Mark Wright admits why he won’t stop boozing and how he’ll stay sexy in his 60s

Mark Wright has opened up about his healthy lifestyle and how he reckons he will stay sexy in his 60s.

The former TOWIE star is gearing up to run the TCS London Marathon and is fronting Flora’s Get Towns Active campaign.

The movement aims to encourage people across the UK & Ireland to take the natural next steps towards a healthy, more active lifestyle, which Mark heavily promotes.

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The Radio presenter has been "ramping up" his fitness to get ready for his big race and has been "strict" with his diet as well.

Mark exclusively told the Daily Star: "I am being quite strict with my diet, adding more carbs to my diet and more calories, but without eating the wrong foods. Just trying to feel my best basically but don't get me wrong I still keep it balanced – I find that really helps me stay on track."

Though he hasn't cut out everything and confessed to still drinking.

The TV star said: "No I’m not stopping drinking, if I have a drink on a Friday or Saturday night, it's no problem to me at all. Goes back to the balance thing, restricting yourself is always going to be hard whereas having a drink here or there isn't an issue for me and means I will still be up to get my run in the next day!"

But how long does Mark, 35, think he can keep being a fitness fanatic up for?

He laughed: "I don't think I'll ever stop keeping fit because I love it. That fills me with dread, to stop keeping fit and just come off it. I just love it! But can't promise I'll have a six pack in my 60s."

As part of the campaign, Mark returns to tackle the TCS London Marathon with Flora following a calf tear in the final days before last year’s marathon that forced him to make the difficult decision to pull out.

Talking about having to pull out last year, he said: "It was so upsetting I'm not gonna lie. To get injured at that point, especially after all that training and I've always wanted to do the marathon.

"But look, I'm here this year, and I feel like I'm going to get a better time because I prepared even better than last year, and I've learned from my mistakes."


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