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Kym Johnson, 41, shows off post-baby body while dancing with her kids

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 29, 2018
09:16 A.M.
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Kym Johnson-Herjavec, a professional ballroom dancer and proud new mom, took to social media and shared an adorable video of the twins.

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In the video, Kym can be seen cuddling a baby in each arm. She explained in the caption that it was her 'new home workout,' and thanked Mammojo for the 'Lactivewear' outfit.

She also included the hashtags 'post-pregnancy body' and 'baby curtsey.' Her post soon accumulated more than 147,000 views.

Just last week, she shared another cute photo of the twins resting on either side of her while she sat on the couch, working on her laptop. To learn more, follow us on Twitter, at AmoMama USA

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She joked that it was her new office, and explained that she was 'working on a new class.' Since giving birth, she's moved her classes to 10 am.

'I never realized being a Mom was so glamorous [...] My Mom gave me some great advice when we came home with the babies which was "Keep a good sense of humor."'

Kym Johnson-Herjavec, Instagram, May 14, 2018.

The twins, Hudson Robert and Haven Mae, were born in April, just one minute apart. Kym is a first-time mother, but her husband Robert Herjavec has three children from a previous relationship. 

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Robert was married Diane Plese for 24 years, and they share two daughters - Caprice and Skye - and a son, Brendan. 

He met Kym in 2015 when they were partnered on Dancing With The Stars. They announced their engagement a few months later and exchanged vows back in July. 

Robert, a savvy businessman and billionaire, is known for his roles in Small Business Revolution: Main Street, as well as Shark Tank, Beyond The Tank, and Dragon's Den

Fans of the famous couple can follow Kym's escapades on Instagram, where she shares behind-the-scenes glimpses of their life with her 244,000 followers. 

Robert is currently filming Shark Tank Meets Shark Week, and the made-for-TV documentary will be released later this year.  

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