The celebration leaders suggested their decrease secrets today, with Gordon Brown admissing to perplexing Pilates, David Cameron flourishing his own vegetables and Nick Clegg unctuous in to the grassed area for a discerning smoke.
All 3 sought to progress their personal profiles in an talk with Zest magazine, forward of the first-ever televised leaders" discuss tonight.
The Prime Minister pronounced he did a lot of ripping around after the kids, a lot of kickabouts and value hunts.
He added: I additionally try to run in the play ground or on the treadmill. I"ve attempted Pilates but using suits me best.
He certified to a gusto for chocolate but did not discuss bananas, that he was reportedly eating in large quantities during prolonged days at Downing Street.
Tory personality David Cameron pronounced he went using twice a week and cycled to work once a week, as well as gardening and personification tennis.
His misfortune health robe was eating greasy dishes and eating as well much.
He said: I"m unequivocally greedy. I try to eat healthily. I do lots of in progress and I similar to flourishing my own vegetables.
Liberal Democrat personality Nick Clegg pronounced he played tennis once a week and was an recurrent skier.
But he added: If I"ve had a unequivocally prolonged day, I take in to the behind grassed area and have a discerning smoke. Its five mins to myself. It drives Miriam (his wife) turn the bend.
Long-term nap damage was Mr Cleggs greatest health be concerned as he wondered either it did something to you over time.
He said: All my silent ever says when she sees me on the telly is, "You see so tired, dear".
All 3 leaders are fathers of young kids underneath the age of 10.
Mr Cameron pronounced his young kids Nancy, six, and four-year-old Arthur kept him happy: Theres something hold up enhancing about them bouncing on your bed in the morning.
He was means to keep a work hold up change by keeping a despotic diary, adding: Tonight is my night at home. I"ll put the kids to bed and have a still repast with (wife) Sam.
Mr Brown pronounced his sons John, six, and three-year-old Fraser were regularly in and out of the bureau at Number 10.
Asked to name the one thing in his disinfectant cupboard he could not live without, he replied: Plasters. When you"ve dual kids, you can never have sufficient plasters!
Mr Clegg, father to Antonio, eight, Alberto, five, and one-year-old Miguel, said: Theres no larger remedy to the foolishness of complicated governing body than your own family.
The May issue of Zest repository is on sale today.