Russian supermodel and momzy of three, Elena Perminova, had us all dropping our jaws when she shared today a super hot pic of her baby bump next to her post-baby-bump full figure just two months after giving birth. The model stripped of for Vogue Russia to show off and inspire women with her incerdible post-pregnancy figure.
The aim behind her nude and not-so-nude but super hot pics she posts on her Instagram page is to encourage new moms to stay fit and pretty before, during, and most importantly -after pregnancy. And she definitely proves us it is possible. And it is fun. And it is recommended if you want to be a hashtag milf. Hoping no young kids are reading this but oh well.
The 28-year-old, who is married to Russian millionaire businessman Alexander Lebedev, started a gruelling 7-days-a-week exercise regime just two weeks after having her third baby by Caesarian last year – sharing pics on Instagram as she went.
Her Vogue photoshoot was accompanied by advice to Russian women on how to reclaim their figures after pregnancy.
” Found in the archives one of my mostly life-asserting photos, made for @voguerussia and posting it for the first time with the idea to bear up young mommies: happy maternity (including the breast-feeding) never stops from keeping fit! Love your body, take exercises even if you may be lazy. On the left: the photo made 2 weeks before the baby birth, on the right – 2 months after.”
If this isn`t motivating enough, I don`t know what is. Seeing a beautiful mommy`s body in all its splendour can only make you wanna get up from that couch, throw the potato chips that you`re indulging in just because you`re preggo or still not fit yet, and get yourself toned, fit and hot. Cause this is who we are, the #realmomsters.
Elena told Vogue: ‘Normally doctors say “yes” to sport only three months after giving birth. ‘But I started earlier, just two weeks afterwards, even though I had a Caesarian.’
She added: ‘The doctor allowed me to do it because I felt very well. Naturally, at first I was not exercising a lot, or there was a risk to breastfeeding.
‘And the main thing – I did not exercise my stomach. It is dangerous to do it right after birth.’ She started off with simple repetitive exercises as her daughter Arina slept.