Blake Lively Gained 61 Lbs. During Pregnancy

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On her pregnancy weight gain and losing the pounds in 14 months:

Turns out you can’t lose the 61 lbs you gained during pregnancy by just scrolling through instragram and wondering why you don’t look like all the bikini models. Thanks @donsaladino for kickin my A double S into shape. 10 months to gain, 14 months to lose. Feeling very proud ???

… says Blake, who gave birth to her second child in September 2016.

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13 thoughts on “Blake Lively Gained 61 Lbs. During Pregnancy”

  1. Her blonde hair is always brassy/yellow. With her ashy roots she should go for a cooler toned blonde, would be much prettier and more natural.
    Anyway I like her body during the Gossip Girl days, now her arms look too muscular. But good for her on losing the weight!

    • she didnt gain ANYWHERE near 61 lbs..
      No doctor would let you gain that unless you were under a BMI of 18.5, in which case it would be tops 40 lbs.
      I am expecting, and was normal BMI and quite tall, and my OB was on me every visit about gaining a healthy amount of weight as there are health risks for gaining too much.

      This is such bunk, obviously a shill and i hope women are now immune to celeb bs promotion

        • thanks! Im riding the rails of the upper limit too now that im at the end and my OB is so on me.. they really want me to stay to the 35 lbs range since it’s healthier for baby and the mother, but i might be a few lbs over 🙂 I’ll probably top out at over 35 but less than 40lbs

        • the 25-35 healthy range IS with the baby, the uterine muscle increase, the breast tissue increase, the amniotic fluid increase, and the additional fat increase in the woman’s body.

          So no. Even if you were having twins, you’d be less than 60

          • edited* Just because it recommended to gain 25-35 pounds doesn’t mean everyone or most people are going to stay inside those limits. Everyone and every pregnancy is different. I gained 80 pounds with my 1st because of thyroid issues and water retention.

  2. She is undeniably beautiful and glowing at any size and she walks with a lovely confidence, but I can’t help but find her boring and sort of uninteresting. She makes fashion choices that speak to her personal style as opposed to being ‘outfitted’ by other people…it’s just not my style.

    • she runs a lifestyle site similar to GOOP/Gwyneth Paltrow.
      Im assuming she gets paid (like KimK) for advertising space and promoting people – note she mentioned the person’s name.

      losing the 25 lbs of birth weight (which after you deduct the baby+fluid+breat tissue gain + uterine mass) is around 10 lbs doesnt seem worth getting a trainer for, and feels manageable for a new mother, but if you exaggerate and inflate the number to 60 lbs, then it makes seem a fantastic feat.

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