The former ‘Apprentice’ star, who has a young daughter, says in her latest newspaper column for the Daily Star that she thinks it’s a good thing for women to see that celebrities have post-pregnancy bodies too, and not everyone can immediately shift baby weight.
“I celebrate the latest pictures of [Kerry Katona] because it just makes us all feel, well, a bit more human.
“The every day new parent isn’t hand-held down the idealistic yummy mummy path like the hordes of celebs with an endless supply of freebie personal trainers, meal deliveries and maternity nurses.”
Luisa goes on to hit out at celebrities who post photos of their newly toned bodies on Instagram just after giving birth.
She says: “Recently, Tamara Ecclestone – who has more prams than I’d like to shake a stick at and seemingly just pushes them round all day in different outfits posing for set-up pap pictures – recently hit back at Twitter trolls.
“The new mama said her trim figure was down to "breast feeding and looking after her daughter". *Cue eye roll* What a load of crap.
“While Danielle Lloyd, whose Instagram feed is inundated with images of semi-naked shots, sports a body that wouldn’t look out of place on a catwalk instead of a normal mother of three.”
Luisa has previously hit out at ‘TOWIE’ stars Lauren Goodger and Chloe Sims in her column, calling their faces “shocking” after having so much plastic surgery.
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