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5 Celeb Moms Whose Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss Makes Us Jealous

We’re not sure how these new moms managed to make the pregnancy pounds disappear mere weeks after giving birth, but we like to comfort ourselves by assuming they’re all genetic freaks. (Or lucky enough to be privy to some sort of post-birth surgery that only Hollywood starlets can afford.)

Regardless, their superhuman weight loss just makes those of us who are still trying to lose the weight two years later, a bit nauseous.

Bethenny Frankel

While we appreciate that you admitted that your size 2, post-baby figure is “annoying” Bethenny, we still find it, well…annoying.

Gisele Bundchen

We assumed that the genetics behind the Brazilian model’s flawless figure would help her bounce back fairly quickly, but we didn’t expect that days after giving birth, she’d look like she never even had a baby. And what pisses us off even more is that the supermodel claims she just watched what she ate and worked out throughout her pregnancy, knocking moms who “get pregnant and decide they can turn into garbage disposals”, as if those of us who didn’t snap back within a week must have sat on our butts and pigged out for nine months straight!

Nicole Richie

So we weren’t exactly expecting this pin-thin starlet to blow up or anything, but she didn’t have to shrink back into a size zero less than a month after giving birth either.

Heidi Klum

Sure, we know they call her “the body”, but we’re still trying to come to terms with how this model-turned-mogul managed to lose the baby weight, not once but twice, in order to return to the Victoria Secret catwalk in next to nothing, less than six weeks after giving birth.

Angelina Jolie

She’s already got a wildly successful career, Brad Pitt for a partner, a brood of adorable kids and she’s one of the sexiest women alive, so how come Angelina Jolie also gets to give birth to twins and then lose all the baby weight without even trying?

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