JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers of The Bachelorette have been busying themselves with putting together their wedding details. (And fending off those pesky breakup rumors — these two are going strong!) By now you know that for many brides, wedding prep includes a bridal workout plan to get their bods wedding-gown ready — and the former Bachelorette is no exception. Fletcher is tackling ye olde pre-wedding diet and we've got all of them yummy deets!
Although no one should ever feel pressured to lose weight for that walk down the aisle, countless brides want to spend some time before their wedding getting healthy — whether it's to feel confident in their curve-hugging wedding dress or to just start off married life on the right foot. And it turns out that Fletcher is no different, living the healthy lifestyle ahead of her and Rodgers' big day. But the woman is working with quite the head start!
"Dieting is hard for me," Fletcher admitted to Us Weekly this summer. "I love food too much... I love Mexican food and truffle mac 'n cheese — anything cheesy!" But this bride-to-be was already working hard to eat healthier even before that Neil Lane engagement ring was slipped on her finger!
"I cook more now that I'm getting older because you can't eat out every single day," she said. "It's easy to grill a piece of chicken and steam broccoli. I eat healthy and then I'll have a cheat day." And Fletcher is staying active, too. (No surprise there, right? She really did work those bikinis on The Bachelorette destination dates!). "I do a lot of cardio, like the StairMaster and spin classes," she said, adding, "I'll take my dog to the park and run with him. That counts!" And we're betting her fiancé is now third-wheeling on those doggy dates! (Hey, grooms-to-be gotta exercise too!)
Since getting engaged on the ABC franchise, the reality show sweethearts made the move from Tennessee to Texas to move into their nearly-wed nest in Dallas and recently spent some quality time in California, sharing some sweet snaps of their trip on the 'Gram.
Can you say mini-moon goals?