Sienna Miller

Even Sienna Miller Has Body Insecurities, Part 2

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“I’m lucky I’ve got a good metabolism. I’m very grateful for that. But I’m not toned at all. I think I’ve reached an age at 27 where it’s time for me to start working out a bit. I can’t get away with it any more.

“I used to be quite firm and tiny and, as I hit 25, things started to change. Now I’m 27 I’m noticing more changes – bare legs at the top and back is not a pretty sight. I’m lazy and if I wear clothes, it’s hidden well.

“I don’t feel like a beauty icon. I get pretty insecure and have the same insecurities as everyone else – sometimes more because there is more focus put on me.”

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  • BlackEssence

    Trust me, after 25, mother nature has NO love for you. It took me a bit of weight gain and droopy butt to realize that she, mother nature, has left high and dry. I have to work out twice as hard and keep an eagle eye on the foods I intake.

    Just hit 30, good gosh, what now? lol

    • Crystal

      The same thing happened to me! I was always thin and thought I was going to stay that way 🙁 Now I have to run at least twice a week and have stopped eating ice cream every other day like I used to. Well at least nothing has drooped on me yet.

      • mays

        Oh no. I hope you still eat ice cream even if it’s not every other day.

        • anabel

          I’m 19, I work out like 2 hours every day (except when I’m ill, which I rarely ever am) and never eat ice cream.
          How is some occasional running and a couple of days without your favourite treat so difficult to live with?
          I think working out regularly is normal at any age.

          • Elena

            Everything is good in moderation. Working out too. And 2 hours per day, every day, is too much IMO. Why refusing an ice-cream after 2hours of working-out? I used to do the same, punishing myself for every little piece of chocolate with extra 2 hours of working out(after the daily 2 hours) and ended up anorexic. So try to keep a safe moderation.

          • mahe

            i don’t like working out too much because when u stop your body will be twice as hard on you. i have siblings that workout alot and i have noticed that the moment they stop weight piles on really quickly even quicker then i gain weight and i exercise to but just not as long

          • anabel

            I was anorexic, in fact. I eat enough for my level of activity, I just eat really healthy. I don’t wanna damage my body any more, but keep it active and fueled. Exercise is my hobby now, rather than a burden. But it’s not easy recovering, I couldn’t find eating ice cream pleasurable nowadays.
            So I know what you’re talking about.
            I’m just surprised some people (including Sienna Miller) just start working out as soon as they notice they have a harder time staying slim. I think people don’t really look all that good when they’re slim but untoned.

    • sassy

      I dealt with the post 25 thing, too, but having consistently kept up my workouts, especially weight training, I am in the BEST shape of my life at 31. Just step up your game, lift heavy and often and watch what you eat and 30s can be the best body of your life!

    • Kae

      I’m 35 and in the best shape of my life after having a baby. Working out and eating well has become a lifestyle because it never gets easier. We’re all aging as we speak (or write) so why slow down the process by being good to your body. It happens to all of us!

  • Elena

    I think she looks terrific here. I love her and her style. If she wants to work out for her health, it would be really great, especially when your life is so chaotic like hers, with all those parties, drinks and smoking. Working out a few times per week, would keep a small balance in her life.

  • if she thinks her body is “not a pretty sight”, then I should just go live in a hole in the ground.


    • sassy

      Yeah, pretty ridiculous!

  • Vicky

    I think her vanity and insecurity are kind of ridiculous to be honest. She isn’t even thirty yet. It’s even worse when really beautiful people with fairly good bodies say these things. The average person must be monstrous to behold.

  • ms_benes

    I didn’t start noticing changes until I was fifty. Maybe doing yoga all these years has kept me in shape. I’m still in a size four but I’ve noticed that things fit differently.