Talking to MailOnline Rebecca revealed that some people in her life "aren't happy" about her pregnancy weight gain: "People say 'Oh, Becky don't you want to lose a few pounds.' and I'm like 'I'm really content, I'm the happiest I've ever been.' It's funny how the world [perceives] how you should be after pregnancy now, they think you should snap back into shape, especially if you're in the public eye."
For someone who only gave birth (to her third child Arabella) last October, we think Rebecca looks amazing. In fact, she shouldn't lose any weight. She's the perfect example of a sexy, healthy body — and she has the attitude to match.
"I feel like I've got to be a role model," the singer said. "It's OK to just enjoy yourself. [Babies] take nearly a year to make, it's going to take nearly a year to get back into shape. There's a pressure from society. I had that when I was carrying Lillie and Karl. I went on diets and at one point I got down to a size 6 and my mum says 'Becky, stop it.' At that time I shouldn't have been focused on my body, I should have been focused on my lovely little bundles of joy. And I think its OK to want to be healthy; I eat organic, I eat fish, vegetables, but you've got to balance happiness and wanting to look good."
We love her outlook — so refreshing in a world where the majority of celebrity mums seem to be back in their size 6 skinnies two minutes after giving birth.
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