SECRETS OF AN A-LIST BODY: This week, how to get a neck like Claire Foy
- The 34-year-old, from Stockport, wowed fans when she attended the Emmys
- Wearing a strapless dress, she showcased an age-defying neck and décolletage
- Here, we reveal how you can emulate her stunning appearance with exercises
She is currently riding the crest of a professional wave.
And, keen to look her best for it, actress Claire Foy was in full glamour mode when she stepped-out in LA, last week.
Specifically, her neck was on show as she won an Emmy for her turn as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown.
Wow-factor: Claire Foy was in full glamour mode when she stepped-out in LA, last week
The 34-year-old is not a fan of the gym and, although she did ballet as a child, she had a congenital form of arthritis in her youth that left her unable to do much sport.
She said she stays fit by ‘rushing around’ after her young daughter.
So how can you replicate her appearance? Here’s everything you need to know…
Looking good: Her age-defying neck was on show as she won an Emmy for her turn as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown
What to try: It can be tricky to target the neck, but this move will help prevent saggy skin.
Sit in a chair, lift your chin towards the ceiling and move your jaw forwards. You will feel a little tightening.
As you extend your neck, the muscles in the front relax and the side (sternocleidomastoid) muscles tense.
Hold the position for five seconds, then repeat ten to 12 times. Do three sets over the day.