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And she's walking in heels!
Hilary Duff looks great!
The girl just had a baby last week and she's already looking all fine and shiz with her hip-hugging pants and platform heels.
The new momma debuted her post-baybay bod and her sweet new iPad as she walked to a hair salon in West Hollywood, California on Thursday.
Seems like Hil has had an eye-opening week. She recently tweeted:
4 am…Sleepy eyed. Feeding baby..whew this job is no joke!
You still look, fab! You're a total hawtie, Hilary!
Howves, from what we hear, Bey's secret isn't surrogate — it's a LIVE IN trainer!
That's right her trainer , Marco Borges, has MOVED into her home, with her family, so he lead her daily workouts. Marco wakes up Mommonce at 5 a.m. for a fun two-hour workout, which they do AGAIN at 5 p.m.
A source says:
“They do a mix of cardio, Pilates, plyometrics, yoga and, of course, dance.”
She's also on a strict diet. The new mom is eating six small, high-protein meals a day — and NO snaking. Blue's mom is so not playing around about losing that weight. Our source says she hopes to drop from 170lbs turns into 128lbs by early March.
Knowing Beymom working out like a beast makes her crazyass transformation seem a tad more fair.
Still, it'd be nice if ALL new moms could have that kind of money and free time….
Being an actress, she's required to bounce back to her pre-pregnancy body in a short amount of time.
So, how DOES she do it, anyway?
Ali exclusively shares her post-pregger exercise tips that will give you a bangin' body back in time!
This was Bey's first public appearance since giving birth to The Chosen One, Blue Ivy Carter.
She wore a gorgeous figure-hugging red dress by Alice Temperley and Louboutin heels and she looked AMAZING! This woman just give birth A MONTH AGO.
During Jigga's 90-minute set, he performed Glory, his song dedicated to his baby girl. Afterwards, he told the crowd:
"I didn't think I was gonna make it through that one. That was tough."
Awwww. We would have loved to seen that.
Now, when can we meet the little princess?? We're dying over here!!
Giving birth is one of the most painful and challenging things a human being can endure.
The toll it takes on a woman's body is immeasurable. And the last thing women want to do after giving birth is carry around an 8-pound baby.
But there are ways to cope with getting over the soreness and alleviating the pain, particularly in your back.
You would think that after giving birth, the worst pain would be over. That is true to some extent, but that doesn’t mean we are completely out of the woods. No matter how tiny they may be, holding a baby for great part of the day can take a toll on your back.
Not to mention all the bending down to change diapers, dress, bathe, feed, etc. The constant strain and extra weight you’re carrying around can cause back pain and achy joints, which is just about the last thing you need right now. I myself suffered from these inconvenient ailments, so I turned to my chiropractor Dr. Elliot Berlin for some tips on how to both prevent and alleviate the pain.
If you’re already experiencing soreness, Dr. Berlin recommends massages and chiropractic adjustments to help loosen tight muscles and restore motion, as well as overall relaxation. Good hydration is also key as dry muscles become stiff and spasm, so keep that water bottle nearby at all times. And make sure to take a multivitamin with minerals, especially if you’re nursing. Babies suck out a lot of nutrients that your muscles need to relax.
As for preventive measures, Dr. Berlin emphasizes the importance of stretching regularly. Posture is also essential, so you might want to look at yourself in the mirror when holding your child to make sure that you are not bending significantly to one side with your hip closing in on your shoulder. This will cause muscles to tighten on one side and weaken on the other.
Examine your posture when breastfeeding, too, to make sure you’re not slumping. If you are, add a back support pillow and sit with your knees slightly higher than your hips to keep the hip joints open.
Finally – and you may not like this, but it’s really important – wear supportive shoes! This is just one of those times when fashion has to take a backseat.
Such great advice! And Ali's right. Being a new mom isn't about being a fashionista. It's about being comfortable, energized, and ready to go at a moment's notice.
After Hilary Duff is done making a baby she's gonna go back to making music!
The 5-month pregnant 24-year-old has announced her plans to hit the studio after the baby is born. Hil said:
"I want to get into the studio. I want to start recording. Even if I just mess around and kind of get myself in the swing of it. Before I got pregnant I was thinking about making a record so I still want to do that."
As excited as we are to hear talk of a new Duff album, we feel her timing is a little off. Shouldn't she be trying to cut an album before she becomes a mommy?
Not to worry, Hilary has the prefect parenting plan!
"I think that after I have the baby I'll want to sit still for a few months and learn how to be a really good mom and then there's no reason why I can't put a record out and tour."
FLAWLESS! We all know it only takes a few moths to learn how to be a "really good mom," so it sounds like she has the whole thing figured out!
After the perfect parenting and the tour Mrs. Duff is
gonna go back to mothering write another novel!
"I have like four dogs so I have this funny story in my head about their whole dynamic together living in the same house, she said. I thought it would make a really cute child's novel."
JOEMYGAWD! How much free time does she think she's gonna have??
We support her plan (for now), but we'll see how she feels after see spends some time with her baby.
[Image via WENN.]