Ageless Sonia Kruger steps out with a Baby Spice-inspired hairdo

She’s getting ready to host the new season of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars on Channel Seven.

And Sonia Kruger certainly had a spring in her step on Saturday as she went for a walk in Sydney with her dog Teddy.

The 55-year-old presenter showcased her ageless figure in a sporty black dress and white sneakers.

Casual outing: Dancing with the Stars host Sonia Kruger certainly had a spring in her step on Saturday as she went for a walk in Sydney with her dog Teddy

Casual outing: Dancing with the Stars host Sonia Kruger certainly had a spring in her step on Saturday as she went for a walk in Sydney with her dog Teddy

She accessorised with sunglasses and styled her blonde hair in space buns inspired by Emma Bunton (a.k.a. Baby Spice) from ’90s pop band Spice Girls.

Sonia has a packed schedule at the moment.

The mother of one is about to host the new season of Big Brother, and just wrapped production on Seven’s DWTS reboot.

Slim: The 55-year-old showcased her ageless figure in a sporty black dress and white sneakers

Slim: The 55-year-old showcased her ageless figure in a sporty black dress and white sneakers

Retro: She styled her blonde hair in space buns inspired by Emma Bunton (a.k.a. Baby Spice) from '90s pop band Spice Girls. Pictured (left to right) Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Geri Horner and Melanie Brown in the '90s

Retro: She styled her blonde hair in space buns inspired by Emma Bunton (a.k.a. Baby Spice) from ’90s pop band Spice Girls. Pictured (left to right) Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Geri Horner and Melanie Brown in the ’90s

It comes after Sonia revealed the secrets behind her age-defying bikini body in an interview with New Idea in January.

‘I try to be consistent and do a workout from my program, Strictly You, every day,’ she said.

‘Whether it’s one of the dance routines, or an upper or lower body workout, it’s important to stay as active as possible.’

'It's important to stay as active as possible': It comes after Sonia revealed the secrets behind her age-defying bikini body in an interview with New Idea in January

‘It’s important to stay as active as possible’: It comes after Sonia revealed the secrets behind her age-defying bikini body in an interview with New Idea in January

Sonia added that she has a team of professionals who help her stay in shape.

‘I see a great physio for weight training and conditioning. My advice would be to make a start, and before you know it, 30 minutes of exercise has flown by,’ she said.

Sonia explained that keeping physically fit has mental health benefits, too.

Sonia's tips: 'I try to be consistent and do a workout from my program, Strictly You, every day,' she said. 'Whether it's one of the dance routines, or an upper or lower body workout, it's important to stay as active as possible'

Sonia’s tips: ‘I try to be consistent and do a workout from my program, Strictly You, every day,’ she said. ‘Whether it’s one of the dance routines, or an upper or lower body workout, it’s important to stay as active as possible’ 

‘Medical science tells us that exercise and learning new things is as important for our mind as it is for our body. As they say, “Use it or lose it,”‘ she said.

Elsewhere in her interview with New Idea, Sonia confessed she doesn’t look half as good in real life as she does on television.

‘The first thing I do when the camera stops rolling is peel off my eyelashes, trade the heels for my Ugg boots and become a dag again,’ she said.

Last year, Sonia told The Australian Women’s Weekly she was enjoying life more than ever since turning 50, after spending her teenage years focusing on dancing.

Wise words: Sonia explained that keeping physically fit has mental health benefits, too

Wise words: Sonia explained that keeping physically fit has mental health benefits, too 

Sonia explained she was living her best and ‘wildest’ years in her fifties.

‘Some people have this perception that you are not allowed to be sexy once you hit a certain age as a woman,’ she said.

‘It’s more a state of mind and feeling good about yourself. It’s not about what you weigh, not what you wear, it’s that overall kind of confidence I want to inspire.’

In August last year, Sonia launched her new health and fitness website, Strictly You, where she provides her own health advice.

She shares a range of dances, workouts, recipes and fitness plans on the website.

Daggy: Elsewhere in her interview with New Idea, Sonia confessed she doesn't look half as good in real life as she does on television. 'The first thing I do when the camera stops rolling is peel off my eyelashes, trade the heels for my Ugg boots and become a dag again,' she said

Daggy: Elsewhere in her interview with New Idea, Sonia confessed she doesn’t look half as good in real life as she does on television. ‘The first thing I do when the camera stops rolling is peel off my eyelashes, trade the heels for my Ugg boots and become a dag again,’ she said 

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