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Thursday 26 May 2016

Love Hewitt: I’ll always be young at heart

Published 01/03/2013

Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt has spoken about why she finds it essential to keep her physical body well maintained so that she is mentally and emotionally in good spirits.

The 34-year-old The Client List actress embraces her joie de vivre.

She credits staying physically fit with providing her with mental and emotional vitality.

Should Jennifer ever have children in the future, she would want them to adopt her approach to sustaining happiness.

“I know I won’t be young forever,” she told Shape magazine.

“But I want to show them that if you take care of yourself and have as much fun as you can for as long as you can, you will stay young at heart.”

Jennifer is well aware of the benefits of being physically fit while being with child.

It seems that with her biological clock ticking, the star is seriously pondering how her lifestyle supports family expansion.

“It’s important to be in the best shape of your life before having children,” Jennifer explained.

“Doctors say that doing that will make the pregnancy better and labour easier, and allow your body to bounce back faster. Being fit will help after they’re born too. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from watching my friends with their kids, it’s that you have to keep up with them.”

Jennifer claims that music on her iPod keeps her “in the right zone” while working out.

One particular tune lifts her spirits so much that she is obsessed with listening to it every day.

“[Katy Perry’s] song Wide Awake always gets me up in the morning,” she shared.

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