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Tiffany Hall opens up about her post-baby body

Former Biggest Loser coach Tiffany Hall has opened up about ‘still looking pregnant weeks after giving birth’ to her son Arnold.

The 33-year-old Taekwondo master and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee welcomed their bundle of joy into the world almost three weeks ago but the new mum has confessed she ‘still to this day looks pregnant.’

The admission to Mamamia comes as Ms Hall enters the world of ‘stretch marks, no sleep, stitches and aching breasts’, a lifestyle so far removed from her usual healthy eating and regular exercise regime.

The 33-year-old Taekwondo master and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee welcomed their bundle of joy into the world almost three weeks ago but the new mum has confessed she 'still to this day looks pregnant' (pictured with baby Arnold)

The 33-year-old Taekwondo master and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee welcomed their bundle of joy into the world almost three weeks ago but the new mum has confessed she ‘still to this day looks pregnant’ (pictured pre-pregnancy left and with baby Arnold on the right)

The admission to Mamamia comes as Ms Hall enters the world of 'stretch marks, no sleep, stitches and aching breasts', a lifestyle so far removed from her usual healthy eating and regular exercise regime

The admission to Mamamia comes as Ms Hall enters the world of ‘stretch marks, no sleep, stitches and aching breasts’, a lifestyle so far removed from her usual healthy eating and regular exercise regime

But according to the regular updates she posts to Instagram, she ‘loves her new normal.’

What she doesn’t love is the pressure mother’s face to get back to their pre-baby body in a matter of minutes.

‘There’s not enough emphasis on mental health recovery after birth, it’s all about “my body looks like this”,’ Ms Hall said.

‘I don’t appreciate it when women are [posing on Instagram] in a bikini two weeks later, it’s not easy or fair for other women.’

While breastfeeding Ms Hall doesn't want to jeopardise her milk supply, so is steering clear of any strenuous movement or diet changes

While breastfeeding Ms Hall doesn't want to jeopardise her milk supply, so is steering clear of any strenuous movement or diet changes

While breastfeeding Ms Hall doesn’t want to jeopardise her milk supply, so is steering clear of any strenuous movement or diet changes

Her positive post-baby social media posts appear to be inspiring fans of the fitness entrepreneur, with regular commenters praising her down-to-earth approach to motherhood (pictured in the delivery room)

Her positive post-baby social media posts appear to be inspiring fans of the fitness entrepreneur, with regular commenters praising her down-to-earth approach to motherhood (pictured in the delivery room)

While breastfeeding Ms Hall doesn’t want to jeopardise her milk supply, so is steering clear of any strenuous movement or diet changes.

Her positive post-baby social media posts appear to be inspiring fans of the fitness entrepreneur, with regular commenters praising her down-to-earth approach to motherhood. 

‘Your Insta account really is a delight. I’m pregnant with my third and struggling with the changes. Your posts make me smile,’ one woman wrote.

 ‘Thank you Tiffany Hall for being ‘normal’ – no flat belly after one week shot – love it and congratulations. Treasure every moment cos they grow up far too quickly,’ another said.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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