New mum Simone Ormesher has only been a parent for a few days but we're already loving how she's keeping things real when it comes to her body.
The former Bachelor in Paradise star took to Instagram to share a very real mirror selfie that will have every woman who has felt pressured to get back into shape after giving birth cheering.
Simone, who welcomed her daughter Gracie-Mae earlier this month, uploaded a photo of herself in a crop top and briefs, her mummy tummy on full display.
"PP life day 3. It's definitely not easy but absolutely love being a mum there is no feeling or love like it," she captioned her post.
Keeping things candid, she added, "My Life right now... Forgot to put breast pads in on the way home from the hospital so here's me leaking milk. Cried over 20 times today already as I am feeling so overwhelmed with love for our baby girl and struggling with the recovery and my boobies hurt like a mother F--K-- 😭I have never experienced pain like this in my life (Matt is not on his way to buy some cabbage leaves as we speak)"
Simone, who works as a personal trainer, ended her post by highlighting that she will be taking it easy as she gets back into healthy eating and fitness.
"I will talk about my labour soon in a post but I just wanted to jump on here and let you know I will be tracking my recovery and my body journey. I will be taking it super easy and soaking in mum life for the next 6 weeks but focusing on clean eating and then will slowly get back into my fitness routine once my mind and body is healed."
Gracie-Mae Kathleen Thorne was born to Simone and her partner Matt Thorne on October 3 2019 but it wasn't all smooth sailing for the new parents.
The reality star revealed at the time of the birth that there were issues regarding Gracie-Mae's breathing and that she was admitted to the NICU.
In a post shared two days after giving birth, Simone explained that Gracie-Mae was kept in hospital for two more days but now, she's fighting fit.
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"A very raw image of one of the most scariest times of my life taken straight from my chest and strapped to wires with 15 doctors all stood around you just moments after what is meant to be the most magical moment of your life," she captioned her photo.
"Nothing can ever prepare you for this moment and the pain you feel to see your baby like this but I feel so blessed to have such a special little girl who is such a fighter. Now we get to take you home."
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