In July last year, it was reported that American model Ashley Graham, 34, was expecting a baby again with husband Justin Irvine.
A few months later, the model shared an extra cute message: There were two babies in her womb, and so she became a mother to twins. at January little boys are bornafter the 34-year-old cut all the way to the finish.
“Justin and I are so happy we can share the news that our little boys are finally here. They were born early this morning at home and are happy and healthy,” she wrote on Instagram.
And now she’s sharing an update with her followers – something that followers have praised, according to him us weekly.
In a new Instagram post, the 34-year-old shares new photos of her postpartum stomach – three months after the sons were born.
“Hello, New York mage. We’ve been through a lot. Thank you. # Three months after giving birth”, she writes in the post, attaching three photos of her stomach.
Since the post was published on Sunday, Norwegian time, it has received 730 thousand likes, as well as nearly 6,750 comments.
“I’ve been afraid for a long time of getting pregnant and getting stretch marks…but oh my gosh! You make them look beautiful and natural, and something I’ll never be ashamed of, because the body makes life! Thank you for the reminder,” one follower writes.
Thank you for spreading your truth. This is what makes people who go through this experience feel that they are not alone,” another writes.
A third notes that “that stomach has the most wonderful stories to tell,” while a fourth adds:
“Perfect, perfect, perfect.”
In January two years ago, Graham and her husband were able to welcome their son, Isaac Menelik, into the world. After a year and a half So the news came that they are going to be parents to twins.
Throughout her pregnancy, the model has been praised for its openness to the changes that have occurred in the body, and for She has shared regular photos of both her stretch marks and the body.
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