'Pressure' Vogue Williams says there's no pressure to 'snap back' after giving birth
The Irish TV presenter welcomed a baby boy with her husband Spencer Matthews last week.
Vogue Williams has revealed that she’s in no rush to “snap back” into shape after giving birth to her third child.
The Irish TV presenter welcomed a baby boy with her husband Spencer Matthews last week. The couple are also parents to three-year-old Theodore and one-year-old Gigi.
And while Vogue made sure to squeeze in time for training sessions in the gym right up until her due date, she said that she isn’t putting pressure on herself to work on getting her pre-pregnancy body back any time soon.
“Definitely not now. Maybe with Theodore I felt the pressure that I put on myself, but not now. You just need to look after yourself,” she told OK! Magazine.
“Getting your pelvic floor back is more important, I think. I go on this special buzzing chair called the PelviPower, and it’s amazing.
“I think your body will always be slightly different because you’re stretched to within an inch of your life.
“But I’m quite lucky being so tall; I hold [a pregnancy] differently. There’s more space for the baby.”
The 36-year-old also spoke about taking a break from working on her many projects while she recovers from her pregnancy – which means the ever-popular My Therapist Ghosted Me and the Vogue & Spencer podcasts may be on hiatus for a while.
“I’ll definitely take a break, but a lot of my jobs are done from home, so I’m happy to continue with those. I’ll just see how I feel,” she explained.
“After I had Gigi, I felt amazing and sprung back to life quickly, but you just don’t know.”
Vogue revealed that she had given birth to a healthy baby boy on April 18th with an Instagram post showing Theodore and Gigi having a cuddle with their new baby brother.
She wrote: “We are so happy to announce that our beautiful boy arrived safely on Monday evening. Bursting with love, he is the perfect addition to our family.”
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