’30 Goin on 21′: Toya Wright Knocks Fans Out the Park with Ageless Beauty

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Social media apparently can’t get enough of Toya Wright’s girlish appearance.

The television personality turned back the hands of time with a gorgeous beauty shot of herself. She took to Instagram on Saturday evening and posted a photo of her green screen appearance, seemingly for season 3 of “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle.” She opted for a high-glam makeup look, including a smoky eye and a pink lipstick.

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Wright wore her hair in wet and wavy tresses and rocked a black and metallic floral dress that accentuated her figure. She captioned her post with a wave emoji and drummed up more than 27,000 likes.

“❤️ cute & classy Antonia you look beautiful I swear you don’t age a bit.”

“I almost thought this was Nae! You look so young sis please tell me your skincare routine”

“Hot mom! You lookin good girl 30 goin on 21. I’m feeling that hair on you. Cute! 🔥❤ “

“Beauty at it finess ❤️😮 you look amazing sis so young”

Toya Wright
Toya Wright. @toyawright/Instagram.

Wright’s diet and fitness regime seemingly plays a huge part in her youthful appearance.

She and her partner Robert “Red” Rushing have been on a fitness binge this year to get healthier and step up their fitness game. Earlier this year, Wright was also on a mission to shed a few pounds.

On season 2 of “Friends and Family Hustle,” the couple talked about making health and fitness a priority for themselves this year. Episodes even showed the twosome’s intense workout sessions with fitness trainer Kory Phillips, including cable machines with pull-downs, crossovers, rowing and curls. They also used squat machines and bosu balls for balance.

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Robert “Red” Rushing and Toya Wright. (Photo: @toyawright/Instagram)

Before the 36-year-old mother’s lifestyle change this year, she decided to switch over to a somewhat healthier lifestyle after she was diagnosed with fibroids, which are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus. She began eating healthier and exercising more to help relieve the symptoms.

“I had to switch it up because I used to eat all types of stuff and I would just get bigger,” Wright told People Magazine in 2017. “I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads.”

She added, “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”

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