Tia Mowry flexed her slimmer figure on Instagram dressed in tight jeans and a smart jacket after losing her pregnancy weight.
After giving birth to her daughter Cairo in May 2018, Tia Mowry-Hardrict made herself vulnerable in terms of sharing her post-pregnancy fitness journey to inspire other moms that it's okay to embrace the struggle and there's no need to rush to get back in shape.
The proud mom-of-two has been open about her struggles with her post-partum weight, and now that she's nearing her weight goal, she's been sharing more of her outfits on social media.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict attending an outdoor party | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Now, at 17 months postpartum, the mother-of-two is almost close to her goal weight, and while that may be a long time for many, it's perfectly fine for Tia as she's chosen to "trust the process."
Dressed in skinny jeans, a smart jacket, and heels, Mowry posted a photo of herself ready to head out to one of her engagements showing off the fruits of her labor in the past couple of months.
Tia previously shared about the "snapback culture," which pressures new moms to lose their post-baby weight as quickly as they can.
While she fell into this pressure a while back, she reveals that at one point, she realized there was no need to pressure herself to lose weight.
Ultimately, Mowry-Hardrict wanted to inspire other moms to just trust the process and love their bodies and all the changes that pregnancy brings.
“I intentionally documented my journey and became vulnerable to show #women that it’s okay to go at your own pace, it is okay to love yourself no matter where you are in your journey. Do not fold to societal pressures. After hard work with just diet and exercise, today I’m closer to my goal. Do I have loose skin and stretch marks? YES. Guess what?? I LOVE all me and I want you to love all of you too.”
If there's one thing that the "Sister, Sister" actress feels is important in the midst of parenting, is loving yourself first. After all, how can you spread love to all those around you, especially your children, if you don't love yourself first?
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