Nina Dobrev shows off toned abs in red bikini

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Nina Dobrev is a sight to behold.

On Wednesday, the 32-year-old actress posted a photo of her posing in a red bikini on a beach in Portugal and showing off her amazing toned abs.

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Celebrity friends like Priyanka Chopra Jonas used a heart eyes emoji to express her awe of the stunning photo, and fans flooded the comments telling her how amazing she looks.

"Nina owns the beach," a fan wrote.

"Idk what’s better the view or you… OBVS YOU," someone said.

"Omg ur a goddess," a commenter added.

"YOU LOOK GORGEOUS," another person continued.

Over the years, the former The Vampire Diaries star has been open about how she stays fit, which includes having a healthy diet. In an interview with Shape in 2017, she revealed that she cares more about portions than she does about how many meals she eats in a day.

"I used to eat three full meals and then I would not be able to move after each meal. I would be so full and tired. Now, I eat all the time, but portion control is what's important for me — I'm eating more in total but not more at a time. Lissa [Nina's trainer at Les Mills workouts] coached me through it, but basically, I aim to have the size of my thumb in fat, the size of my palm in protein, and then unlimited veggies. I wish I'd learned this in school," she admitted.

In addition to what she eats, she loves a good workout. She explained that changing to strength training has made her feel stronger than ever before. And loving how she feels after her workouts, Dobrev tries to set time aside to get them in whether it is at home or work.

"You need to make a decision — do I want to look and feel a certain way and put the work into it?" she said. "I see the difference so I make the time for it on set. I would wake up an hour earlier. Even though I was exhausted after a 12-hour day and did not want to work out, I did it because I always knew I would feel better after. I do it first thing when I wake up because then I can't make up an excuse for it, like being tired later on in the day. Because usually by 6 p.m. you're just like, I have no energy. I've done all the things I've done! I don't want to do anything else! I just get it done in the morning."

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