so I was like, ‘I’m going to get a tan! “I lived in bikinis or sportswear. I drink my coffee on the balcony, do a workout, take a shower, put on a bikini and play outside with the kids, water fights or whatever. ‘
However, there was a downside when it came to her quiet dressing, as her lack of clothes meant cooking wasn’t fun at all.
Bikini babe: The Girls Aloud star, 38, opened quality time with her family after stopping production for her new musical Sleepless Amid The Pandemic (pictured in May)
She continued, “I’d even cook in a bikini. Honestly, it’s not much fun when you’re splashed by hot fat. I realized it’s not the safest way to do, but I thought it was a fun holiday feeling. ‘
The theater star added that since she usually sees herself dressed in her work, she thought it was a ‘novelty’ not to have to wear clothes and ‘really enjoyed it’.
Earlier this month, the mom-of-two revealed that she and Nicola Roberts “went wild” in good friend Cheryl’s yard once the restrictions on the lock worsened.
In an interview with Lorraine Kelly on Good Morning Britain, the musician emphasized the importance of keeping in touch with friends and family amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Comfort: Kimberley spoke in The Mirror, telling how amid the rising temperatures of the last moves she barely realized the usefulness of dressing and spent most of her time in swimwear
Choice of clothes: ‘It was boiling hot, so I was like’ I’m going to get a tan! “I lived in bikinis or sportswear,” she confessed
The Promise hitmaker explained how she kept in touch with her bandmates Nicola, 34 and Cheryl, 37 through Zoom, and admitted she couldn’t wait to meet them again for the first time in over 14 weeks once the COVID 19 guidelines slightly lifted.
Kimberley told the host, “It is important to maintain that connection with close friends and family.
“It was nice to see them in real life, it’s been so long. I saw Nicola recently, it was lovely to see her and she isolated herself bless her. ‘
The theater actress confessed to the trio being released as soon as garden visits were allowed, saying, “And once the lock restrictions were lifted, we went straight to Cheryl’s. We spent a lot of time in her garden! ‘
Life lock: ‘I drink my coffee on the balcony, do a workout, take a shower, put on a bikini and play outside with the kids, water fights or whatever,’ she added (pictured with her family in 2019 )
‘It was beautiful’: Kimberley recently revealed that she and Nicola Roberts ‘went wild’ in good friend Cheryl’s garden as soon as lock restrictions eased earlier this month
The media personality also shared how she found UK’s new normal with husband Justin and their sons Bobby and Cole.
Kimberley said, “I’m not going to lie when I first got the news that we were going to lock and I should go home, I thought,” Ah! ‘
“You are worried, how are we going to entertain two energetic boys in the house for so long. But the weather was great and we spent a lot of time outside as a family.
“Homeschooling was challenging, but it worked and it wasn’t as hard as we thought it would be.”
Close: During Good Morning Britain, the musician emphasized the importance of keeping in touch with friends and family during the pandemic (pictured last year)