- South African TV personality Minnie Dlamini recently took to social media to flaunt her body
- The beautiful media personality gave birth to her first child just a few months ago
- Social media users were impressed by how quickly she snapped back to her old body
Minnie Dlamini is the definition of snap back bod. The media personality only recently gave birth to her first child and has managed to go right back to her bikini body.
Taking to social media, Minnie showed off a beautiful white swimsuit and her stunning frame:
"After carrying my king for 9 months and giving birth, I’m in love with my body more now than ever before!!!"
This is not the first time Minnie has shown Mzansi just how quickly she snapped back. The TV personality previously shared a picture of herself just days after giving birth to baby Netha.
The star took to Instagram to share a picture of herself post-baby and she is positively glowing. Minnie posted a picture of herself in some natural lighting, wearing a little blue dress and absolutely rocking it.
Post-partum bodies look different for everyone and bodies can change after growing a whole human. So Minnie has embracing her motherhood and working on the body that delivered her son, Netha, is a major win.
Mzansi social media users were thoroughly impressed by her. Insta user thabile353 said:
"Any tips on how to get that belly back into shape because wow you look so amazing!"
"I’m so impressed by how you’re still keeping him to yourselves! "
"Congratulations guys on your new arrival."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that TV personality Minnie Dlamini is celebrating a number of wins lately.
The star recently became a mother and now she's venturing into taking care of her new "baby'. Minnie took to Instagram to share the details with her followers.
"I’m officially working on producing my first movie. Christmas really came early," said Minnie.
In the post, Minnie is working on a laptop showcasing the logo of Beautiful Day Productions, her production company.
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