She has had a busy schedule since her triumph at the BRITs last month.
And Dua Lipa took a break from work to relax on Monday as she showed off her flexibility during a morning yoga session in her backyard.
The New Rules hitmaker, 25, showed off her abs in a strappy gray cropped top that had white stripes down the side as she sweated.
Impressive! Dua Lipa took a break from work to relax on Monday as she showed off her flexibility during a morning yoga session in her garden wearing a cropped top
She teamed the top with black Puma sports leggings and wore her hair in a practical ponytail.
Dua was perfecting a range of movements during the session, including the crab yoga pose that showed her upper body strength.
She then stretched her right leg and held the pose during the new Instagram clip.
Yoga: The New Rules hitmaker, 25, showed off her abs in a gray strappy top that had white stripes down the side as she sweated
Toned: She teamed the top with black Puma sports leggings and wore her hair in a practical ponytail
It comes after the singer released a sizzling new music video for her track Love Again last week where she rides a mechanical bull.
In the video, Dua looked amazing as she showed off her toned figure in a range of petite bikini tops featuring cow and zebra print designs.
Adding some finishing touches, Dua paired the sizzling swimsuit with a pair of hotpants and a black denim vest before changing into high waisted camouflage pants with a long blazer.
In the zone: Dua looked completely immersed in the yoga session as she stretched her hands up to the sky
Zen: the star had her eyes closed as she entered the area before attempting the crab pose
The singer styled her iconic brunette locks into a glossy blow-dry hairstyle, adding a touch of radiant makeup and a cowboy hat.
Dua showed off her dance moves during the steamy video where she also rode a mechanical bull.
By the end of the video, the singer had a face full of mime artist makeup that she was worryingly wiping her lipstick on the back of someone’s jacket off camera.
Workout: Dua perfected a range of movements during the session, including the crab yoga pose that showed upper body strength
It was reported last month that Dua’s latest music video was filmed at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
A source told The Sun: “Dua is still enjoying the success of her latest album Future Nostalgia and was thrilled that he won a Brit Award, but she doesn’t want to step back and take it all for granted.
“There is already new music in the works and the video of it is amazing. It was a massive production with a lot of crew, stunts, and staging – including a horse.
Work it! It comes after the singer released a sizzling new music video for her track Love Again last week where she rides a mechanical bull.
“When you show up with this kind of kit, it makes a splash – and the results are amazing. She is getting better and better.
MailOnline reached out to Dua’s rep for comment at the time.
It comes after Dua thanked her critics for the “online abuse” they inflicted on her about her dancing and her stage presence, as she admitted it “made her better.”
The Grammy-winning singer, who recently celebrated four years on her debut album, took to Instagram Stories to thank both her fans and her enemies.
The superstar said that “being bullied online made her want to dance it”, as she reacted to negative comments about her early performances.
As Dua reached mainstream consciousness, she was plagued by comments from cruel trolls who said she had “tragic” dance skills and “shady” live performances.
Speaking last month, Dua said, “I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who has been listening to my music from the very beginning.
“It’s been four years since my first album and I’m so grateful for all the amazing opportunities and amazing people I’ve met and the amazing lessons I’ve learned.
She is ready ! In the video, Dua looked amazing as she showed off her toned figure in a range of tiny bikini tops featuring designs of cow and zebra prints.
“On tour for about three years, getting bullied online, which made me want to dance my ass, and really improve myself, so thank you very much.
‘For all the good and bad things – for helping me grow. I am eternally grateful, and I can’t wait for you to see what we have to come.
In addition to talking to her fans, Dua also posted a screenshot of the iconic album cover and wrote, “4 years since the release of my first album. Thanks to everyone who has been here for the whole trip so far.
“I’m so grateful for this album and all the amazing people I’ve met and the lesson I’ve learned.
“I never could have done Future Nostalgia without this album. I guess 4 years really go by when you’re having fun.
Busy bee! She won the award for female solo artist and the Mastercard award for UK album of the year for her locking success Future Nostalgia at the BRITs 2021 last month (pictured)
She previously opened up about her trolling experience with Attitude magazine last year, Dua said: “I felt a *** ton at the end of my first record, and it was definitely something that gave me anxiety and upset me and made me feel like I wasn’t good enough and thought to myself that maybe I’m not meant to be here and on stage.
“Even after the Grammys, some people were like, ‘Well, she doesn’t deserve it. “
“There was so much stuff, especially when you first start out, like a video of me dancing and they’re like, ‘Well she doesn’t have a stage presence’ – but they had never been to. one of my shows, they “I’ve never seen myself play.
Dua went on to reveal that for a while the abuse “had damaged her sanity,” and she became convinced that people were only filming her so they could laugh at her later.
Although she had a rough time, Dua admitted at the time that it made her stronger.
‘Thank you!’ It comes after Dua thanked her critics for the “online abuse” they inflicted on her about her dancing and her stage presence as she admitted it “made her better.”