This is what Vera Wang typically eats in a day

If you didn't know, wedding gown designer Vera Wang is a total bombshell. She has a perfect figure and glowing skin at age 70, and she'll be 71 next month (via TMZ). We were all shocked when the designer posted a photo of herself on Instagram while in Miami sporting a workout ensemble that exposed her midriff. Wang has the definition and tone level that some 20-somethings can only dream of despite being significantly older. Of course, we are all wondering how she's maintained such an amazing physique all these years, and lucky for us she shared he secrets.

The wedding gown icon attributes her radiant health to what she eats. She tries to stick to a squeaky clean diet, but definitely never skips a meal. She makes sure to keep things mixed up and interesting. Her menu is always changing and often includes meals like sashimi with brown rice and veggies, broccoli, chicken, salads, and fish (via Harper's Bazaar).

Vera Wang eats clean

When it comes to the sugary beverage aisle, the designer leaves empty-handed. "I only drink water; I stopped drinking Diet Coke six years ago. That was the hardest thing I ever gave up," she told Harper's Bazaar. Being limited to water might seem sort of boring, but if that's what it takes to look like Wang at 70, it seems well worth the sacrifice.

Despite looking like a goddess, Wang is still in fact human, so of course, she does have some guilty pleasure snacks in her cupboard. She's referred to herself as a "chip freak" in the past saying, "We have a candy pantry, a cereal pantry, and a pantry for what I call 'orange food' — Cheetos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, all kinds of chips." 

In the end, while Wang definitely takes care of her body, she has her limits, and seems to maintain a healthy balance of food for her body and food for her soul. Beyond that, she exercises regularly, and is clearly totally blessed in the genetics department. If you're wanting to look like Wang, give up the drinks, and go for some water, fish, veggies, rice, and of course the occasional "orange food."