Miracle Watts Embraces Her Post-Pregnancy Body In A New Instagram Post: ‘Not Every Woman Snaps Back’

The ‘P-Valley’ actress is over the unrealistic body expectations placed on new moms!

Miracle Watts is proud of her post-pregnancy body!

Earlier this month, the P-Valley actress announced the arrival of her first child with fellow actor Tyler Lepley. Now, the new mom is using her influence to push back against snapback culture, which suggests to women that they have to look a certain way shortly after giving birth.

“I was going back and forth on posting…But then I was like f*** it, somebody has to keep it real (it’s my duty to moms),” the new mom captioned her candid Instagram post on October 19.

In the bathroom selfies, Miracle beautifully celebrated her curves while posing in the mirror in black lingerie. The social media post also included a conversation with the father of her son.

She continued, “Not every woman snaps back without hard work. This is coming from a person whom everyone thought was going to snap back with no stretch marks (beautiful stories). I just wouldn’t feel like my authentic self to continue posting and hiding who I am today. I’m not perfect neither is my body, I’m a mother, and I AM PERFECTLY me!!!”

The entrepreneur reminded her followers, “Love yourself through it all & KEEP IT SEXY!”

Miracle, you look goodT mama! Thank you for your transparency and for using your platform to dismiss unrealistic body expectations after giving birth. Keep shining, sis.

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