Steve Harvey’s wife is celebrating her 55th birthday in style, and she’s giving her daughter a run for her money in the looks department.
Marjorie Harvey has been enjoying the sun and water in Cancun, Mexico, as she says bye-bye to 54 by enjoying her husband’s Sand and Soul Festival, which kicked off on Oct. 10.
The same day of the festival’s launch is Marjorie’s birthday, and she shared a photo on Instagram rocking a plunging leopard-print swimsuit standing back-to-back with her daughter. Lori Harvey leaned against her mom and looked at her adoringly. The 22-year-old was posing in a zebra-printed bikini.
“55 x 22” Harvey captioned the mother-daughter image, remarking on their 33-year age difference with similarly in-shape bodies.
Fans were immediately blown away by the remarkably alike appearances with their slim and fit physiques.
“😍😍😍😍😍😍😍y’all are so cute!😩😩#momanddaughtergoals”
“That means you always going to be fine! My daughter says the same thing! 🙌🏻❤️”
“Looking like big sister and little sister 🔥💕”
“❤️🔥🔥❤️ my phone just burned my hand coz these lady’s be looking toooo hot😍”
Fans also remarked on how lucky Steve Harvey must be to have such pretty women in his life.
“Yall fione in real life. Steve wasn’t just talking”
“Steve Harvey does the body good”
“@iamsteveharveytv your wife and daughter is beautiful”
“Steve has got to be loving life 👍🏼”
Marjorie’s appearance certainly has a lot to do with how she treats her body. In 2016, she embarked on a 21-day fitness challenge with the help of a set of mother-daughter personal trainers, Gymnetics Fitness founders Ellen and Lana Ector.
“It was a 21-day challenge with an overall commitment to living a healthy lifestyle, both through working out and healthy eating,” daughter Lana, a certified personal trainer and nutritionist, explained to Marjorie’s The Lady Loves Couture website. “With all of the traveling Marjorie has the opportunity to do, sometimes it’s hard to stick to something consistent; she wanted to get back on the right track. … And it takes 21 days to break a habit. That’s why we commit to 21 days.”
Part of the challenge is going vegan, which forced Marjorie to give up something she loved for a greater goal.
“We do it to reset the body and clear the mind by changing the way you think. Eliminating things gives you the opportunity to tell yourself no,” Ellen, a fitness expert, said. “If I can say no to myself then I can be in control of my mind, and then I’m in control of the body.”