Is It Hard To Drop Baby Weight? Meghan Markle Shows Post-Partum Shape At First Public Appearance Since Giving Birth

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June 11, 2019 12:00 By Mambee

Meghan Markle gave birth to baby Archie on May 6, 2019. A month later, she stunned the crowd at Trooping the Colour, an official royal event in celebration of the Queen’s birthday and her reign. At this first official appearance of the Duchess got, all eyes glued to her elegant navy outfit and her beaming smile.

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She looked happy, as she was riding with Prince Harry in a horse carriage. A year before, Trooping the Colour was something new and unknown to Meghan. But 2019 came with work experience and new family status, and she carries herself like a true royal.

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The Duchess of Sussex seemed comfortable in her postpartum weight, which is different from her shape before the baby.

Is it difficult to drop baby weight?

During pregnancy, it’s normal for a future mom to gain 25–35 pounds (11.5–16 kg), but dropping extra weight can be a tough mission. Research claims that 50 percent of women put on much more weight than the recommended norm.

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The success of getting back to the normal shape depends on genetics and discipline. If a mother isn’t lucky with the first one, she may try the second.

Experts say it’s not a good idea to neglect extra kilos, as they may result in:

  • Increased risk of being overweight;
  • The risk of getting diabetes and heart disease;
  • Possible complications in later pregnancies;
  • Greater health risks for those suffering from gestational diabetes.

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The first month of parenthood might be challenging and stressful. That’s why it’s important not to be too hard on yourself, and take things slow.

Tips for new mothers

Set realistic goals. It’s impossible to get back to your normal shape in a week. So, take one step at a time.

Do not cut your calories, but rather review your meal plan. It should consist of various fresh products rich in vitamins, minerals, and fibers.

Opt for breastfeeding if you can. According to research, women who breastfeed lose more baby weight faster.

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Start exercising. The intensity and type of physical activity must depend on your health. Consult with your physician to make sure you don’t have any postpartum contraindications.

After all, the number on the scales should not add pressure to a mother’s mind. It’s better to focus on self-care and the well-being of a child and adapt to a new period of life.

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Meghan Markle seems to embrace this marvelous period of her life. We can totally see it from her face, which was glowing with confidence and joy as she rode to the Buckingham Palace. She is a beautiful new mom!

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