- Diane Kruger steals the show in new photos from Paris Fashion Week.
- The actress, who is 46, showed up in an 80s-style mini dress that showed off her incredibly strong legs.
- Diane is a huge fan of strength training and has done serious work to get strong for her various movie roles over the years.
Diane Kruger is currently taking Paris Fashion Week by storm. The 46-year-old actress walked the Schiaparelli show in a matching ’80s-inspired jacket and mini dress with a matching beret. While Diane looked super fashionable, the whole look also showcased her super sculpted legs.
“It’s like a very posh Fran Drescher,” she said WWD of his gaze. Diane also shared her look on Instagram, as it was just too good not to post. “Ahhhh couture…I’ve missed you so much…beauty, creativity…dreaming again ❤️ Bravo @schiaparelli ❤️❤️❤️ @jonathan_huguet,” she captioned the photos.
Diane credits her super strong legs to dancing. Diane was a ballet dancer before becoming an actress, but her ballet career ended when she broke her knee at the age of 13, The variety. And for her role in the ballet film JoikaDiane was invited to give ballet lessons in New York alongside a Russian teacher and former prima ballerina.
Diane is also very fond of strength training, which helps her build muscle. Through her strength exercises, Diane said she “witnessed my body change.”
“I was naturally skinny when I was younger, and I did a lot of ballet and ballroom dancing, so I didn’t train traditionally,” she shared with W.H. in 2021. “But by the time I hit about 32, I felt my metabolism change. That’s when I thought I had to train so I could eat whatever I wanted. – and I dreaded it.”
After giving birth to her daughter with partner Norman Reedus in November 2018, Diane said she started working out 30 minutes a day, walking, doing an elliptical or doing a squat routine with five pound weights.
And just six months later, she was training for her action movie The 355, which required her to train for five weeks before filming began. These workouts included two-hour workouts each day. Specifically, Diane trained in combat with boxing drills and kicks, as well as wrestling, grappling, and basic gymnastics. However, Diane didn’t stop there. She also added running to her routine.
“It was exhilarating to get back to training, lifting heavy, kicking higher and trusting my body,” she told WH.
When it comes to refueling, Diane is all about protein first and foremost. “I try to eat organic, but I’m not obsessed with food,” she said. The new potato. “Poached eggs with avocado on multigrain bread for breakfast, some sort of salmon dish for lunch, nuts as a snack during the day, and maybe chicken or veal for dinner with veggies and wine red.”
Diane is also a fan of oysters, fries and white wine.
And she’s quite the cook. “I love Ina Garten. Recently I went to the Today and she was the guest before me, and finally after all these years of being a fan, I got to meet her and I almost freaked out,” Diane shared with City and countryside. “I have all her cookbooks and to this day for Christmas dinner I make her lobster bisque as a starter. I love how she created her own world, I love her aura, and her dishes are just a staple in our house.”
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One thing Diane can’t live without? Vermouth.
“A martini has always been my favorite cocktail when I go out. During the pandemic, Norman, my partner, started learning how to make it and he really found his calling,” she confided. T&Cs. “He’s invited behind bars to whip up the perfect martini; he’s just excellent at it.”
Kudos to that, Diane!
Emily Shiffer is a former digital web producer for Men’s Health and Prevention and is currently a freelance writer specializing in health, weight loss and fitness. She is currently based in Pennsylvania and loves all things antiques, cilantro, and American history.