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Are You Annoyed or Envious of Celeb Moms Post Baby Body Photos?

Victoria Beckham's post-baby body

Are you annoyed as much as I am by celeb moms’ post-baby body photos?

I myself am guilty of writing about celebrity moms who’ve lost their baby weight.  I find it quite annoying that some of these women drop the weight so damn quickly!

“Oh, she’s just jealous.”  Maybe I am a little envious but I’m also perplexed.

Have you seen Victoria Beckham?  The woman looks as slim as ever and she gave birth to Harper Seven nine weeks ago.

She showed off her post-baby body in a pink and black shift dress from her newly launched label, Victoria by Victoria Beckham, which she debuted at New York Fashion Week.  She does NOT look like she just had a baby.

And it’s not like she delivered a tiny baby either – Harper weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz. at birth.

It’s in the genes, you say?

Jessica Alba is already looking back to normal herself.  Ivanka Trump is looking smokin’ a month after giving birth. And Mariah Carey has been working out like a fiend to drop the baby weight. Miranda Kerr… that’s a whole other post!

Is there really that much pressure in Hollywood for women to be a certain size? Yes.  Isn’t there some leeway for new mothers? Apparently not.

Should we be envying these women or telling them to slow down?  I know they are celebs, but really, isn’t there much more to focus on after just having a baby than looking good?

What do you think – do photos of celeb moms post baby body make moms feel bad?

Photo: PacificCoastNews.com

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