We think she looks amazing.
But Michelle Heaton, who’s pregnant with her second baby, has revealed she feels ‘fat’ after her two stone weight gain – and is ALREADY planning her post-baby weight loss regime.
Michelle, 34, has explained that she is not at all happy about her changing pregnancy body.
The star, who is seven months pregnant, told OK! magazine: “I don’t like being pregnant. The end result is obviously amazing but being pregnant isn’t fun. I feel fat.”
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She went on to say: “People keep telling me that [that she's not fat but pregnant,] but it doesn’t matter. I feel huge.”
What’s more, Michelle admitted that she doesn’t just feel ‘fat,’ but ‘unattractive’ too.
She explained: “I’ve put on 2st 5lbs. It’s hard. I was trying on my dress for the national Television Awards last week and I felt so unattractive.”
And despite having two months left of pregnancy, Michelle, who’s already mum to two-year-old Faith, explained that she’s already got a weight loss regime in place for after the baby arrives.
She said: “I’ll start working out in six to eight weeks [after her Caesarean] I’ve already got a Fitness plan drawn up to lose the baby weight. But until then I’m going to eat really healthily because 80% of weight loss is a result of your diet.”
And it seems that Michelle, who’s married to personal trainer Hugh Hanley, is hopeful that her body will ping back into shape.
She said: “Working out improves your muscle memory so getting back into shape becomes a lot easier.”
Michelle struggled with her changing body when she was expecting Faith, too.
Just before she got pregnant the singer had slimmed down to a tiny size 6 after being devised a Healthy diet and exercise plan by her husband.
She explained: “The first few months have been tough. It’s difficult to lose control of your body. It hasn’t been easy, especially when you’ve been in control for so long. You do have to get over that mindset of, ‘OK, it’s not me, it’s fat for the baby and the baby needs this. But it takes some getting used to and it’s not easy.”