Fans have had a peek at Martine McCutcheon’s current family vacation as she relaxes in Turkey with her husband Jack McManus and their son Rafferty.
The former EastEnders star is taking advantage of the warm weather at the well-liked vacation spot Bodrum, and she hasn’t wasted any time in posting a number of social media posts from the port city.
On Thursday, Martine, 46, uploaded photos from the crowded market in the neighborhood where she and her lone kid Rafferty, 7, bartered for discounts.
Just hours after traveling to Turkey from the United Kingdom, the actress and singer revealed as much in the captions of her most recent posts.
We’ve arrived in Bodrum, she wrote. So far, I really like it! The surroundings are breathtaking, the people are warm, and today’s weather was absolutely perfect. With a cool breeze, it is hot.
“We’ve been real visitors today, and I enjoy the lively vibe, the amazing stores, and the even bluer water!” So far, so fantastic.
The actress complemented the comment with a selfie of herself and Rafferty perusing curio shops, as well as a picture of her small kid beaming at the camera.
Martine recently flaunted a black bikini for her Instagram followers as she got ready for her vacation. Martine has been posting about her weight loss progress on social media.
She captioned her photo, “Finally booked our vacation! I’m eager to see the sea! Whoop! It’s time to pack the bikini, sunglasses, flip-flops, and sun hats.
As she opened up about her health and maintaining a healthy weight in February, Martine said it had taken her “such a long time” to figure out what worked for her.
The Love Actually actress said in an interview with OK! magazine that she didn’t like to talk about her weight but explained how she keeps in shape by eating according to the 80/20 rule.
Regarding her physique, Martine admitted that it hasn’t always been easy for her to find a healthy eating regimen that suits her. The actress emphasized the significance of simply being the “best version” of herself.
I think it takes a lot of effort to figure out what your unique recipe is, she remarked. It has taken me a very long time to sort through all that is available and do what is best for me. Therefore, it’s not as easy as simply embarking on a crazy diet.
“I just think it’s extremely crucial to empower women to simply be the best versions of themselves,” the author said.
She went on to describe her diet, saying, “The 80/20 rule is what works for me.” I will eat primarily nutritious proteins, fruits and vegetables, organic and vegetable juices, and Flora ProActiv spread for eighty percent of the week. Afterward, I’ll have sweets 20% of the time.