Below is an excerpt from the Page Six Magazine article describing her busy, busy schedule:
“My job is easy,” Kelly says enthusiastically. “People say, ‘How do you do it all?’ It’s not so difficult. It’s a little more challenging now that the kids are out of school for the summer.” Her typical day starts at 6:30 a.m., when her kids wake her up, and after that she makes her way from her Soho home to work by 8 a.m. By 10, she’s done. “My day is my own. It’s a great life,” she says. Well, her days are not entirely her own—when the kids are in school, Kelly picks up Joaquin and they have a snack while waiting for Lola to be dismissed from her classes, then it’s another half-hour before Michael gets out. After that, there’s a lot of shuffling back and forth to various activities—Lola has piano and ice-skating lessons, Michael has soccer—but Kelly insists, “I want to take my kids to their things. I want to see that.”
The article also reveals some of Kelly’s secrets to staying so fit and trim! Four times a week, she takes classes at Manhattan’s Physique 57 studio, focusing on strengthening and lengthening muscle. She also runs, “but usually for half an hour and then my goose is cooked.” When it comes to diet, Kelly practices “moderation, moderation, moderation.” She typically has a latte for breakfast before the show, followed by fruit and either yogurt or a salad after she’s finished taping.
You can read the entire article here!