8 Celebs Who Got Their Pre-Baby Bodies Back

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Giving birth is a beautiful thing, but the post-baby effects to your body may be a less-than-welcome addition to your family. To get you back to your pre-pregnancy shape—or even better—some plastic surgeons have combined specific treatments to create what’s commonly called a “mommy makeover.” The makeover typically includes a breast lift or augmentation, some variation of tummy tuck, liposuction, spider or varicose vein treatments and possibly even laser or topical treatments to deal with pigmentation changes in your skin.

The recovery can be lengthy, and you should wait to have a mommy makeover until you are finished having children. Keep in mind the results can be dramatic, as you are undoing the changes that occurred during pregnancy that can’t be improved with diet and exercise.

Second-time mom, actress Jessica Alba, rocked a '60s-style gown that showed off her super-tiny waist just three months after giving birth to baby girl Haven Garner Warren. Yes, you read that correctly: three months.

To show you that achieving a banging post-baby body is possible, here are seven more inspiring celebrity moms who look better than ever.

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No other pregnant celeb glows quite like Kate Hudson did in this pale yellow Versace gown, but wow, what an after picture! Just four months after delivering her second son, Kate showed off her post-baby curves in a custom-made Stella McCartney dress that proves that moms can be super hot, too.


While pregnancy may only last nine months, the stretch marks you acquire during in that time will remain long after. There are tons of products out there that may help reduce their appearance, but the efficacy of these formulas varies. Other options to lighten stretch marks include light-based laser treatments like Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), which can reduce some of the redness in the skin. Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) and fractional laser resurfacing are additional options but most doctors do not feel that that lasers can prevent or fully eliminate stretch marks, but rather only make them marginally less obvious. Surgeries like tummy tucks are really the only way to get rid of stretch marks.

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One of the busiest actresses in Hollywood, Amy Adams lost no time reclaiming her pre-baby body. Shown here five months after delivering daughter Aviana, this American sweetheart credits hard work at the gym and dance classes for helping her melt away her baby weight.

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Her hardcore efforts to get her pre-baby body back were well documented on the reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and just eight months after giving birth to son Mason, Kourtney Kardashian showed that those efforts really paid off.

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Maybe it’s thanks to the fellow Victoria’s Secret angels she surrounds herself with, but model Adriana Lima seems to have some divine influence on her side, as she rocks this glittery minidress 16 months after giving birth to daughter Valentina.

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Just six months before turning 40, Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi gave birth to her daughter, Krishna. Less than a year later, she was back to her super-svelte self.

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To keep up with her guy, Matthew McConaughey, in the hot body category, model Camila Alves reclaimed her body after baby number two (shown here 13 months after delivering) by working out with trainer Gunnar Peterson and limiting treats. “After being pregnant, I learned that my body holds onto weight way more than before,” she says. “I still eat French fries and chocolate, but I choose those times wisely.”

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Reality television star Bethenny Frankel used her stardom to launch her Skinnygirl cocktails and a series of books on diet and fitness, so it would only seem natural that she would pose in a swimsuit in Us Magazine just three weeks after giving birth via C-section to son Bryn. She credits exercise, healthy eating and her daily cleansing system for getting her in this little black dress four months after delivering.


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