The former glamour model has opened up about how quickly new mums should lose their post-pregnancy pounds
Despite snapping back to her post-baby figure just weeks after having her fifth child, Bunny, in August, Katie Price insists that women shouldn’t feel pressured to regain their pre-baby figure.
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The mum of five, who shocked fans after posting a photo of her incredibly small waist just three week’s after her youngest daughter’s birth, spoke on the matter on her new segment The Price Is Right, for Australia’s Channel 7 The Morning Show.
‘I put on four stone with Jett,’ says Katie. ‘With Bunny I put on about a stone and a half, so my figure got back to shape really quickly.
‘After two weeks, my belly was flat which was really weight because not with all of them has it been like that. But I have had a bit of a stressful year, so that probably made a difference.’
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Katie, 36, continued saying that she doesn’t think anyone should be in a rush to shed the pounds. ‘Enjoy the baby, don’t worry about getting into shape,’ she says.
A recent survey found that, on average, it takes new mums around one year and seven months to lose their baby weight – sadly not all of us can celebrate a flat tum a few weeks after giving birth.
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