Lara Worthington is one of our most popular - and most private - celebrities, choosing to keep her family life with actor Sam Worthington and the couple's two gorgeous sons, Rocket, four, and Racer, two, under wraps.
But the 31-year-old fashion icon and beauty mogul has just given fans a very rare insight into her personal life, appearing in an intimate family photo while on a glorious holiday in Italy.
Lara is currently enjoying an amazing, well-deserved break on the Amalfi Coast of Italy, alongside her brother Joshua Bingle.
It's unclear if Lara's husband Sam and their children have joined them on the trip, but the siblings have been enjoying sightseeing in Italy and have posted loads of cute family pics on the 'gram - and we can't get enough!
And if you're wondering how the Aussie star and gorgeous mama maintains her incredible figure, we've got the complete lowdown on her health and fitness regimen.
Lara says she sticks to a regular exercise schedule and tries to eat really well.
"Exercise is my favourite part of the day because it's my own time," the 31-year-old told OK! magazine in April.
"I'm not on my phone, working or thinking about anything," she said.
So let's break it down. What exercises is she actually doing?
"My routine is all mat work. Lots of sit-ups and leg lifts at high repetition at a low weight, no more than five kilos," Lara revealed, adding that she picked up these tips from her husband's personal trainer Rodney Johnson.
And when she travels, Lara says she only uses 5kg weights of the hotel gyms to train.
Being based in LA, she also loves to get outside and exercise in the sunshine.
"I love outdoor activities and I run a lot," she explained.
"I also do Ballet Beautiful [a type of ballet-infused barre and exercise class]. It really works your body in a different way compared to the gym."
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As for her diet, Lara sticks to a "mostly vegetarian/pescetarian" diet.
"I eat a lot of salad, rice, beans and bread," she said.
And while this way of eating leaves her feeling "more energetic, fit and toned", occasional treats are allowed, too.
"I love pizza," she admits.
"That's Sam's favourite food, so we eat pizza at least twice a week."
Now that's the kind of balanced diet we can get on board with!