Jessie J is still trying to enjoy every moment of being a new mother while also supporting others who are going through the same thing.
The 35-year-old, who welcomed baby Sky into the world with her basketball player husband Chanan Safir Colman, 39, in May, kept fans updated on every step of her long-awaited pregnancy.
She has continued to share photographs and comments on Instagram after becoming a mother for the first time, demonstrating that she is very much keeping it real – and urging everyone else to do the same.
She has lately addressed the pernicious’snap-back’ mentality that surrounds new mothers hurrying to shed the weight they gained during pregnancy in order to regain their previous ‘figure,’ and she is not going to stand for it.
Price Tag singer Jessie went to Instagram on Tuesday to respond to the pressure, which she had mentioned in chats with others.
‘Couple of people have said to me, “I bet you can’t wait to get your body back”,’ the hitmaker began her Story, adding an eye-rolling and a shushing emoji.
‘My reply is… “I don’t want to go back. That body is gone. I want my body to go forward. I’m getting my body forward”,’ she revealed in an empowering statement.
Jessie then added: ‘That’s the vibe ladies. Embrace that bowdddddy!’
And, to be honest, we adore it.
Jessie is totally immersed in motherhood, and fans like her, especially since she appears to be radiant despite the long hours and hard breast pumping regimen.
The new mother, actual name Jessica Cornish, has also been seen out and about in recent weeks, including an appearance with Chanan at Wimbledon and a special preview showing of the upcoming film Barbie (after dancing around in her bathroom in a pink bra and joggers while getting ready).
She has also been open with her fans about her love for her postpartum figure, advising her 13.6 million followers to be gentle with themselves while still totally embracing it in a swimsuit photo taken only weeks after giving birth to her baby.
She wrote: ‘Your body was a home for someone else to live in for 9 months.
Your organs have moved and need to find their way back to where they were before.’
Source My Celebrity Life.