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Hayley Hasselhoff's swimsuit confidence

Published 04/09/2015

Hayley Hasselhoff
Hayley Hasselhoff

Hayley Hasselhoff thinks it's important to have a good relationship with food.

The 23-year-old beauty is the daughter of Baywatch star David Hasselhoff and is forging a career for herself in the fashion industry. Coming in at a UK size 16, Hayley is happy to flaunt her fuller figure in an array of flattering pieces, especially swimwear.

"Being a model, I'm used to getting dressed in front of people. So getting into a swimsuit is easy peasy for me," she smiled to British magazine Closer.

"You can't label someone as healthy or unhealthy based on their body type. There are so many different bodies out there. I've never been fazed by the idea that you have to look a certain way to fit into Los Angeles, even though it's so body-conscious and health driven."

Hayley feels lucky to have a great group of friends and family, who praise her curves and view her as beautiful no matter what size she is.

Having an hourglass figure comes with maintenance too and the blonde star follows a healthy diet to look fabulous, like eggs for breakfast and chicken salad for lunch.

"I'm not a picky eater so there aren't certain foods that I love or hate," she added. "I just tend to have whatever I fancy in that moment. It's very important to understand your relationship with food and know that what we put in our body is to nourish it."

Living in LA proves challenging for picking up food while out, so Hayley makes sure she keeps snacks in her car to graze on. Eating between meals is important for her, as she doesn't like depriving herself of food when hungry.

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