“Bodies are Different": Lady Displays Her Stomach One Month After Giving Birth to Triplets

“Bodies are Different": Lady Displays Her Stomach One Month After Giving Birth to Triplets

  • A radiant mother showcases her postnatal figure just four weeks after welcoming triplets through a Caesarean delivery
  • The mother, known as @officialstaciaa on Instagram, recently embraced motherhood to triplets with her partner of Caucasian descent, opting for a Caesarean section barely a month prior
  • She took to social media to share a glimpse of her gently rounded belly, earning accolades from netizens who commended her allure in the wake of birthing triplets

A glowing new mother exhibits her post-birth physique a mere month following the Caesarean birth of her triplets.

Identified on Instagram as @officialstaciaa, this proud mother recently expanded her family with the arrival of triplets, fathered by her partner of European descent, through a surgical birth just four weeks ago.

Nigerian lady shows her pregnancy stomach
Lady displays her stomach. Photo credit: @officialstacia
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Her recent social media post, revealing her modestly distended abdomen, has drawn praise from virtual onlookers who admire her postnatal beauty after the triplet delivery.

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She captioned her video post:

“POV: my abdomen a month on from delivering triplets by C-section.”

Watch the video below:

We compiled some of the reactions below:

Sweetylyx said:

“This her one month tummy looks like my tummy after eating one plate of semo and egusi.”

B_unique said:

“For someone who just birthed triplets, she looks wayyyyy too good.”

Anniehaircollection stated:

“Body differs…don’t see her tummy and start pressuring yourself.”

Weightlossproducts wrote:

“Just heal well sis. The Internet doesn’t deserve this news. Congratulations.”

Yourclosetmatters said:

“May you carry your baby/babies this year to all TTC and Expectant Mothers.”

Queen_anita advised:

“Bodies are different after childbirth, don’t pressure yourself.”

Derbhy said:

“My queen you look goo, you carried 3 humans biko.”

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Khasome said:

“This is my stomach now and I never born.”

Voksbabe wrote:

“U had triplets and your stomach is small like this girl u are lucky. B4 your babies will be one year, your stomach will be very flat. So relax sis.”

Pregnant lady in tears as she displays result

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian lady's happiness in her relationship was turned into sorrow after a medical test.

The lady found out that her genotype didn't match that of her lover and they would have to part ways for the sake of their unborn children.

In a video, the lady identified as @slimgoodyz0 on TikTok said she was already two months pregnant for her man.

In a recent development, it was reported that a young woman startled many people on the internet after she unveiled her pregnancy transformation on TikTok.

Source: Legit.ng

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