How Maggie Wilson achieved "parang di nanganak" body after giving birth

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Four months after giving birth in 2012, Maggie Wilson was back to wearing swimsuits.


Maggie Wilson is "happiest in a swimsuit."

So if you're following her on Instagram, you'll see a lot of swimsuit shots on her feed.

Initially, the mother of one simply felt confident flaunting her killer body in stylish bikinis.

In 2011, she launched her own swimsuit line, and started modeling the designs herself.

Among the top comments of her followers: "Nanganak ka ba talaga?"

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In a previous interview with Smart Parenting, the wife of real-estate magnate Victor Consunji admitted to gaining 48 pounds during her pregnancy five years ago.

The 5'7" stunner was extremely underweight, weighing only 107 pounds, before she got pregnant.

Although the TV host preferred to have a normal delivery,she gave birth via C-section on February 28, 2012.

Maggie specifically asked her OB-gynecologist to perform a bikini cut.

Four months later, she was back to wearing swimsuits.

In an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) last March 20, 2017, Maggie said maintaining her figure entails hard work.

The TV5's Philippine Next Top Model host explained, "Well, if you wanted to look like this, it's something that everyone should understand that I don't wake up, you know, the next day to look like this.

"It took me months to get back to my body and my shape.

"I think people need to understand that we do make an effort.

"I think what a lot of moms forget is that sometimes they let themselves go.

"And when they do let themselves go, they end up becoming unhappy."

Though she loves being a mom, she said in jest, "I'm flattered when they say that I don't look like I'm a mom, because I work hard to not look like a mom."

Now how did she achieve that beach-ready bod?

"I work hard, I eat well, and I don't abuse my body."

Maggie runs marathons with her triathlete husband.

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Good genes also played crucial.

Before ending the interview, she left a special message to all moms.

"Rule number one is love your child, but love yourself above all.

"Because before your child, there was you and there was your partner or husband," she ended.


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