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Kate Hudson loves skipping

Kate Hudson’s trainer Nicole Stuart says that the “Almost Famous” star carries a skipping rope everywhere she goes to make sure she works out everyday.”She carries a skipping rope in her bag everywhere she goes, and if she only has a few minutes free, she’ll do some. Even just five minutes, four times a day ads up to an entire 20 minutes of cardio.”Kate would be the first to tell you there’s no magic pill or short cut and if you want a body like hers, you have to put in the work. That’s all there is to it,” Stuart told Look magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk.Hudson, who has sons Ryder, 10, from her marriage to Chris Robinson, and Bingham, three, with former fiance Matt Bellamy, knows it is important to set aside time to “work up a sweat” everyday.”She makes it a priority to take at least 20 minutes out of her day to work up a sweat, no matter how busy she is.”She’s very active anyway and loves things like dancing, yoga, boxing, hiking and playing tennis. But if she’s not doing that, she’s running around after her kids so there’s not a day goes by where Kate does nothing at all.”It’s not that she loves working out, it’s a part of her daily routine, like brushing her teeth and she’s got over that hurdle of not being able to make herself do it,” Stuart said. (IANS)

Jonas understands Malik’s exit from One Direction

Jonas Brothers star Nick Jonas says he can understand how the “pressure” from being in the boy band made Zayn Malik quit.Jonas can relate to the difficulties caused by being in such a hugely successful group with such an intense fan base and why those difficulties made Malik decide to leave the band on Wednesday, reports femalefirst.co.uk.Jonas is grateful he was in his band, which broke up in 2013 after eight years together, with his brothers Joe and Kevin, so no matter what happened with their career, they knew their family bond came first.In an interview with ‘Entertainment Tonight’, Jonas said: “It’s a lot of pressure. I think that my situation was really unique, I had family with me. I feel like it is a tough world already, and I was thankful to have family and walk through it with them, but it’s all about how you balance it, and trying to implement a few moments of normalcy and quietness in a really crazy ride.”The 22-year-old musician has sent a message of support to Malik, the rest of One Direction — Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne — and the group’s fans, in the wake of Malik’s departure.”I feel for the fans, and totally understand fame as well and what he’s going through, all the best to all of them,” added the “Jealous” hitmaker.Malik, 22, revealed he decided to leave One Direction after five years, during which time they became the biggest pop band in the world, because he wanted to live a normal life. (IANS)

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