Daphne Oz of 'The Chew' Posts Pic of Her 10-Week Post-Baby Body after Working Out
Daphne Oz is unashamed of her post-partum body as she proudly shows it off after a workout in her home gym.
Daughter of Dr. Mehmet Oz of the "Dr. Oz Show," Daphne Oz is taking steps towards reaching her health goals. She revealed she's done only her second workout since giving birth to her fourth child.
The 33-year-old "Chew" host included an encouraging caption in a selfie photo she shared to Instagram earlier this week. Her post is found below.
In the shot, Daphne definitely looked like she was in post-workout mode while wearing a green two-piece workout bra and leggings with black sneakers. The tv-personality still looked good as she stood next to her equipment.
Daphne wrote in the caption:
"Everyone starts somewhere. #10weekspostpartum just got sweaty and it felt so GOOD! only my second real workout since having Gigi."
"I’m not in a rush, I just want to start to feel my core again and strength in my skin. consistency and baby steps get it done."
Daphne and her husband of nine years John Jovanovic welcomed baby Giovanna Ines on August 14. They also share daughters Domenica Celine, one, and Philomena Bijou, five. Their son Jovan Jr. is three.
Daphne took to Instagram soon after giving birth to share a family photo of all her kids and Jovanovic gathered around her as she lay in the hospital bed.
The cookbook author originally made the announcement she was pregnant back in March. In September, she posted a throwback photo from her pregnancy days as she reminisced about being pregnant.
In the picture, Daphne stood on one foot on a grassy lawn and cradled her large stomach as she looked at the camera. She was actually promoting good health and showing off her hair in the post.
In the caption, she recommended some products to her fans which could be seen in the second shot of the post. She further revealed that the photo was taken in Los Angeles over the summer.
We're glad to see that Daphne is taking her time in getting her weight back to what she'd like it to be. We encourage her to keep at it and continue taking baby steps.