DIET

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Break­fast: “A power smoothie packed with bananas, drag­on­fruit, mango, al­monds, and kale. If I can’t find kale, I usu­ally sub­sti­tute with sweet po­tato leaves or kailan. It is su­per yummy and keeps me go­ing.” Lunch: “I usu­ally pick up a sand­wich or wrap, full of let­tuce and toma­toes, dressed with honey mus­tard sauce. On my days off, I like Mat­suya for a Ja­panese meal.” Din­ner: “I tend to avoid carbs. I eat out most of the time, and I would nor­mally or­der chicken with sausage and veg­eta­bles, or salad, and a bowl of soup.” Dessert: “I al­ways scan the dessert menu first at ev­ery sit-down meal. Crème brûlée and cook­ies are my guilty plea­sures. My mum is Ny­onya, and her meals are the best.”

FIT­NESS

“I do Pow­er­plate, and this in­sane 45-minute ses­sion with my trainer Dan. It’s a mix of Ta­bata, part­ner­based work­outs, and ma­jor car­dio – quite like boot camp.”

BEAUTY

2012 So­phis­ti­cated in all-black menswear and gold ac­cents

“What works for me are SK-II Fa­cial Treat­ment Essence, Estée Lauder Ad­vanced Night Re­pair, and masks from Ae­sop.I don’t have a sig­na­ture look but I do love a smokey eye. I don’t al­ways have the time and lux­ury to soak in a bath tub but when I do it’s with Jo Malone, Ae­sop,- and Laura Mercier Crème Brûlée.”

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