“When I was pregnant, I gained 70 lbs! I wish it was all in my belly, but it was on my arms, my thighs, my ass. I remember at the time thinking, This is incredible. I’d never enjoyed food more and I didn’t care. My vanity was completely tidal-waved by the need to just nourish this thing. Nothing was going to stop me! Finally, my doctor was like, ‘Okay, you’re, uh, gaining at a pretty rapid pace.’ Well, yeah! For the first time in a long time, I had absolutely zero concern about my weight. It felt really good.”
It gets to be euphoric, and then it’s like food poisoning, you feel like you’ll never eat again, and then before you know it you’re pigging out with the feed bag strapped to your face. And I’m a foodie, and love food, and I travel the world for food, so I get heavy again between the show.
On being mistaken for pregnant:
This woman stopped me and was like, “God, you have so many kids,” and I go, “Well not all of them are mine, I just have two,”‘ Drew said. ‘And she said, “Well, and you’re expecting, obviously.” And I literally looked at her and go, “No, I’m just fat right now.” Oh man, that is rough. I was, like, “I’ll just tell this story and make fun of myself,” but she’s a b***h.
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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