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Raquel Leviss Shares Why She Was "a Little Nervous" for a Recent Photo Shoot
The Vanderpump Rules SURver opened up about modeling swimwear after recently starting a new wellness journey.
Raquel Leviss is going outside of her comfort zone this month. In a March Instagram Story, the Vanderpump Rules SURver declared she was starting a new fitness program called the 75-day Hard challenge. On top of her new wellness journey, Raquel did something else that made her "a little nervous:" a photoshoot in swimwear.
"Today shooting for NanaMacs I was a little nervous to shoot swimwear but I actually had the best time shooting swim," she said in a March 6 Instagram post. "I’m proud of myself for sticking with the [75 Hard challenge] and I have no doubt I will reach [my body goals] within the next 70 days (hopefully I can stick with it!!)"
In the snapshot, the Vanderpump Rules dog mom was radiant as she donned a multicolored pastel bikini. The two-piece featured thin straps on the top and string ties on the bottoms. Raquel paired the swimsuit with gold layered necklaces and a light pink manicure. For her glam, she rocked black winged eyeliner, brown eyeshadow, and pink lip gloss. Her hair was styled into loose waves and parted down the middle.
In two subsequent Instagram Stories, she showed off additional swimwear from the photoshoot. In one snap, Raquel looked ultra chic in a high-waisted floral bikini with ruffles on the straps. She coupled the bathing suit with a dainty gold necklace and gold-rim sunglasses. Raquel closed out her Story with a clip of her posing in a brown high-waist two-piece with a tie on the side. For this look, she opted for a gold chain necklace and light brown aviator shades.
Earlier this month, Raquel explained more about her fitness journey. "In this challenge, you have to work out twice a day [and] one of those workouts has to be outside," she said. "I've been saying I'm going to start my diet and my workout regimen very strictly starting March 1, so we are here."
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