“We are able to look out of shape for a while longer.
Figures in the public eye face a quicker rebuke if they don’t get it together.” And there is another celeb who seemingly snaps back into shape after pushing a kid out of her birthing canal - Princess Kate - who will no doubt go back to her sylph-like figure when she has her third baby next year. Claudia Holland, a obstetrician-gynecologist in New York City recently saw a patient who was devastated to find out she her second due date was the same as the British royal.
The fun collection features the afforementioned bomber jacket, three pairs of trainers and two dress all with the #girlpower quote emblazoned across them.
“There is huge press to get back to their pre-pregnancy weight quickly.
It seems many people in media get back to their pre pregnancy weight more quickly and this creates enormous “peer" pressure but these are not peers.” As Claudia notes, celebs have help that mere mortals don’t—like chefs, trainers and baby nurses who help them lose weight faster than the average person.
On Monday, the tennis superstar took to Facebook to thank followers for also sharing their stories about the reality of childbirth, while also uploading a sweet video of hers and Alexis Ohanian's little one. She shared in the post: "I didn't expect that sharing our family's story of Olympia's birth and all of complications after giving birth would start such an outpouring of discussion from women — especially black women — who have faced similar complications and women whose problems go unaddressed.
These aren't just stories: according to the CDC, (Center for Disease Control) black women are over 3 times more likely than White women to die from pregnancy- or childbirth-related causes.