The fitness guru who just had another baby was accused on social media of Photoshopping a pic in which she was showing off her post-pregnancy body. But Hilaria Baldwin is not planning on taking the criticism without clapping back.
As you may be aware, the 34-year-old woman gave birth to her and hubby Alec Baldwin’s son Romeo no more than ten weeks ago and wanted to show her progress as far as getting back in shape is concerned.
After people slammed her for supposedly editing the pic, she posted a video and insisted that she is horrible with technology which would mean she shouldn’t be able to alter her appearance digitally even if she wanted.
The footage that showed the woman looking gorgeous in the same black lingerie she was wearing in the photo, was captioned: ‘For those who are saying that I photoshopped…how about this? If my ribs look funny, I apologize for that. I just had a large baby, so maybe they’re still expanded. I do not know…or maybe they’ll be like this forever. Whatever, I got a beautiful baby out of it, so I am fine with them.’
For those who are saying I photoshopped…how about this? If my ribs look funny, I apologize for them?. I just had a very large baby so maybe they are still expanded. I don’t know…or maybe they will be like this forever. Whatever, I got a beautiful baby out of it, so I’m fine with them. I’m the worst with technology anyway, so the idea of me altering an image is laughable. If you know me, I’m totally against all of that and have been an advocate for appearing natural. It’s a shame that people are so accustomed to fake, that they want to see it everywhere. I teach health because I want you to be happy and healthy. I believe life is both too long and too short to not be. I see the potential in everyone, and believe in my method and I want to help as many as possible. If you would like, take my hand in this quest for feeling good and treating your body well. If not, it is ok too…but don’t cheapen my message by saying silly things. Just move on to somewhere else.
Hilaria went on to explain that she’s always advocated for looking natural and feels sad to see that so many people are so used to ‘fake, that they want to see it everywhere.’
Finally, the mother of four concluded her post with a very positive message: ‘I teach health because I want you to be healthy and happy. I believe life’s both too long and too short to not be. I want to help as many as possible. If you’d like, take my hand in this quest for feeling good and treating your body well. If not, it’s ok too…but do not cheapen my message by saying silly things. Just move on to somewhere else.’