Page 3 girls prove they look hot even in lockdown as they reveal their tips for staying sexy at home – The Sun

PAGE 3 beauties are showing the nation how to stay home and sexy.

While many of us are pulling on the same old hoodies and joggers, The Sun’s gorgeous models are shunning dressing gowns for make-up and flirty frocks to lift their spirits. Here, Rhian Sugden, Sabine Jemeljanova and Danielle Sellers share their lockdown snaps and reveal their tips for staying stylish in isolation.

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DANIELLE, 24, from West London, says: “To be honest, I’m loving wearing oversized shirts and my slippers at home – that or some lycra gymwear.

“But on a weekend I’ve been getting dressed up with a dress and heels with my housemate and we’ve pretended we’re out and had a dance in our living room.

“I’ve been doing my best to keep myself busy in isolation – I’m currently learning how to play the piano. I am determined to learn a song.

“I’m taking long, hot baths and doing lots of board games – oh, and watching Netflix, of course. I’ve watched the whole of Tiger King and I’ve just started watching The Vampire Diaries from the beginning.

“Me and my housemate have also been making sure we’re getting our daily dose of exercise by going out on bike rides – I think it’s really important to get fresh air every day.

“It’s nice to be in the flat more, and cooking meals that I’ve wanted to try for ages. I’m also replying to emails, work admin and taking pictures for my Instagram.”


SABINE, 27, from West ­London, says: “I’m trying to stay fit and do my workouts then read books and listen to music a lot. But no TV.

“I have a rabbit so I’m teaching him tricks in the garden where I’m growing my own flowers, onions, basil and fresh mint as well as other green vitamins to keep my immunity up.

“Plus I do my own photoshoots from home to keep my fans happy and cheer them up, so I’m always busy. It’s ­important for me not to wear a dressing gown or jogging ­bottoms all the time – it does make you feel low.

“As soon as you wear a dress or nice pair of jeans with a top or blouse, it makes you feel happier and uplifted.

“I’m wearing the same clothes that I would wear every day at home. Self-love is needed, so to feel good I have to also make sure I look good.”


RHIAN, 33, from Manchester, says: “I’m ­trying to keep a ­routine, so I’m getting up and doing work every morning and cleaning the house. I’ve also got a jigsaw on the go and I have FaceTime calls with my friends for two hours a day.

“I’m trying to avoid watching TV until after 7.30pm so the days aren’t spent just stewing on the sofa. Plus, I’ve been doing a bit of freelance writing, which has kept me busy.

“I’d like to set up my own business so it has been a good time to sit down and think about what I want to do and get some ideas down.

“For the first two weeks I did ­surrender to comfy clothes, but now I’m ­trying to make an effort – always something bright. I don’t know if it’s in my head but ­colourful clothes seem to put me in a better mood.


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“My advice is: Don’t just give up because you’re not leaving the house; stick on a bit of mascara and brush your hair. In fact get out the face masks and get some tan on.

“Just making a bit of an effort and leaving the comfy clothes till later in the day makes you feel better within yourself.

“If you’re living with your partner, still have a date night and dress up nice for each other. It lifts the mood.”

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