Maren Morris Embraces Post-Baby Body & Slams ‘Pressure’ To Bounce Back –


New mother Maren Morris doesn’t have any time for physique shamers! The nation music star shared an essential message in regards to the ‘pressure’ on ladies after giving delivery.

Maren Morris has taken a stand in opposition to societal pressures confronted by new mothers. The 30-year-old “The Bones” hitmaker took to Instagram on April 2 to share a candid message in regards to the unrealistic expectations positioned on ladies’s our bodies after giving delivery. It was accompanied by two pictures: the primary confirmed her sporting a beige lingerie set whereas the second confirmed her figuring out on a health ball in her residence. “am never saying “trying to get my body back” once more. nobody took it, i didn’t lose it like a set of keys,” she started. 

Maren continued, “the pressure we put on mothers to “snap back” is insurmountable and deeply troublesome. you’re and at all times had been a f*****g bada**. and yeah, I’m proud.” The mom-of-one, who welcomed son Hayes in March 2020 with husband Ryan Hurd, obtained loads of help from followers. “You’re amazing!!!!! Thank You for using your voice and making me proud to worn in county music!,” one follower wrote, whereas one other commented, “You and your body made a person. You should be very proud.” 

Back in 2019, she opened as much as Playboy about why she’s not afraid to clap again at physique shamers, regardless of the stigmas related to being a rustic artist. “Every time I’ve spoken up or clapped back at some troll, it has been very much me,” she instructed the outlet. “I wouldn’t go back on any of it, because they deserved it. Body shamers? They’re asking for it. I would never regret calling them out.”

 

Maren Morris on the Grammy Awards. Image: Shutterstock

Although Maren acknowledged that “not many country artists speak up,” she hopes that sharing essential messages will present her followers: “This is where I stand, this is what I want, this is the world I want my kids to live in … I don’t want to be one of those head-in-the-sand artists who’s only worried about keeping the money in my pocket. I get only one life here, and if I’m going to be a musician and do this thing I’ve been given a gift for, I would like people to know what I believe in.”

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