Kelly Osbourne has confessed that she ‘hid for nine months’ because she was afraid of being fat-shamed throughout her pregnancy.
The 38-year-old, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter, gave birth to her first child with Slipknot drummer Sid Wilson at the end of last year.
She went away from the spotlight during the start of her pregnancy, but has since showered admirers with images of the gorgeous child on social media, confirming his name as Sidney.
The new mum took to Instagram to post a photo of herself looking stunning backstage at The Masked Singer, all up in a glittery black costume and matching bow.
Alongside the upload, she wrote: ‘Never leave a rhinestone unturned – Dolly Parton.
‘Yesterday was so much fun thank you so much to everyone @maskedsingerfox.’
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However, when a fan noted that she ‘looked different’ and questioned whether she had ‘had work done’, as well as why she didn’t post much during her pregnancy, Kelly was quick to share her reasons.
‘Did you have work done on your neck, face? You look quite different. Also I never saw a pregnant picture of you, did you hire a surrogate to carry your child? Thank you for your transparency,’ the follower in question penned.
Squashing the rumors, she replied: ‘It’s just from weight loss. Honestly I’ve only had Botox.
‘There are no pictures of me pregnant because I hid for 9 months because I did not want to get fat shamed.’
Kelly and Sid announced their pregnancy in May of last year, with their new baby due at the end of 2022.
Since then, the child has remained at his mother’s side, even accompanying her on set.
Speaking to Us Weekly about motherhood, she said: ‘One of my conditions in working is that I have to be able to bring my baby with me. If I can’t bring my baby with me, I’m not doing it.
‘He came to set every day and I would have Sidney cuddle breaks where I would leave set to just have a cuddle and then go back. When he’s not with me, all I do is think about, “Is he okay?”’
She also admitted to plucking Nick Cannon’s infant brain while they were filming Beat Shazam together.
‘Working with Nick is so much fun,’ she continued. ‘He is such a professional. He came in and just killed it. Like, he was so good and working with him is really fun, I have to say.’
Discussing whether they had swapped parenting stories and advice, she added: ‘We did actually! I had more questions for him because I’m just starting out [giving] food with my baby and I was asking him what foods he started out with and if, and when, he lets his children use an iPad and what they watch.’
Source My Celebrity Life.