- Steve Kazee shared a new photo of his fiancé, Jenna Dewan, in a bra and underwear and she looks super fit.
- The proud hubby to be added "🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 #hotmom" and reminded fans she's a dancer.
- Jenna's fitness routine includes hiking with her dogs, doing spin classes, practicing hot yoga, or doing dance-based workout sessions.
Steve Kazee proved he is already #husbandgoals when he took to Instagram to brag about his wife-to-be, Jenna Dewan. He shared a new photo of the multi-hyphenate mom, 39, looking seriously toned wearing only a bra and underwear. One look at the photo, and it's easy to see why he shared it.
It turns out that Steve is a solid photographer, too, as he took the pic himself. He shared that info in the caption: "Me: let me take your picture.
Her (a dancer): 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 #hotmom."
Jenna's main man is not exaggerating one bit. Her whole bod looks so strong, especially her post-baby abs in the cute Fleur du Mal lingerie set. (Reminder: She gave birth to her second baby, Callum, in March.) Jenna gave fans a sneak peek in a different bra and underwear set last week all in the name of encouraging voting. Jenna commented on Steve's photo: "Once a dancer always a dancer😂"
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It's true, but Jenna's postpartum routine includes more than just dance. (And, it's clearly working!) She previously told Women’s Health UK that she stays fit by hiking with her dogs, taking spin classes, practicing hot yoga, or doing dance-based workout sessions with Hollywood trainer Jennifer Johnson. "I try to work out a couple of days a week just because it’s good for my mind, body and soul—and that’s good for everyone in the house," she said.
Jenna's also into weight training and strengthening her muscles, she told Women’s Health. "I want to build muscle, so I can pick up my daughter," she explained. "Before, it used to be like, 'I wanna get long, lean muscles.' Now, I’m just like, 'I wanna feel strong and good.'"
Jennifer Nied is a contributing writer for Women's Health with more than 10 years of writing and editing experience, specializing in wellness, adventure travel, and fitness, with work appearing in Budget Travel, American Spa, Women’s Health, and more.
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