Madelyn Cline posted some snaps from a shoot with South China Morning Post on her Instagram Story this week.
- In the pics, the actress showed off her long, strong legs and a peek of her core in a cut-out corset top.
- Madelyn gets moving on set, whether that’s doing pullups or running around during shots.
The actress, 25, shared shots from her high-fashion photo shoot for South China Morning Post, where she was modeling a bunch of different looks. First up, a stunning black leather corset top, then a beaded cut-out top that showed off a peek of her strong core, and finally a chic off-the-shoulder gown. In all the shots, she looked super strong and was giving off seriously confident vibes.
“I’m late I loved this shoot Thank you @scmpnews ❤️🔥,” she captioned the photos. Madelyn’s friends and followers were definitely on the same page, and they were shook by the shots. Her co-stars Madison Bailey commented, “With no warning? I’m 💀”, and Carlacia Grant commented, “Ooowweeeee”.
If you’re wondering about her health and wellness routines, you should know that Madelyn is all about strength and confidence. Case in point: She showed off her impressive upper arm strength back in February, when she shared a video on Instagram of herself crushing some pullups while on the set of Outer Banks. She knocked out three strong reps, and people couldn’t be more impressed.
Madelyn also previously told Interview magazine that she feels like filming Outer Banks is equivalent to a workout. “I get very sweaty. It’s a fun show, we have a good time shooting it. It is very physically demanding and emotionally taxing,” she said.
When she’s not on set, she still likes to get her body moving outside. And one of her favorite activities is horse riding. One of her first jobs was working in a horse barn, and she told Vogue, “When I’m riding, I feel very centered.”
Some of Madelyn’s fave foods include coffee and tiramisu (which she enjoyed during her interview with Vogue), as well as oysters (which she likes to have with her new boyfriend Jack Guthy, per WWD.) She also shared with Harper’s Bazaar, “I’m a simple person. I love a good dinner party with friends. I love a glass of wine with ice in it. I know that’s bad, but that sounds so good right now!”
For Madelyn, finding balance is her goal when it comes to specific wellness routines. She previously shared with Women’s Health that she suffered from an eating disorder as a teen. “When I was younger I did struggle with eating disorders, specifically when I was a teenager. I think I was around 16 when I started working out a lot,” she says. “I would wake up every morning at 5 a.m. and I would work out for 30 minutes. It was super rigorous cardio every day.”
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Thankfully, Madelyn’s family aided in her recovery. “My mom was a wonderful help in that. She would stand there in the mirror with me and we would list out things that I liked about my body,” she says. “After that repetition those things became solidified in my mind. I like my curves, I like my hips, and after a while I started to love my body. I became so much happier.”
You’re amazing, Madelyn!
Emily Shiffer is a former digital web producer for Men’s Health and Prevention, and is currently a freelancer writer specializing in health, weight loss, and fitness. She is currently based in Pennsylvania and loves all things antiques, cilantro, and American history.