- Simz Ngema took to social media to reveal a bit about her life after pregnancy
- The gorgeous media personality shared that she gained 20kg while pregnant with her son but is under no pressure to lose it
- Simz said that she enjoys eating and would not force herself to lose the weight until she's ready
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Simz Ngema recently welcomed her first child with Tino Chinyani. The gorgeous celebrity gained 20kg while baking her bun and she is under no pressure to lose it.
Her beautiful baby boy recently turned 3 months and she took to social media to share her journey. Simz revealed that she has not done much to lose the baby weight. She did not bind her tummy as she had a C-section.
The starlet also revealed that she gained 20kgs.
"Today Tiyani turns 3months. I haven’t been binding my tummy because I had a c-section and I’ve gained 20kgs (I enjoy eating) but it’s time for me to start my journey of getting back into shape. I’m giving myself a year. Ang’funi pressure please! (I don't want any pressure please).
The doting momma will lose the weight when she's good and ready.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zenande Mfenyana is not worried what people think and is not feeling pressured at all into losing her pregnancy weight. She is making her daughter a priority who she recently gave birth to.
She revealed the birth of her daughter and let people know that she is going to take it slow while her body heals. "I’m taking it one day a time with my body. I certainly will not put myself under unnecessary pressure for the snap back culture. One sit-up a day is better than no sit-ups at all," Zenande declared.
She added by saying, "I’ve been focused on fully healing and I refuse to succumb to the pressure of snapping back at the expense of my health. My focus now is my well-being, and my daughter's." She wants to be the best mother she can be to her daughter, even with the lack of sleep that comes with looking after a newborn.
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