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LeAnn: The couple that sweats together!

Published 23/04/2015

LeAnn Rimes
LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian marked their fourth wedding anniversary in a somewhat unusual way – with a joint SoulCycle class.

The couple married on April 22, 2011 and this past Wednesday marked their fourth year as man and wife. But instead of heading for a romantic meal or to the movies, the 32-year-old songstress and her 41-year-old actor spouse decided to work up a sweat in the gym.

“Started off our anniversary w/ a @soulcycle class#thecouplethatsweatstogether @EddieCibrian,” LeAnn tweeted.

The country singer has been a fan of SoulCycle spinning classes since the beginning of the year, and likes to attend with her husband whenever possible.

The stunning blonde has been criticised for her very slender physique in the past, but has bulked out in recent months to obtain a healthier appearance.

Previously, LeAnn credited Pilates, dancing and circuit training for helping her stay slim.

“I also love boxing to get rid of stress and tone my entire body,” LeAnn told America’s Star magazine. “But lately, I mainly work out when I can. Mostly that’s consisted of walking miles through airports and performing high energy 90-minute shows every night while on tour!”

She also revealed that while her figure has changed in recent years, she knows it will continue to do so in the future.

LeAnn and Eddie have been trying for a child together, and the singer is well aware that her body will change once again if she falls pregnant.

“My body will continually change with stress, contentment or whether I’m busy or not,” she said. “Hopefully also one day when I’m pregnant!”

LeAnn is stepmother to Eddie’s two sons Mason and Jake.

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