Fitness & Wellness

To make sure you look and feel your best on your wedding day, read on for advice from leading fitness pros—they explain when a bride-to-be should start an exercise program, what exercises work best on which body parts, which foods to eliminate from your diet or seriously cut down on, and why getting a good night's sleep is as important to getting into shape as staying hydrated is.

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Six Reasons to Get Legally Married Before Your Wedding Day

Many couples choose to get officially married before the big day, and it's more common than ever in light of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world right now.

How Long Is Too Long to Wait to Get Engaged?

The truth of the matter is that there is no right or wrong length of time to wait to get engaged. Some couples wait six years before making it official, while others date for just six months—it all depends on your unique circumstances. (Though, if you're one of those people who wants to put a number on it, one study showed that most couples decide to marry after about 2.8 years of being together.) Here, Amy Van Arsdale, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist in Washington, D.C., gives her cheat sheet on when to move forward and when to take a moment to reevaluate your relationship.

21-Day Pre-Wedding Diet Plan

Reset your health, detox your body, and be your most gorgeous self at the wedding!
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Kate Middleton and Prince William Are Visiting the University Where They First Met 20 Years Ago

The royal couple will make this stop during their trip to connect with locals and frontline workers in Scotland.