Stars are becoming more and more “body positive” and they are an example of women who accept and value body changes due to motherhood. The latest in chronological order to honour the signs of her recent pregnancy was Kylie Jenner, the 22-year-old beauty mogul , who just separated from Travis Scott, the father of her daughter Stormi, a year.
In a question and answer session via Instagram, Ask Me Anything, the star said she was happy to have post pregnancy stretch marks . “I got back into shape very soon after giving birth, but my body has never been the same and it still isn’t.” The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan revealed to have stretch marks on “breasts, buttocks and thighs, but I accepted them as a small gift from Stormi,” he confessed to his fans.
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about a year ago with my baby ? where does the time go..
For years, celebrities have exhibited (apparently) perfect pregnancies on social networks, proudly having no signs of what the arrival of a baby brings to the female body. But today more and more stars prefer to reveal the truth about the subject and above all about an extremely delicate moment for new mothers, who need time to get back on their feet and get back into shape.
No more hours spent in the gym or drastic diets to exhibit flat bellies a few days after leaving the hospital, now famous mothers prefer the gentle road and “body positive” statements accompany, fortunately, photos of soft bellies, stretch marks and bodies normal on social media. Among these, the Duchess of Sussex has also become a champion of slow recovery. After the birth of Archie Meghan Markle has not accelerated the remise en forme, but respecting the times and rhythms of his body, he is experiencing the phase of postpartum and breastfeeding in the most natural way possible.
Kate Middleton is the other testimonial of the new philosophy of “positive body” of new mothers: after the birth of her children she is always out of the hospital with her belly still swollen (even if with impeccable fold), thus testifying that all women are human, even when they are princesses.